A suspect threw a tray at a female victim as she and another witness were “rounding on” the suspect, according to an MPD report.
March 1, 2021
Volume 117, Issue 23
Stories from the March 1, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Officials assigned officers from Allied Universal Security to front desks in residence halls to continue monitoring building access.
Milken has begun accepting applications for two new doctoral programs in global public health sciences and health and biomedical data science.
IFC leaders said the decrease allowed existing members to focus on building stronger connections with participants through online events.
Sophomores said they have had difficulty staying connected with the friend groups they had been building freshman year.
The medical school debuted a program last month to increase trust in the newly released COVID-19 vaccine.
We cannot continue to allow climate deniers publishing deregulatory work under our university’s name.
GW’s plan to phase out single-use plastics is a good first step, but it fails to answer a key question: By when will this take effect?
Officers increased patrols near campus following a pair of violent robberies at 7-Eleven last month.
A former candidate for SA president is running again to increase representation for marginalized groups and build relationships between the SA and students.