Hear the little girl who says shes doesn’t understand, pay attention to the boy who can’t sit still and learn how to help them, because everyone learns differently.
March 5, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 25
Stories from the March 5, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Admission decisions have begun to roll out, but the GW experience will not be a good fit for every single student the University accepts.
The next time you see a Canada Goose or National Rifle Association laptop sticker, look again – it may be a student’s satirical artwork.
Admissions experts said political activism could actually be a positive for students trying to land a coveted spot in top universities.
GW’s new eco-friendly investment fund could set a standard for social responsibility, but experts say its overall financial impact will likely be negligible.
A major Polish television network is partnering with the School of Media and Public Affairs to research “newsroom standards and procedures.”
A female staff member reported that an unknown male employee harassed her multiple times on the Virginia Science and Technology Campus shuttle.
The University’s top security official said police and faculty are regularly trained about how to react in the event of a campus shooting.
The Faculty Senate voted to adopt a revised resolution to subject online programs to the same reviews as traditional ones.
After a nine-year tenure, Leo Chalupa will step away from his role as officials evaluate the future of the research office.