An unlawful entry in Fulbright Hall earlier this month sparked security concerns among the building’s residents.
September 30, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 10
This is Issue 10 of Volume 116 of The GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Three students have capitalized on the chance to develop large social media followings and push for social change.
After enrollment in a student-run locally sourced food subscription program spiked to a record high this spring, involvement fell this fall.
A local governing body exceeded its 2019 budget by thousands of dollars to pay for legal fees and pedestrian safety studies for projects on and around campus.
Rowers have their eyes transfixed on the NCAA Division I Rowing Championship, a feat the program has only achieved once in 1998.
More than 10 liberal arts faculty said the increase in the proportion of STEM majors could cause a “radical” shift in funding to non-STEM departments.
Officials developed an aspirational statement and values, oversaw four work teams and created a service ambassador team to lead training sessions this fall.
MPD officers disproportionately stopped black individuals in the area where GW is located over a four-week period at the end of the summer.
It may still feel like summer, but Sept. 21 marked the beginning of autumn. Ring in the season with fall flavors from the District’s dessert hubs.
Men’s tennis relied on its experienced roster ahead of its first competition at the Joe Hunt Invitational this weekend.