Law school officials made updates to several courses this semester to give students more opportunities to gain real-world experience in the legal field.
September 23, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 9
Stories from the September 23, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW ranks in the top quarter of D.C. neighborhoods for the most sidewalk obstructions, according to a Greater Greater Washington analysis.
LeBlanc joined three D.C. university presidents in advocating for D.C. statehood ahead of a congressional hearing on the issue.
The Colonials rank No. 1 in the A-10 in shots on goal (85) and in shots on goal per game with 10.63.
GW hammered just three of its 16 shots on goal, while Rhode Island launched eight of its 13 shots on goal.
GW ranked lower than more than half of its peer schools in graduating low-income students, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Officials plan to enroll 17.3 percent fewer students from last year as part of a multiple-year plan to reduce enrollment.
Student leaders are doubling down on efforts to change the University’s Colonials nickname.
Five senators have resigned from the SA since August, leaving the organization with 14 vacant seats.
Fifteen faculty members are challenging a Trump administration rule that denies green cards to immigrants deemed likely to use public health benefits.