News

D.C. Council allocates $200,000 for new West End Library collection

by Robin Eberhardt | News Editor

The new library – set to open next spring – will have an additional $200,000 for a state-of-the-art opening collection.

Nursing school hires for eleven positions as school grows

by Lillianna Byington | Contributing News Editor

The School of Nursing is currently hiring for 11 faculty positions but experts in the nursing education field said it can take months to make those hires.

Officials dissolve parent services office in student affairs division shuffle

by Andrew Goudsward | Assistant News Editor

Officials are placing parent services, Colonial Inauguration and the CARE Network in one department.

Crime log

by Liz Provencher | Hatchet Staff Writer

Corcoran faculty, students call for more transparency after layoffs

by Sera Royal | Assistant News Editor

After GW laid off 10 Corcoran faculty members last month, faculty and students said the cuts could impact the Corcoran's legacy in arts education.

Staff eliminations could rock remaining employees, experts say

by Avery Anapol | Assistant News Editor

After GW’s latest round of staff layoffs, experts said cutting of so many positions could have a negative lasting impact remaining employees’ morale.

Faculty, staff attend University-wide diversity training

by Catherine Moran | Hatchet Staff Writer

GW's diversity office held a diversity summit May 25 for faculty and staff to address diversity at GW and support for a diverse student body.

SMPA halfway to fundraising goal for internship, mentoring program

by Lillianna Byington | Contributing News Editor

The School of Media and Public Affairs has raised more than half of its fundraising goal for the SMPA Career Access Network.

City officials consider adding bike, bus lanes on Pennsylvania Avenue

by Liz Provencher | Hatchet Staff Writer

The Downtown West Transportation Planning Study began in April and will continue throughout the next year.

Knapp's compensation rises seven percent

by Avery Anapol | Assistant News Editor

University President Steven Knapp’s compensation reached nearly $1.2 million last fiscal year, a 7 percent increase from the year before.