The University unveiled Tuesday key pieces of a 10-year strategic plan that will retool nearly every corner of GW by doubling the number of international students and hiring up to 100 new professors. Provost Steven Lerman told the Faculty Assembly that the more than $110 million proposal is the starting gun for a period of […]
October 4, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 16
Stories from the October 4, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Student organizations will have to start planning next year’s budgets early to apply for Student Association funding in late spring for 2013 allocations. The Student Association Finance Committee is pushing its allocations process up to the spring semester, after the Center for Student Engagement announced a policy that will only allow new groups to form […]
The new counseling center director brings two decades of clinical experience to a center that went nearly a year without a permanent head.
A female student reported she was sexually assaulted Saturday in Strong Hall. The University Police Department told leaders of the Greek community earlier this month that it was cracking down on underage drinking after four sexual abuses were reported last month, two of which were in Greek housing. Strong Hall houses only female students affiliated […]
Correction appended For a quick Mexican fix, Chipotle may suffice, but for an authentic experience, Fuego Cocina y Tequileria promises flavor and fun. Passion Food Hospitality, the group that brought Burger, Tap & Shake and District Commons to Foggy Bottom, brought a carefully crafted menu and locally sourced cuisine to Clarendon, Va. with an official […]
There is very little that students care about more than finding jobs after they graduate. The task is undoubtedly daunting, and many students are left wondering the best way to go about marketing themselves to employers. While the GW Career Center already offers services such as resume critiques and mock interviews, the Columbian College of […]
The Hatchet’s monthly wrap-up of GW’s ups and downs.
Jaggar DeMarco responds to the Hatchet article “Students with disabilities look to connect.”