Crowds both in favor of and protesting same-sex marriage wait across the street from the Supreme Court. People hold homemade signs advocating same-sex marriage and wave rainbow flags while waiting for the decisions. A supporter of same-sex marriage holds up a closet door converted into a sign, playing off of the term “coming out of […]
Relive the 2012-13 school year at GW through some of the Hatchet’s favorite photos. Freshmen Mike Massaroli, of Staten Island, N.Y., and Hayley Robinson embrace September 11 during a vigil held in University Yard to honor those who died in the Sept. 11 tragedy. His father, who worked on the 104th floor of the North […]
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Best-selling hip-hop artist Rihanna played at the Verizon Center Sunday.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science has doubled its endowment to $19.2 million over the last four years, helping to pay for a flood of new faculty, scholarships and a pricey new building. As the University hypes up a new era for the engineering program, big goals and big investments seem to be paying […]
She was named one of the most influential women in Spain, but Isabel Linares still wants to learn how to become a better business leader. Linares and 14 others came to campus for the first time Thursday for the GW School of Business’ “On the Board” fellowship program, which offers intensive training sessions in corporate […]
Correction appended Graduate enrollment in the computer science department has escalated 48 percent over the last four years, leveraging perfect job placement rates and the field’s rising profile. The groundswell expanded the department from 284 to 420 students since 2009, popping up degree programs in cybersecurity, revitalizing international recruitment efforts and hiring 10 new professors. […]
With bass pounding and colored lights flashing throughout the Smith Center, hundreds of students crowded Spring Fling Sunday evening to hear the rising rap star Childish Gambino. After students spent hours in the sun at Guthridge Park mobbing tables of free tank tops, jumping in a bounce house and snapping up free swag from sponsors, […]
The University’s refashioned student life arm has developed broad themes to steer programming for its four class-year-focused teams over the next semester. Since the launch of the student services umbrella organization last fall, the Center for Student Engagement’s four teams spent months gauging the needs of their specific populations – freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors, […]
More than 150 Korean War veterans will fly Saturday from Alabama to D.C. to see the monument dedicated to their military service for the first time. Graduate student Stefan Celuch spent about seven months organizing this day-long trip, raising $100,000 to fly 180 veterans and volunteer assistants to see the Korean War Veterans Memorial on […]