Faculty and experts blame a faulty budget management system for the business school’s budget shortfall, which prompted the sudden firing of its three-year dean Doug Guthrie last month.
September 23, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 10
Stories from the September 23, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW overturned a key part of its sexual assault policy last week, the latest move in a lengthy battle across departments to create fair rules for both victims and the accused.
GW is prioritizing efforts to engage international parents as the University looks to double its population of international students in the next ten years.
Five candidates are eyeing the D.C. mayorship, but senior Alexander Davis is serving the one he believes will serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in return.
At a time when universities nationwide rely on their top 1 percent of donors for 77 percent of their total campaigns, according to the report, the University will have to significantly increase its large donations to stay competitive with other peer schools which have recently launched campaigns of $1 billion or more.
When the 61-year old shooting victim, Vishnu Pandit, arrived at the hospital at about 9 a.m. with a wound to the left temple, the man’s chances of survival had dropped to less than 1 percent, GW Hospital’s chief trauma surgeon said.
A new minor launched this fall in the Columbian College was designed to help students decide whether they are interested in attending law school.
Sidewalks between 21st and 22nd streets on H Street and I Street now feature bright yellow and red stickers that tell students to “walk now, text later.”
Around campus, I’ve overheard many people say that ADHD is a sham. Many students believe that attention disorders are make-believe.