Fewer than 90 freshmen who submitted enrollment deposits in the spring gave up their places in the Class of 2015, signaling a slightly higher retention rate among the University’s incoming students. Summer melt, the number of freshmen who made a nonrefundable $800 deposit in May but ultimately choose not to attend GW, remained at approximately […]
August 25, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 4
Stories from the August 25, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The School of Business will undergo an undergraduate curriculum overhaul to sharpen the school’s focus on ethics.
Sophomore Samantha Danko’s summer adventure to Costa Rica was full of new experiences and giving back to a small community oddly tied to our very own George Washington. Danko worked with Integrated Learning Experience, a non-profit organization based in Central America. The public health major spent a month in the small town of San Ramon […]
The Student Association Finance Committee is calling for greater transparency in student organizations’ spending by requiring monthly reviews of all groups’ budgets starting this fall. Finance chair and University-at-large Senator John Bennett said frequent check-ups on organizations’ spending will prevent misuse of SA funds as the student government pilots a new strategy for funding student […]
Move-In Students will crowd campus a day early this fall, hoping to move their belongings into their residence halls before Hurricane Irene hits. Across campus – 10 a.m. Target Takeover Promo Students can stop by Kogan Plaza to win free food, prizes and get coupons to use at Target Takeover on Aug. 31. Kogan Plaza […]
The Weepies The 9:30 Club Sept. 5 The Weepies, made up of husband-and-wife duo Deb Talan and Steve Tannen, deliver a lush sound that proves they are more than just your average couple. They are out on an acoustic tour of the U.S. after releasing their fourth major studio album. The pair has a knack […]
What are you doing this semester? Check out these five students who are taking the fall by storm – from participating in medical research to find a cure for cancer, to working on revamping D.C.’s public education system
The months-long lag to automate the 4-RIDE shuttle service will continue into the fall semester, a University official said Tuesday, as GW tests its fleet for kinks. University officials introduced the program that will allow students to request a ride through an online portal and track the van slated to pick them up nearly a […]
The three schools of the GW Medical Center split into distinct entities over the summer in the culmination of a yearlong reorganization aimed at strengthening the academic and management functions of the almost decade-old structure. The deans of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, the School of Public Health and Health Services and the […]
Popular artist Girl Talk will be the featured performer at this year’s ’80s-themed Fall Fest. Girl Talk, whose real name is Gregg Gillis, is known for mixing various song samples in his music and has released five albums in the last nine years. In the past, he gained notoriety for his on-stage antics, as well […]