In response to Kathleen Burke’s resignation as CPS dean I enjoyed my time as a Graduate School of Political Management student. The networking was fruitful, the classes had real-world applications and the faculty were engaging, though some more than others. In fact, I learned a lot about political management. But nothing has been has been […]
September 6, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 7
Stories from the September 6, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The five-member band – made up of two trombonists, a guitarist, bassist and drummer – has played venues throughout D.C. and the East Coast while on a summer mini-tour.
Tuesday Whole Foods opening Foggy Bottom will welcome the nation’s largest organic supermarket‘s newest store Tuesday. Get there early and help University President Steven Knapp welcome the new store with a bread-baking ceremony. Whole Foods – 10 a.m. Wednesday White House correspondence info session Are you interested in volunteering for the White House? The White […]
The Office of Sustainability will develop a plan to enhance GW’s urban ecosystem this year, part of broader efforts to shrink the University’s carbon footprint. The ecosystem plan is the third and final element of GW’s sustainability strategy and a continuation of the University’s May 2010 Climate Action Plan that aims to achieve carbon neutrality. […]
The number of University staff members telecommuting to work will double next month as part of an ongoing effort to save property costs. With 20 staff members already working from satellite locations – and two dozen more slated to transition off-campus Oct. 1 – telecommuting is becoming an increasingly popular way for the University to […]
A $30-million facelift to the Georgetown waterfront might include the city’s largest ice-skating rink along with restaurant renovations. The MRP Realty designs are not finalized, but plans presented to Georgetown’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission Aug. 29 show a 9,000 square-foot ice rink that, if built, will surpass the National Gallery of Art’s Sculpture Garden Ice Rink […]
The University will develop a program to promote departmental diversity following recommendations released last week by the Council on Diversity and Inclusion. University President Steven Knapp outlined five initiatives to be implemented this year that include a model to monitor ongoing diversity efforts, a revamped web presence for the council, partnerships with minority members of […]
Renovations to the lower level of the Marvin Center this fall will add meeting areas for students, part of the University’s long-term plan to centralize campus services and create a student hub in the building. The project – which could be completed as early as October – will add eight new meeting rooms and two […]