A broader lawsuit for damages and a request for documents regarding the cancellation of the team’s varsity status are still pending.
April 7, 2022
Stories from the April 7, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Jackson taught a federal sentencing seminar at GW Law during the 2011, 2012 and 2014 spring semesters.
From Sunday afternoon to Saturday evening, I was constantly moving 100 miles per hour to make sure that I met every deadline.
Every week taking photo assignments, I felt more in the loop with campus happenings and more appreciative of the vibrant GWU and greater D.C. community.
Despite graduating in the middle of strange times, I feel more prepared for what lies ahead in my career as a photographer because of my time at The Hatchet.
All of GW’s graduate programs were ranked in the top 100 in the country, according to US News and World Report rankings.
The Student Court will hear a case Sunday on the updated finance bylaws that allow the finance committee to sanction student organizations.
The GW Police Department barred 89 individuals from campus in 2021, a 58 percent drop from the number of notices issued in 2017.
Faculty senators will vote on a resolution to approve a set of shared governance recommendations Friday to send to the Board of Trustees.
The SBA Senate voted Tuesday to donate the remainder of their academic year funds to needs like emergency food and transportation