Each year, graduating editors are given 30 final column inches – “30” was historically used to signify the end of a story – to reflect on their time at The Hatchet. They call me a slayer. And by they, I mostly mean Doug. I don’t remember when my nickname arose, but it’s had incredible sticking […]
The University’s first enrollment management leader will develop a broad strategy for admissions and financial aid that will highlight GW’s climbing academic reputation while ensuring compliance with a city-imposed student population cap. Announced April 20 as part of a shuffling of roles across Student and Academic Support Services and the provost’s office, the post will […]
When fewer than 100 ballots can mean the difference between a win and a loss, candidates for the Student Association’s top spots recognize the power of voting blocs. In the last five Student Association races, winning candidates have garnered support from key graduate student groups like the Student Bar Association, the College Republicans, the College […]
Students and faculty in the GSPM did not agree on much during the 18-month search for a new director. But now they’ve come to a consensus: The struggle was worth it.
The University announced Thursday it received an $8 million donation – the largest gift so far this fiscal year – toward the creation of the first permanent home for the archives of a former British prime minister. The Chicago-based Churchill Centre will fund the first-ever library in the U.S. dedicated to preserving the legacy of […]
The Graduate School of Political Management has selected a former three-term congressman as its next leader, ending an 18-month search marked with debate. Mark Kennedy, a politician, businessman and academic, will take the helm of the program for applied politics Jan. 23 in the culmination of a drawn-out hunt that shook up the leadership surrounding […]
Colleges and universities nationwide are contemplating new ways to track the success of students.
The University’s 10 schools will reexamine their governance policies over the next year as they seek to centralize documents and create a process to review them more regularly.
Administrators are doubling efforts to educate the growing Greek community about hazing after a higher-than-usual number of investigations has dogged the community over the last three years. The Center for Student Engagement intensified activities during National Hazing Prevention Week in September and held a symposium in October for the entire Greek community that laid out […]
A chief fundraiser for the University of Maryland will assume a newly-combined post in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences designed to raise funds for the program as it settles into a reshuffled leadership structure for the overarching Medical Center. As associate dean for the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and associate vice […]