Two key Democratic lawmakers are promoting a bill to cut the interest rates for student loans in half in response to large budget cuts made to student aid earlier this year. The “Reverse the Raid on Student Aid Act,” introduced Apr. 13 by Rep. George Miller and Sen. Dick Durbin, would lower interest rates on […]
April 17, 2006
Volume 102, Issue 57
Stories from the April 17, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Monday Afghan Aid 2006 Come enjoy free hookah and henna tattoos on the quad while learning how you can help the Afghan Widows and Orphans Fund. 1 to 5 p.m. University Yard Sponsored by the Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Service Sorority and the Afghan Student Organization REAL Conversations: White Privilege What is it? Does it […]
SMPA mulls director candidates School of Media and Public Affairs faculty members will meet Tuesday night to discuss recommendations from University officials who have met the final four candidates for the school’s next permanent director. While Columbian College Dean William Frawley said last month that he hopes to have the process complete by the end […]
A few dozen people evacuated Duques Hall early Friday afternoon when fumes from a mechanical room crept into classrooms, causing some students to feel lightheaded and two to receive treatment from EMeRG. Around 1:20 p.m. Friday, a few students in a psychology class on the first floor told their professor they felt faint and dizzy. […]
A professor is teaming up with Johns Hopkins University and Tulane University in a five-year initiative to improve public health education in East Africa. The initiative aims to jumpstart the health system in Africa by improving public health education programs in order to produce qualified and experienced public health officials. School of Public Policy and […]