Faculty said University President Thomas LeBlanc has used his science background and experience at a peer school to set himself apart from his predecessors.
May 14, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 2
Stories from the May 14, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Board of Trustees will consider a 5 percent increase to employee health care benefits at its May meeting Friday.
News editors update us on the University’s proposed updates to Title IX policies and students’ concerns about undergraduate research for social sciences.
No one on a roughly 2,000-student waitlist will receive an acceptance letter for the Class of 2022.
As the University looks to be more inclusive, it needs to determine all the ways it might make students of certain groups feel uncomfortable.
Faculty said giving more information about their classes could push students and faculty toward academic success.
In interviews, more than 15 graduating seniors and alumni said pursuing a graduate education allows them to study specific areas of their undergraduate majors.
Students who apply to the Milken Institute School of Public Health will soon be able to declare their public health major.
Under the new policies, a single official will handle sexual misconduct investigations, and all faculty will be mandated to report harassment to the Title IX office.