Students will likely be required to register overnight guests for Inauguration Day with the University this election season, a top security official said last week. A pre-registration policy for overnight visitors around the inauguration “has been discussed,” University Police Chief Kevin Hay said, adding that he “believes the policy will be in place.” Four years […]
October 22, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 21
Stories from the October 22, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The student and faculty gender gap in the School of Engineering and Applied Science is narrowing, as the college works to become an outlier in a field where women are vastly underrepresented. In a year when the engineering school took its largest freshman class ever, the undergraduate female population grew to 39 percent, a 3 […]
The team’s play this weekend was like watching Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde on the field, head coach Craig Jones said.
After snapping their season-high four-match win steak during a game against VCU Friday, the Colonials bounced back with a tight, highly-contested victory Saturday over fellow A-10 foe Charlotte.
This year’s Greek Week will shift its focus from competitive skits to classroom service.
A preview of upcoming shows in the District.
The University aims to set aside between $4 and $8 million to attract more graduate and Ph.D. students over the next decade, playing catch-up recruiting students who can boost research output.
When the University chose Train to perform for Colonials Weekend, it was playing it too safe.
At this time of transition for GW, with the newly released strategic plan and construction on nearly every block of the Foggy Bottom campus, the community has the right to hear from top decision-makers.