I cannot believe the constant whining and crying I hear about education and the experience here at GW. Am I the only student on campus who actually enjoys being at this school? In a recent Hatchet article (Students say they are dissatisfied with GW, Feb. 14), it was noted that a recent survey conducted by […]
February 17, 2000
Volume 96, Issue 43
Stories from the February 17, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.
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After winning a prestigious award in the field of sports medicine, senior Neil Badlani commented on the location of the conference at which he will receive recognition: I’d really like to go to the conference.I’m really glad it’s held in Idaho and not someplace like California or Florida.
When the weather dips below freezing and the wind is whipping around the buildings, all you want to do is stay inside. But you can’t stay inside forever. So why not celebrate the cold with a little ice skating. Rinks around the area allow anyone a chance, from the novice to the Tara Lipniski, to […]
Tuition will increase 4.5 percent next year, which comes as little surprise. The good news is that GW plans to put the money toward improving academics and augmenting financial aid. While the tuition increase might appear high, it is the lowest for the University in more than a decade, and it is on pace with […]
GW students will see a modest rise in tuition for the next academic year after the Board of Trustees reaffirmed the lowest tuition increase in 12 years last week. The 4.5 percent tuition increase will raise more than $19 million in additional revenue, while the 2001 budget will increase expenses by $26 million, said GW […]
The Columbian School of Arts and Sciences announced more flexible core curriculum requirements, a welcome change for students who felt constricted by the old standards. For the first time in more than a decade, the curriculum will change, allowing – in most cases – students more options in fulfilling CSAS requirements. Students will be able […]
The Columbian School of Arts and Sciences established a new set of curriculum requirements for the fall 2000 semester, a move that will provide students increased flexibility in class choices, CSAS administrators said. Students will be able to choose from higher-level courses, instead of all introductory courses, to fulfill basic requirements. They will not be […]
Quantitative and Logical Reasoning – two courses (6 hours) Students must take two courses from the fields of mathematics, logic and statistics. Math 31 alone will no longer fulfill the requirement. Creative and Performing Arts (3 hours) Courses in performance/production but not appreciation are needed to fulfill this requirement. Foreign Languages and Cultures – two […]