Student affairs balances budget cuts with staff morale, student services

Student affairs is handling budget cuts by trimming down the amount they spend on travel and consolidating positions in the office.

International Services Office curbs walk-in advising hours

The International Services Office is currently reorganizing staff and has temporarily cut walk-in appointments.

Alumni Association pilots one-on-one outreach

The Alumni Association is piloting a new outreach system this month to increase alumni engagement in a more systematic way.

Fundraising campaign to hit $1 billion goal one year early

Officials plan for the largest fundraising campaign in University history to reach its $1 billion goal a year ahead of schedule.

Report: More women in engineering, computer science at GW

GW was listed as one of the top universities with the most women gaining degrees in engineering and computer science.

Fall research funding reaches record high

Researchers received more than $88.3 million in funding over the past three months – a 135 percent increase from this time last year.

New course to help faculty teach online classes

Online learning leaders want faculty to get better at teaching online courses.

String of laptop thefts reported on campus

Laptop thefts, which have been in both residence halls and academic buildings, all remain unsolved.

SMHS educates students on LGBT care

SMHS is one of the only schools to incorporate a transgender session in their curriculum and recently created a transgender committee to improve care for transgender individuals.

Alyssa Bogosian | Hatchet Staff Photographer

Haitian student group finds ways to aid country after Hurricane Matthew

Haitian students and members of GWU Haiti said that after the tragedy, they knew they had to find ways to help the country and support one another.

Faculty see teaching opportunities in new African American history museum

Students and professors of any discipline can use the new African American museum in their studies focused on African American history and culture.

FoBoGro space trades sandwiches for sushi

Your go-to sandwich spot in the basement of FoBoGro is serving up sandwiches no longer. In its place is Rolls By U, a sushi burrito shop.

Sydney Erhardt: Releasing admissions data would make GW more transparent

If GW released its anonymous admissions data in full, it would be a valuable step toward transparency in light of its “data-gate” scandals in the past.

Jose Torres: MSSC diversity talks should include political topics

If the MSSC wants to develop a more inclusive campus community , officials should add sessions that address political diversity.

Staff editorial: Humanities courses add value to our educations

Regardless of a student’s academic path, taking humanities courses expands a student’s mind and perspective.

Arianne Noorestani: Classroom environments affect students' success

Officials might overlook just how important the classroom environment is – but windowless classrooms with chipping paint are a hindrance to learning.

Andrew Goodman | Senior Staff Photographer

Men's soccer aims to sustain offensive momentum through season's end

After opening A-10 play with a three-game slump, men's soccer's offense has found a second wind down the stretch.

Sidelined swimmer creates career mentoring program for student athletes

Senior swimmer Carly Whitmer has established a career services mentoring program for other student-athletes to help them pursue their professional goals.

First female athletics hall of famer remembered as women's sports 'foremother'

GW’s first-ever director of women’s athletics, Lynn George, died on Oct. 1. She was 89 years old.

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