Student Association leaders called the preliminary $5 to $7 million set aside in the strategic plan for student life a win, but said they will push for further investments in renovations and campus programming.
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.
As the Colonials opened conference play this weekend, they showed their A-10 rivals that they could put a tough loss behind them.
Plans to overhaul the GW School of Business’ curriculum are finally taking shape, an administrator in the college said last week, a year after the new curriculum was initially anticipated to roll out.
Monday Women’s Rights in East Africa Listen to professors and a gender violence expert discuss women’s rights in East African countries. GW Law School, Jacob Burns Moot Court Room – Noon Tuesday Michèle Flournoy Conversation Attend a talk about U.S. national security and defense priorities with the former undersecretary of defense for policy. 1957 E […]
Men’s basketball freshman forward Paris Maragkos flew through a series of push-ups, doing his best to meet the demands of the screaming Army serviceman crouching next to him.
Metropolitan Police officers arrested a student Tuesday in City Hall for marijuana and psychedelic drug possession with intent to sell – three days after the University warned of a behavior crackdown in that building.