Michael King, who served the chemistry department for more than 20 years as chair, will retire at the end of the academic year.
January 13, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 18
Stories from the January 13, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
In 2019, GWPD officers received 173 calls from on-campus blue light stations, of which officers made contact with the caller nine times.
Freshman forward Jamison Battle said the team has the vigor to win games, but its biggest issue lies in tightening up its play.
The frontcourt has thrived offensively in Rizzotti’s system, amassing 38.1 points per game against A-10 competition.
Ward 2 logged zero homicides in 2019, but the counts fluctuated from three killings in Ward 3 to 63 in Ward 8.
Traffic accidents on and near campus have decreased by nearly 15 percent over the past four years, according to District Department of Transportation data.
The conference is themed “We’re Still Here” to highlight the ramifications of anti-LGBTQ public health policies.
Forcing students to spend more money to live on campus is disadvantageous to students who cannot afford high rates.
The hosts said “Food for Talk” is a way to unite people beyond common interests and perspectives through food.
The solution to CCAS’ problems is not scaling back. Paying more attention to CCAS can help the school gain credibility and catch up with other GW schools.