This week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” takes a deep dive into the administration’s structure for fundraising and alumni relations.
“Getting to the Bottom of It” talks with one senior news editor about what you may have missed at last week’s Faculty Senate meeting.
Administrators said GW’s Handshake activation rate was the highest of its market basket schools, clocking in at more than 80 percent.
A College Democrats member talks about why he stepped down from the e-board after some leaders helped to omit votes during an election.
On this week’s episode, metro editor Lia Degroot has the inside scoop on newest dining vendor coming to campus and how students can give feedback about their dining experience.
The University logged a roughly 70 percent decrease in net investment income as scholarships grew by about 5 percent, according to financial disclosures.
On this week’s episode, senior news editor Parth Kotak discusses the newest details on Provost Forrest Maltzman’s replacement.
On this week’s episode, sophomore Will Hoadley-Brill stops by to discuss a petition he launched to save three advanced Spanish language courses.
The history department chair discusses concerns that officials’ plan to grow the proportion of STEM majors will lead to decreased funds in non-STEM departments.
Officials developed an aspirational statement and values, oversaw four work teams and created a service ambassador team to lead training sessions this fall.