Members will review fraternities’ governing documents to identify areas where chapters can bolster diversity and inclusion efforts.
September 5, 2019
Stories from the September 5, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Limiting postering to pillars and bulletin boards will hinder student organizations’ outreach to students around campus.
The University has conflated the roles of RAs and GWPD, forcing RAs to do the work of GWPD, which harms students.
When you think of cheese and dessert, you might come up with cheesecakes, but this dish mixes cheese with dessert in a new way.
Officials are spending $15,000 per month to retain a lobbyist for the construction of a hospital east of the Anacostia river.
After back-to-back Mid-Atlantic Conference Championships, men’s water polo returns to the pool with a bullseye on its back.
The Colonials are set to defend the Smith Center nine times in conference play and will be on the road for the rest of the team’s 18-game A-10 slate.
The SA will appear in Student Court in the coming weeks after an SA senator accused the body of unfairly representing graduate students.
Enjoy a picnic in the park on Friday in Farragut Square, then learn something new at the opening of the Kennedy Center’s REACH Festival on Saturday.
New research suggests that mild content moderation on social media sites may encourage a broader and more diverse discourse than sites with no moderation.