The two top Student Association leaders spent the year injecting themselves into University conversations about cost of attendance and career services, passing over many of their early messaging goals and touting few tangible achievements in their term. Student Association President John Richardson pledged in August to “break the insulation” between students and the SA, but […]
April 23, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 58
Stories from the April 23, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The GW Law School will implement big changes to student life this fall to improve the way it prepares students for the legal field and create a friendlier environment in the high-pressure school. Professional advisory boards, vocational meetings and peer groups will start for first-year law students as part of a series of new programs […]
An artisanal wine and spirits shop plans to open its doors in Foggy Bottom this September. The specialty liquor store, Arrowine, will go before the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration for a hearing May 29 for a license to open at 22nd and K streets, owner and alumnus Doug Rosen said. The store would be a […]
A response to “University prepares for tuition slowdown” (April 19, p. 4).
I cannot do justice to all the ways being a part of the multimedia section has changed the way I see things.