Congratulations, graduates. What you’ve witnessed in the last four years as students in D.C. was nothing short of amazing.
May 20, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 2
Stories from the May 20, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Board of Trustees approved a nearly $2 million decrease in financial aid funding Friday, the first drop in six years.
GW expansion has also included growth in the number of the administrators and staffers, which could hurt, not help, students’ educational experiences.
Ten years ago, Nelson Carbonell’s software engineering company flamed out — a casualty of business risks and the dot-com bust. Since then, the 49-year-old’s business career has rebounded, and now he will bring his penchant for risk-taking to his new position as the head of GW’s highest governing body. Carbonell, who was unanimously approved as […]
The much-maligned residence hall for graduate students, the Hall on Virginia Avenue, will likely be demolished and get a nearly $35 million makeover starting next summer.
The Board of Trustees unanimously approved the nearly $400 million strategic plan Friday — a blueprint that the University will use to reshape its undergraduate structure starting next year. The far-reaching plan, stretching the University’s priorities around the world and across research disciplines over the next decade, will strip away the burdensome process of transferring […]
The GW Museum opening near University Yard will expand it’s size by 50 percent, increasing costs by a half in order to house additional exhibits and maximize space on the site.
Food trucks have become a common spectacle at GW over the last few years, as each day nearly a dozen of these vendors serve up diverse cultural cuisines and build social connections on the Foggy Bottom Campus. But food trucks are under assault by the D.C. government.