Implying that the blue light system improves security on campus is misleading to prospective students and parents.
February 4, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 22
Stories from the February 4, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
We shouldn’t seek to make women more comfortable by separating them from men, and time has run out on accommodating for the men’s implicit biases.
A Student Association senator is trying to reignite the call to change the Colonials nickname with a panel discussion on the history of colonialism.
More history, language and literature courses on the ancient Near East and Egypt will count toward requirements for the classical studies major this fall.
A new student-run event will challenge students to create solutions for issues in the fashion industry this weekend.
Robin Bell, a former Corcoran School of the Arts and Design professor, is urging people to rethink the definition of “open” with a new exhibit at GW.
The SA Senate will debate a bill Monday proposing the addition of an anti-discrimination and harassment policy in the organization’s constitution.
The revisions to the law school’s legal research and writing program include a switch from an adjunct to a full-time staff and an increased credit requirement.
The District Department of Transportation is fixing three times the number of potholes in Ward 2 this year than it was a year ago, city officials said.
GW Housing conducted an administrative search of a student’s room that yielded drugs, drug paraphernalia, alcohol and a Panera Bread sign.