GW is facing four charges for unfair labor practices directed at the University Police Department, filed by officers who say the department’s leaders targeted them for engaging in union activities. The charges, filed through the National Labor Relations Board – a body that investigates allegations that employers violated laws – were filed from March to […]
June 13, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 3
Stories from the June 13, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The D.C. Metro map, a long-standing emblem for the region, will get a facelift this fall to reflect the split of blue line trains and the addition of a new line that will take riders to Dulles Airport. Metro officials tapped Lance Wyman, one of the original designers of the map in 1976, to lead […]
Summertime in the district welcomes not only the migration of summer interns and swamp-like humidity but the season also coincides with amazing outdoor eating venues that have been previously shuttered or unused because of the winter chills. Tabaq Tabaq, located at the U Street Corridor, is a unique Mediterranean restaurant specializing in small plates, a […]
GW is changing tenure requirements for professors, a decision the University’s top academic administrator attributed to a school-wide demand for a higher caliber of faculty. Provost Steven Lerman said each new tenure application must include five external letters of recommendation, an increase from the previous requirement of two. Beyond the letters, Lerman was unable to […]
The University is ditching its much-maligned mandatory dining program for sophomores, after fielding five years of student complaints about limited venue options and expensive, unhealthy food. Students with 30 to 59 credit hours will purchase an additional $500 in Colonial Cash – money that can be spent at participating restaurants across the District – instead […]
Free. That is the only four-letter word with the ability to entice college students to brave the summer heat in search of an afternoon of art. And a heavy dose of free art is exactly what students can expect on Saturdays at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Supported by the D.C. Commission on the Arts […]
Enrollment in the long-awaited School of Nursing moderately increased for the program’s second year, furthering a positive outlook for the developing school. In 2010, 138 of 343 applicants to graduate programs within the school ultimately enrolled. In 2011, 158 of 243 applicants enrolled, as the school increased the number of spots available. Undergraduate applications jumped […]
His salary surpassed the $1 million mark for the first time in fiscal year 2009, landing him in the top-paid tier of university presidents nationwide.
When deciding where to study abroad, Jake Miner wanted to travel somewhere wholly not American. Miner petitioned the Office of Study Abroad to study in northern Syria for the 2011 spring semester, taking courses in Arabic to expand his understanding of the world outside of the United States. “I really wanted to go to a […]
FIRST CI: JUNE 14 to 16 June 14: D.C. Flag Day Celebration The three stars and two bars on the D.C. flag may be a complete mystery to you, but more than a few locals sport the flag – and George Washington’s family crest – to show their D.C. love. Whether their tattoos are a […]