Media Credit: Mikaela Moschella
October 28, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 15
Stories from the October 28, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Tuition slowed over a 15-year period after GW implemented a fixed tuition policy.
Over the next few years, GW’s top academic administrators have a chance to redeem themselves. The University undercut students’ incentive to think globally three years ago when GW’s largest college, the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, removed the requirement for its undergraduates to take a foreign language. Now, with GW’s 10-year strategic plan calling […]
Behind closed doors, colleges are increasingly weighing factors beyond test scores and GPAs, former GW representatives and experts say, which can leave out otherwise qualified students.
A judge gave Mohammed Niazi the maximum sentence he could have received, calling Niazi’s 2009 attack a “nightmare scenario.” Niazi was convicted in August of hitting a graduate student with a hammer, leaving a 3-inch gash in his head.
Highlights from the University’s crime log.
To bring in donations, fundraisers will use the same kind of D.C.-centric messages emblazoned around campus – like “Make History” and “Knowledge in Action” – to unify its 10 schools and hundreds of departments that have different priorities and specialties.
We want a University president who will own up to institutional flaws, issue a genuine apology to help move the community forward.
The musical, set against the backdrop of drugs, disease and homelessness, is part of Forbidden Planet Production’s performance in West Hall’s Blackbox Theatre, opening Thursday.