Upon arrival, University Police Department officers found that city police had already responded to the scene.
February 20, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 23
Stories from the February 20, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Next academic year, about 2,300 undergraduates who received the Perkins loan could have to seek alternate aid to attend GW.
Officials said the new process is designed to allow for a broad overview of a dean’s performance, giving all groups involved an outlet to comment.
Both men’s and women’s track and field finished in last place of the Atlantic 10 Indoor Track Championships in Kingston, R.I. last weekend.
In interviews, 10 graduate students said the University allocates more resources to combating undergraduate food insecurity – leaving graduates behind.
Lion Dancers celebrate the Year of the Dog at the Chinese New Year Parade in Chinatown Sunday, hosted by the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association.
Listen to Hatchet editors discuss University research, fundraising strategies and your older classmates.
Officials plan to create a task force to examine ways of addressing concerns about grants applications and experiments.
Experts said mandatory diversity training is a step to open up the conversation about inclusion, but larger steps are needed.
Last week, officials unveiled “GW Global,” a website condensing the University’s international resources and projects into one webpage.