Multiple female students reported a male student had committed sexual abuse and simple assault in various locations on and off campus.
November 1, 2021
Volume 118, Issue 14
Stories from the November 1, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Facilities issues have filled me with distrust in GW’s ability to maintain residence halls and communicate with students about residence hall conditions.
As GW prepares for an upcoming interim presidency, the timeline for the University’s next strategic plan remains up in the air.
Men’s and women’s basketball look to post winning records for the first time since the 2016-17 season and the 2017-18 season respectively.
Experts said extending the tenure clock will grant more time for faculty struggling with research delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The SA approved 17 percent of funding allocations that student organizations requested for the spring semester, according to financial documents.
The project, launched by the Loeb Institute for Religious Freedom, will map out countries facing religious oppression and persecution.
University spokesperson Crystal Nosal said GW’s “strong performance” in its endowment investments helped drive the $300 million increase last fiscal year.
Check out a glimpse at some highlights throughout the city as D.C. residents celebrate Halloween at festive events, performances and activities.
These courses would allow faculty to direct the efforts of students in concert with community organizations to apply academic work to service in the District.