Professor Michael Shanahan’s Washington Reporting class incorporates interviewing a congressman, listening to a congressional hearing and visiting the House Press Gallery on Capitol Hill in its curriculum. Professor Robert Shepherd’s Honors Sociocultural Anthropology course requires students to do social science fieldwork at various Smithsonian museums. One of the lures of GW’s downtown D.C. location is […]
June 15, 2005
Volume 102, Issue 3
Stories from the June 15, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Starting off in college is comparable to having a hangover: it’s a little rough at first, but you hope it was all worth it. However, to make sure you are ready to handle it, I have compiled a few key terms and issues to make sure you’re up to speed from day one. First, there […]
Four years fly – it might be enough time to earn a degree, but it’s not enough time for many students to accomplish everything they want to at school. But these four students, who were all freshmen last year, know how to take advantage of their time at GW. In just one year, these rising […]