Twenty-five people sought medical treatment at the GW Hospital for injuries or illnesses related to inauguration festivities, according to a hospital spokesman. The patients primarily sought treatment related to “falls, dizziness and weakness,” hospital spokesman Steven Taubenkibel said. The patients experienced no serious medical issues. During the 2009 ceremony, the GW Hospital treated 91 patients […]
January 24, 2013
Volume 109, Issue 35
Stories from the January 24, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
University President Steven Knapp has made environmental issues a priority. And as a result of his efforts, the University was ranked No. 27 in Sierra Magazine’s “Coolest Schools,” sustainability list in 2012, a sharp improvement from 2009, when GW was ranked No. 81. In the long run, GW is hoping to to cut carbon emissions […]
As offers to partner with Latin American colleges pour in, GW’s study abroad office has targeted the booming region as its next area of growth. Director of Study Abroad Rob Hallworth said GW will look to add more programs in countries like Brazil, – which boasts the world’s third-largest economy – as the country attempts […]
As GW walked off the court with a narrow victory, completing a New England sweep for the season, the team had learned that a win can often be as maddening as a loss.
As the dust settled from last year’s conference realignment, it seemed the Atlantic 10 was established in a position of unique strength.
Family history is typically passed down through stories and photographs.
Follow these simple recipes to add just the right amount of flavor to any celebration. Improving an Indian favorite: palak paneer While I have a healthy obsession with spinach and cheese, palak paneer tends to be a dish that often looks better on the menu than it tastes on most restaurants’ plates. I found myself […]
Correction appended Students would be able to earn a bachelor of science in finance for the first time if the Board of Trustees approves the degree later this year. Currently, students interested in the field must complete a bachelor’s in business administration with a concentration in finance, which adds extra general requirements. The change is […]
A group of researchers from GW’s graduate education school will soon know if sweeping reforms taking place across the District’s public school system are working. This spring, the team will investigate teacher and classroom quality in a school district that typically ranks among the nation’s worst. Researchers will seek answers to questions regarding student access […]