The University earmarked $20 million for a massive expansion of career resources over the next decade in the draft of its strategic plan.
October 15, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 19
Stories from the October 15, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Tickets for GW’s Jan. 21 inaugural ball will go on sale on Election Day.
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences dean search got off the ground Wednesday when an elected faculty committee picked a professor to lead the six-month hunt.
The University plans to modify Freshman Day of Service in response to a proposal from a senior who has volunteered since the day was created, calling for more productive work hours and campus projects. Rachel Krausman outlined about a dozen improvements to help students get more out of the annual event in a 10-page proposal […]
On a campus as eclectic as this one, it’s important that students feel as though their views on faith are both respected and represented.
There’s no “critical mass” for the appropriate makeup of a student body.
The next decade of GW’s future is critical. The state of higher education faces unprecedented change.
The Hatchet has compiled a guide to life, liberty and the pursuit of hoppiness to help you mark Oktoberfest.
A week after seeing the University’s strategic plan for the first time, faculty are pointing out that changing GW’s admissions structure and encouraging cross-school collaboration will prove difficult.