Jordan West, the inaugural diversity and inclusion education director, said she has facilitated hundreds of conversations about biases since entering her role.
January 28, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 21
Stories from the January 28, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Students in the Elliott School of International Affairs will now have the opportunity to pursue a Bachelor of Science in international affairs.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team talks about senior administrators stepping down and the launch of a new ethics office.
Over the past three fiscal years, donations to the University through an online platform have increased by 56 percent to $2.6 million.
Executive Vice President and Treasurer Mark Diaz announced three new hires last week in a small overhaul of GW’s financial divisions.
College Democrats will not support any presidential candidate until there is an official nominee at the Democratic National Convention next July.
Sorority members held bid day on campus for the second year in a row after poor lighting and safety concerns prevented them from using the National Mall.
The outgoing top fundraising official and alumni coordinator tried to better connect graduates during his short tenure at GW, alumni leaders said.
The women’s squad hosted No. 12 Cornell Friday before both teams faced off against Yale and Columbia on Saturday and Sunday.
The University announced it will establish a new ethics office Feb. 1, catching GW up to its eight peer schools that also feature such offices.