On this week’s episode, “Getting to the Bottom of It” talks with health and sciences editor Shannon Mallard about the slow decline in sorority recruitment numbers over at least the past 10 years. “Getting to the Bottom of It” is hosted by Meredith Roaten and features culture editor Sidney Lee. This podcast is produced by […]
February 3, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 21
Stories from the February 3, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The interim reports mark the midpoint of the strategic planning process, which will wrap up in June with a Board of Trustees vote.
Less than 350 students participated in formal sorority recruitment this spring, the lowest number in recent memory.
Celebrity chef and philanthropist José Andrés said he drew from his experience as a chef and humanitarian to revamp his course covering food and sustainability, offered for the second time last semester.
The Billikens shoot 33.6 percent from deep on the season. But Saint Louis drained 56.3 percent of its attempts from beyond the arc on 9-of-16 shooting against GW.
If CCAS wants to improve its advising, they have to make specialized advisers available to students.
LeBlanc’s comments show an inability to understand and empathize with minority students on campus who might not feel comfortable on a majority white campus.
The District will host dozens of events throughout February, each touching on a different element of African American culture.
Mitchell, West and Guthridge halls will house only freshmen throughout the two-year Thurston Hall renovations, officials said.
Student voter participation jumped about 25 percentage points between the 2014 and 2018 midterm elections, according to a Tufts University report.