Behind Lisner Hall is the “Square 103 project” – a gaping hole in the ground.
February 16, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 42
Stories from the February 16, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
It starts with awe. Junior forward David Pellom watches a teammate cut deftly around an opponent, making a perfect play, and he’s momentarily stunned, appreciating the skill unfolding before him. Before he knows it, he’s moving too – racing – his heart pounding, the sounds of the game fading away until it’s just him and […]
Starting this summer, GW’s career services will offer industry-specific support to better prepare students to enter an increasingly competitive economy. The University plans to hire more than a dozen staff members to provide specialized job advice for undergraduates in all majors – a departure from the existing school-based systems that offer an uneven approach to […]
John “Skip” Williams, formerly one of the University’s most powerful administrators, was granted professor emeritus status by the Board of Trustees last Friday. The Board’s approval of Williams as emeritus professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine was the first public mention that he left the University Dec. 31, after he unexpectedly went on a […]
It was dedication to conference success that prompted athletic director Patrick Nero to announce last Friday that the sailing team will officially become the University’s 23rd varsity program next fall.