It is well within reason that the University provide the security students are promised to protect what we call home for a majority of the year.
December 10, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 18
Stories from the December 10, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The GW Police Department responded to a report of a student throwing water out of a District House window.
I know how nerve-wracking it can be to come out to family. I know how scary it can be to bring home a new partner. And I know how dangerous it can be.
Members of the Disabled Students Collective will launch training sessions next semester for student organizations that want to increase accessibility.
The Hatchet’s holiday guide has tips from the experts for baking holiday treats and a guide to gifts for every person on your list.
While racial and ethnic diversity remains a problem at GW, the lack of economic diversity exacerbates this disparity more so than at most institutions.
The Colonials graduated their top two performers – Cami Drouin-Allaire and Chelsea Raineri – in the past two seasons.
Alumni have gone on to start businesses in various fields, which makes turning to their businesses for holiday gifts easy.
A former student and men’s tennis player alleges in a 35-page complaint that his coaches and teammates discriminated against him.
Cissy Petty, the dean of the student experience, has spent a week in both West and Shenkman halls in an effort to learn more about students’ everyday lives.