Five buildings on campus could have lead pipes, according to D.C. Water’s water quality map.
November 11, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 15
Stories from the November 11, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
“Getting to the Bottom of It” talks with one senior news editor about what you may have missed at last week’s Faculty Senate meeting.
So long as administrators continue fostering school spirit and repairing the alumni relations office, they may soon see payoff in years to come.
The anti-Semitic video that went viral last week is a reminder that students still face anti-Semitism today.
Administrators said Talent@GW will boast three new modules involving recruitment, onboarding and development by the end of next year.
The president announced at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that trustees will postpone the final vote on the next strategic plan to their retreat next summer.
Vice Provost Christopher Bracey said 17 faculty saw their base compensation increase this month as a result of the salary equity committee’s efforts.
A professor of environmental and occupational health produced a film exploring the environmental and social effects of a hydroelectric dam in the Amazon.
Students receiving federal aid can now scooter around the District for free using new Skip, Bird, Lime, Jump, Bolt and Lyft deals.
Officials opened new pre-health and pre-law advising offices on the Mount Vernon Campus earlier this semester.