In his first few months at GW, Scheinost has flipped the program upside-down, instituting a much more rigorous, and structured schedule, in hopes of getting the Colonials back to their A-10 Championship level.
September 30, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 11
Stories from the September 30, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Just because some student groups overlap doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t all exist. For example, many theatre groups at GW may share similar purposes, but by having multiple groups, they are able to maintain their distinct identities and continue to put on more shows.
A ring of chairs encircles a man holding a sign printed with the words, “Matt in Hell,” over a photo of a young man’s face. The man is Fred Phelps, the head of the Westboro Baptist Church, who is protesting at the funeral of Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in Laramie, Wyo. in 1998. Friends […]
Believe it or not, if you want a leg up on your future legal education, pursuing an undergraduate degree in areas like computer science or engineering might actually be your best bet.
GW hired a pair of researchers from the University of Maryland to study its level of support for multicultural students, part of a years-long push to improve enrollment and retention rates.
Laurie Koehler is laying out GW’s data-driven recruitment strategy as rising tuition costs and sluggish selectivity complicates the admissions cycle even further.
GW is guiding a handful of professors to create their own massive open online courses, which could start teaching students from around the world by the end of the academic year.
Highlights from the University’s crime log.
In a mayoral campaign crowded with D.C. Council insiders, GW students campaigning for a lesser-known candidate are pitching an alternative to business-as-usual city politics.