All three of sailing’s disciplines qualified for the Inter-collegiate Sailing Association National Championships for the first time in program history.
May 21, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 3
Stories from the May 21, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Growing up queer and Jewish in New Hampshire is different than growing up with these attributes in a diverse city like D.C.
Four years ago, the track and field program made its debut and a crop of 13 freshmen paved the way as the program’s first recruiting class.
The number of students using an anonymous mental health hotline leaped to 40 users since its launch last academic year.
Trustees approved a more than $1 billion operating budget for the third consecutive year to fund LeBlanc’s main priorities.
A male student reported to GWPD that his bedroom had been vandalized with soy sauce and two shirts were missing from his closet.
While new Title IX policies are a step in the right direction, there is still room for improvement and GW needs to make updates to protect students.
The Board of Trustees approved a $315 million financial aid budget for undergraduate and graduate students Friday – about $18 million more than last year.
Officials and experts said building up reserves could increase GW’s credit rating and overall financial stability.
The University’s chief academic officer is encouraging departments to cut the average faculty contract from five years to three years.