The University is in talks with about 40 companies to pull in more research dollars from corporations, a year after hiring its first industry research specialist.
November 12, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 27
Stories from the November 12, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
At least 70 students and professors are promising to light up in Kogan Plaza on Tuesday to protest the University’s plans to become smoke-free.
Administrators disclosed Thursday that GW botched admissions statistics for nearly a decade – but questions linger about the origin of the flawed data and who was responsible.
The University’s endowment returns fell sharply last fiscal year, growing the pool of money by only 2.4 percent after international economic crises stung investments and forced GW to spend more than it earned.
The Bar Bro brings you the best dives in the District. He isn’t classless – just low-class.
When the federal government was on the verge of a budget collapse in 2011, alumna Tammy Duckworth became increasingly dissatisfied with her congressman, a vocal proponent of a government shutdown.
Liberals love to point to the anti-intellectualism of conservatives. The liberal New York Times columnist Paul Krugman wrote this Saturday that the GOP “has as its fundamental goal not just a rollback of the welfare state but a rollback of the Enlightenment.” According to the left, some members of the Republican party think that a […]
GW’s home opener started with a roar, senior guard Lasan Kromah taking advantage of a Youngstown State turnover to set senior forward Isaiah Armwood up for a rocking alley-oop, bringing the Smith Center crowd to its feet.