SA leaders opened an application Thursday for students to apply to the Student Advocacy Corps, a newly established group of student mentors.
October 1, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 10
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Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested a man at 2146 F St. NW Sunday for stealing a female student’s cell phone.
Taking prescription drugs to get an advantage over other students isn’t just unethical, it’s cheating – and the University should treat it as such.
More than 10 students said in interviews that they’ve opted to listen to records even as music streaming gains popularity.
GW’s six-year graduation rate for international students stood about 10 percent lower than at least 10 of its 12 peer institutions last academic year.
Officials will install a new 50-foot crosswalk between District House and Kogan Plaza over fall break, weather permitting.
Officials said changes to the code of conduct include adding more avenues to appeal a case’s outcome and removing fines from sanctions.
Fifty-one incidents of rape and fondling were reported on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses in 2017, more than double the number reported in 2015.
Student leaders created an online petition last week to support the Jackie Robinson Project, which officials plan to cut at the end of the academic year.
If officials intend to focus on internships, which are often seen as a pivotal part of the GW experience, they must focus on creating realistic solutions.