Inviting members of the Trump administration to campus puts a stamp of approval on that person, so GW should carefully consider that.
August 27, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 5
Stories from the August 27, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
While students were at home or on vacation, multiple incidents of theft, assault and unlawful entry still occurred on GW’s campus.
The closure of a federal Title IX investigation could mean a series of policy changes for GW’s disciplinary offices, experts said.
Experts said the policy changes will have a minimal impact on most schools, but will nonetheless change the way GW deals with its best players.
The SA’s major sustainability project this year will be the launch of a food cooperative, a student-led sustainable market and cafe.
Spending the school year in D.C. gives you plenty of free time, so you can skip the slate of Smithsonian museums and visit exhibits off the beaten path.
Families took a break from move-in Saturday at two new family welcome centers – the first steps of a renewed push to prioritize the student experience.
Whether you’re an incoming freshman or a senior, everyone needs a refresher on which bars and clubs are most appropriate for your age.
Coaches from half of the fall sports programs have been with their teams for no more than two years.
Before classes begin, get caught up on news from Foggy Bottom that you may have scrolled past this summer.