A University spokeswoman said officials will have updates to share about the search for a new Vern Express provider “in the coming weeks.”
March 22, 2018
Stories from the March 22, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Eighteen student groups applied earlier this month to fill 14 affinities in District House next year – more than ever before.
The number of female and minority tenured and tenure-track professors has remained stagnant since 2013, despite a University focus to increase diversity.
Two professors found that Latino parents are experiencing greater anxiety about deportation and family separation under the Trump administration.
A new course and conference this spring will study the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence and how it sparked the ongoing conflict with Palestinians.
A group of seven public health professors are conducting a high-profile examination into the true death toll in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria.
The 48-page report researched the costs of 11 everyday tasks, including printing, laundry and transcripts.
Men’s swimming and diving senior Gustav Hokfelt will compete in three races of the NCAA Championship in Minneapolis this week.
With some realistic renovations and relocation of items, Gelman Library can be more efficiently designed to cater to different students’ needs.
All professors should give students the opportunity – at least once during the semester – to choose the subject matter of an assignment.