The Interior Design Program just finished one of its most important renovation projects: its own curriculum. The program will shift its course load to focus on practical design work next fall, leaping from nine to 30 credits of required studio courses to give professors more time to work one-on-one with students. In those classes, students […]
November 29, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 30
Stories from the November 29, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Thursday How to Become a Green Tech Entrepreneur Discuss sustainable technology with professor and clean technology expert Marty Silber to learn how to form a green business plan. Duques Hall, Room 258 – 5 p.m. Friday World AIDS Day film screening Watch the documentary ‘How to Survive a Plague’ at a screening hosted by the […]
The Francis-Stevens Education Campus is an asset to the community.
As November winds down, I want to make the most of the opportunity to address some of the recent scruff around college campuses across the country. Movember, a combination of “Mustache” and “November,” is an annual month-long event in which men grow mustaches to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer and “change the face […]
Students should be required to write a final thesis or complete a final project during their senior year.
In the long run, a minor in the liberal arts would benefit the critics of the new requirement.
More than 100 parents, teachers, students and neighbors plan to make their case to D.C.’s public schools chancellor next week to keep the nearby Francis-Stevens Education Campus from shutting down. Francis-Stevens is one of 20 schools targeted for closure across D.C. due to low enrollment, part of an attempt to create more financial stability in […]
Senior Garrett Lockhart was hanging out with friends listening to techno when the music slowed down. That was Lockhart’s first introduction to dubstep. Three years and countless tracks later, he performs under the name GLock. “From then on, that was all I heard, ever,” Lockhart said. “The more I started to hear it, the more […]
HARRISONBURG, Va. – It was, at the same time, the most dramatic and the most anti-climatic finish of GW’s young season. There were 7.2 seconds to play. GW (3-3) was only up by a basket. And it was James Madison’s ball. Out of a break, freshman forward Patricio Garino stole the ball, ran it back, […]