Ward 2 D.C. Council member Jack Evans cruised to victory in the city’s primary elections Tuesday, virtually locking in a sixth term, while an alumnus lost his bid against an incumbent to represent Ward 4. The 58-year-old and longest-serving council member is slated to take up a sixth term representing Ward 2 after garnering about […]
April 5, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 53
Stories from the April 5, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The University has raised $19 million toward the construction and support of the Science and Engineering Hall, outpacing administrators’ expectations. Philanthropy as of March, led by seven-figure gifts from a handful of University heavyweights, marks the first phase of efforts to collect $100 million within the next decade. Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations […]
As GW looks to replace one of its longest-serving vice presidents and seven senior managers, University President Steven Knapp’s hiring history points to a preference for external candidates that could become a marker of these big recruitments. Two-thirds of the top academic and administrative leaders hired by Knapp came from outside organizations, a Hatchet analysis […]
About 94 percent of freshmen and nearly 70 percent of sophomores regularly participate in extracurricular activities, according to University survey results released Wednesday – data that will help steer student life staff’s interactions with students. The informal assessment, which was the first at GW to gauge student involvement outside the classroom, falls in line with […]