The University Honors Program will tone down the rigor of its capstone course for seniors next fall.
April 4, 2013
Volume 109, Issue 52
Stories from the April 4, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
It’s been nearly five months since GW announced it had been inflating freshman class rank data for a decade and got kicked off U.S. News & World Report’s rankings. For these last five months, administrators have refused to answer questions about the sudden exit of the Office of Admissions’ top leader just one month after […]
Thursday Four Years Ahead Peer into the future of international affairs with the current and former Elliott School deans. 1957 E Street, Room 213 – 6 p.m. Friday From Dialogue to Action: Preventing Gun Violence Learn about gun violence prevention efforts from the leading voices in gun policy and mental health. Jack Morton Auditorium – […]
About 30 percent of students identify as Jewish, and The Hatchet reported last fall that many were frustrated by the lack of kosher options on campus.
A 7-2 lead in the sixth inning seemed safe. It appeared head coach Gregg Ritchie would go home with bragging rights over George Mason.
As a town parade meandered through rural Vermont streets, then 7-year-old Damian Legacy wandered away to a church. Years later, as a teenager, he joined his local church choir to coax his non-religious family to step foot into the parish. And after receiving his driver’s license, the first place Legacy ventured to, rife with elation […]
The University’s acceptance rate stood at about 33 percent for the third consecutive year. A total of 33.4 percent of candidates were offered spots in the next freshman class, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Planning Forrest Maltzman said Sunday. The admissions office has struggled to boost GW’s selectivity since the rate fell to a […]
Updated April 4, 2013, 2:11 p.m. Two gay seniors who said they felt alienated by the Newman Center’s controversial priest will launch a campaign this week to force him off campus. At least a dozen students, including seniors Damian Legacy and Blake Bergen, say they have left the Newman Center in the last several years […]
A Student Association senator and LGBT leader is lobbying the University to allow applicants to identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender to better cater services toward those populations.