Alumni surpassed an anonymous donor's challenge to give 9,000 donations by the end of the year, securing a gift to a financial aid fund.
Monday, January 10, 2011
Though today marks the official start of the spring semester, some students are starting their new courses without knowing their grades for the fall semester.
Inconsistencies on both ends of the court have plagued the Colonials throughout the season. The team needs to solve these problems in order to improve from last year's performance.
The University's top two student leaders intend to spend the spring semester focusing on improving Gelman Library and other areas of mass student concern.
According to the 2010 Census, college students have helped bump up The District's population to over 600,000 people.
The holidays, and college itself, seem to make what is already bad about breaking up even worse.
The GW Early College Program, with the School Without Walls, offers the opportunity for high school juniors to take college classes with waived GW tuition.
Makwei Mabioor Deng was able to publish his book "Lets Learn Dinka" after coming to GW and through it, hopes to bring about change in his native country of Sudan.
Josh Levin, owner of the recently opened West End Cinema, spoke to The Hatchet about its success and plans for the future.
The Presidential Administrative Fellowship is limited in scope and racked with favoritism. If the need to hire seniors is so great, GW should make it a school-wide emphasis.
President Barack Obama nominated a GW Law School professor last month to lead the Office of Special Counsel for his administration.
Diana Henriques, investigative financial reporter for the New York Times and GW alumna, is seeking to unravel the story of one of the financial world's greatest villains: Bernie Madoff.
Students seeking help from the University Counseling Center will now complete an initial consultation over the phone, a UCC policy change intended to help meet student needs in less time.
GW's graduation rate rose 6 percentage points between 2003 and 2008, bringing the rate above 80 percent.
Inspired by one man's life of service, more than 500 GW students, faculty and staff plan to participate in this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service next week.
The Metropolitan Police Department will step up enforcement near the Foggy Bottom Metro this month after an increase in assaults over the past few months.
Former DNC chair and presidential hopeful Howard Dean and prominent conservative activist Liz Cheney will square-off during a wide-ranging discussion of current affairs and politics Feb. 1.
There is some scientific evidence to support the difference between the actions of women and men. The answer came by the name of oxytocin.
A majority of GW students are uninformed about how to report or seek help following cases of sexual assault, according to a survey released last month.
GW has begun to show signs of progress since its fall to Navy in the BB&T Classic, with a win against Saint Joseph's this past Saturday.
Newly inaugurated Mayor Vincent Gray said he is open to nixing city-imposed student and employee population caps at D.C. universities
GW's squared off against Saint Joseph's this past Saturday, advancing to 2-0 in its second game in the Atlantic 10.
The Colonials dropped their sixth-straight game to Richmond Saturday, falling 68-55. GW (5-10, 0-1 Atlantic 10) faltered in the second half after coming out strong in the first.
The number of students charged with academic dishonesty is falling, mirroring a trend over the past four years.
Metro is facing harsh criticism from riders after implementing a controversial bag inspection measure in December to beef up security.
GW has concluded its hazing investigations into five Greek-life chapters, and is in the process of determining whether any violations of the Student Code of Conduct occurred.
A new study by a team of GW researchers refutes theories that Neanderthals' demise resulted from a primitive, meat-dependent lifestyle.
Leading up to his inauguration and a little more than one week into his tenure as mayor, Gray has shown that his ties to his alma mater run deep.
After dropping dramatically in 2009 from the year prior, GW's early decision 1 acceptance rate remained steady this year.