Mike Lonergan hates losing. He hated losing at the beginning of the season, before the Colonials took the court. He hated losing throughout the year, as GW saw skids mount to multiple games before they were able to add a tally to the win column. And he’s still vocal about how much he hates losing […]
March 26, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 50
Stories from the March 26, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A change to the online account systems will give parents and guardians access to student records, a technical shift that will make it easier for parents to directly manage their students’ finances. Changes to the University’s online information portal will allow students to grant four additional users varying levels of access to their accounts, which […]
Monday Baby Food and the Industrialization of Taste Learn from nutrition scholars about how the science and sociology of taste have developed as strong social forces in this GW lecture. 1957 E St., City View Room – 4 p.m. Tuesday Hip Hop Diplomacy Hear from diplomats, artists, athletes and journalists about cultural diplomacy in the […]
Since freshman Zoe Pierce was diagnosed with dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in high school, it’s been a struggle to find teachers and classmates who could empathize with her schoolwork troubles. It wasn’t until she was working with high school students who have learning disabilities in a new special education course at GW that […]
The University’s financial office said last week it will increase the estimated cost of attendance by $50 next fall to better account for personal fees. After a yearlong focus on fees by top student leaders, Associate Vice President for Financial Assistance Dan Small bumped the cost estimate for personal expenses from $1,400 to $1,450. “We […]
Freshman year is a time when we’re the most interested – and rightfully so – with college student life, and trying not to buckle under the newfound pressure. Not to mention, the cold of the D.C. winter can make it difficult to want to go anywhere past Funger Hall.
Emeritus professor Lance Hoffman said adding security to computer systems is like building safety into automobiles: innovation often comes in response to mishaps. As the government makes investments to support more cybersecurity workers, Hoffman said demand has grown because “most systems today are like the security in most automobiles in 1940, before they had seat […]
The goal was simple: Make life on campus easier for college students. Campus Society, a D.C.-based social networking website, hopes to connect university students through an online forum for buying books, rating professors and connecting socially. The website borrows functions from other social networking websites, but differentiates itself from Facebook and Twitter in its exclusivity, […]
International students are more likely to cheat than their American counterparts, according to internal data released this week, mirroring a growing trend of academic dishonesty among foreign students in U.S. colleges. Non-citizen students, who make up about 12.1 percent of the GW student population, were responsible for nearly a quarter of all instances of academic […]