As a student in the United States, I never gave much thought to academic freedom because mine was never in danger of being suppressed.
December 3, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 17
Stories from the December 3, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A GWPD officer noticed that a bag of chips was stolen from a partially open vending machine on the fifth floor of the Media and Public Affairs building.
Shirking responsibility or embarrassing students for asking questions must never be tolerated in the classroom.
On this week’s episode, listen to The Hatchet’s news team discuss a new report about food insecurity on campus and more.
By running 24-hour study facilities, like Gelman Library, for students, GW is inadvertently endorsing unhealthy study behavior.
The University launched a search last month for the next dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Hunger on our campus has been a silent, isolating student experience for many years, and it’s time for GW to be an outspoken leader on this issue.
The Colonials are riding their longest losing streak since 2015 and have dropped to a No. 14 ranking.
Officials plan to install vending machines on the Mount Vernon Campus over winter break. The kiosks will feature items like toiletries and medicine.
Officials recently unveiled plans for a new 10-story residence hall that will likely be completed by fall 2022.