A U.S. District Court judge denied the University’s motion to dismiss a pay discrimination lawsuit, allowing the case to move forward in court.
May 13, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 2
Stories from the May 13, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
After weather conditions forced a cancellation of the deciding game against Fordham Sunday afternoon, Fordham and GW were declared co-champions.
Students should take a step back from U.S. politics and pay attention to elections around the world.
Officials must include more students in the search committee to ensure that the next provost will adequately represent both students and faculty.
Almost a third of the Class of 2018 found a job after graduation that paid more than $60,000, according to an annual survey released Monday.
Business school officials said the first season of its new speaker series, which will continue next fall, boosted the school’s reputation.
Faculty and graduate students in the psychology department said officials should relocate the department because their building is uninhabitable.
Public health school officials will hire a permanent Food Policy Institute director this fall after the institute’s monthslong “holding pattern.”
Officials said one complaint was withdrawn, and the University was not notified about the status of the other unlisted complaint.
After one academic year as vice president for research, Robert Miller said he has taken steps to enhance GW’s reputation as a research institution.