The University would claim a larger stake of cash from researchers’ inventions under its first new patent policy in 16 years. As GW looks to grow its research enterprise, it would pull in two-thirds of its share of income from patented and licensed inventions that reap $2 million or more, leaving one-third for researchers, according […]
October 29, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 23
Stories from the October 29, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Correction appended Filth, rodents and mold are just a few unwelcome fixtures in many popular Foggy Bottom restaurants. Lindy’s Bon Appetit and Red Lion, T.G.I. Friday’s and Panda Café have each been handed 30 or more health code violations since April 2010, with some as recently as last week, according to InspectionMapper.com – a new […]
With Hurricane Sandy hurtling toward the Atlantic coast, GW will shut its doors Monday – the first University-wide closure since the 2010 Snowpocalypse.
GW plans to lift a ban on classified research to allow some professors to work with state secrets – a move that could rake in millions of dollars yearly.
José Andrés, one of the world’s most acclaimed and influential chefs, will teach his first course at GW next semester.
On a college campus like GW’s, it’s expected that students will be loud and boisterous. Students love a good party on Friday nights, even if the noise is bound to upset the locals.
It’s sad that the dining hall must resort to a rewards program that nearly amounts to bribery to attract students.
Our country’s leaders should be trying to foster a culture of academic achievement.