The Strategic Campus and Facilities Master Plan, which will be approved in June, will establish “guiding principles” for GW’s physical spaces.
Three people stole more than a dozen types of moisturizer from CVS Friday afternoon, according to a report from the Metropolitan Police Department.
Four of the six candidates fighting for Ward 2’s D.C. Council seat convened in Gelman Library Thursday evening for their second debate.
Officials are continuing to update the University’s websites to a standardized format six years after its debut.
A local governing body passed a record number of 72 resolutions this year – the most since at least 2014.
Student Association leaders are looking to overhaul the SA constitution this spring to address vague or conflicting language in the organization’s rules and responsibilities.
The models show a clear trade-off between diversity, revenue and the academic profile of incoming classes, documents obtained by The Hatchet reveal.
Independent Alumni Association of GW President Martin Baum said the funding will help the group “leave a legacy” after the group dissolves.
Student leaders in People for Periods will now stock bathrooms in Duques Hall and Eckles Library with free sanitary products.
Members of Take Back the Tap protested the removal of sustainability from the new strategic plan at an event Tuesday.