Thursday Zumba Por Una Causa Join an hour-long Zumba fitness class to raise money for the Organization of Latino American Students’ Alternative Spring Break Program. Donations of $5 will benefit the student group. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom – 7 p.m. Friday State-Society Relations in Hybrid Regimes: Azerbaijan Listen to Gokhan Alper Ataser discuss social transformations […]
February 9, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 40
Stories from the February 9, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Alumnus Asher Corson was taken aback his senior year, when he realized local activists were working on community initiatives for longer than most students even attended GW. Corson is the last GW student to serve on the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission – which advises the city government on issues concerning residents, […]
Students called GW’s refocused general requirement courses in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences harder than their other courses, according a University survey to gauge the curriculum’s effectiveness that garnered few responses. Despite the low participation rate in the survey, administrators praised the emerging results of the revamped course system – dubbed GPAC for […]
The Class of 2015 is less likely to be attending their first-choice schools, more willing to adopt liberal social views and are focusing more on their studies, according to a January study by the Higher Education Research Institute. Linda DeAngelo, assistant director for research at the institute and co-author of the study, said students may […]
Candidates must understand that they are lobbyists for the student body – not legislators. Only by working with different administrators and campus leaders will one be able to accomplish his or her goals and initiatives.
Labels shouldn’t determine groups; they should serve as welcome signs for others.
The number of visitors to the University Counseling Center last semester swelled 15 percent compared to the previous fall. Mark Levine, who took the helm in early December, attributes the center’s increased use to a policy implemented in September that lowered appointment costs. Starting this fall, students were allotted six free sessions yearly that previously […]