Officials said the University will align its quality, support and recruitment of postdocs with national standards starting Jan. 1, according to a release
September 30, 2021
Stories from the September 30, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
For a university located in one of the country’s biggest deaf cities, GW lacks basic respect and decency toward its deaf and hard of hearing students.
The University has risen seven spots in the past two years to No. 63, equaling the ranking it held in 2018.
More than 30 Milken professionals signed a brief in support of abortion rights for a Supreme Court case on a Mississippi law.
Officials said they are “monitoring” the impact of a potential government shutdown on commencement ceremonies at the National Mall Saturday.
As Hispanic Heritage Month approaches its midway mark, take some time to immerse yourself in events around the city highlighting food, poetry and art.
The 10 current and former officers are suing the department for $100 million, saying MPD failed to address incidents of sexual harassment.
Meghan Chapple, the Office of Sustainability’s former director, stepped down following nearly 12 years at the University.
The Colonials defeated the Spiders in a 3–1 victory at home Sunday afternoon, ending a seven-game losing streak.
Professors said public administration officials could find inclusive ways to research and instruct on equity when addressing racial justice.