Media Credit: Mikaela Moschella
November 18, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 18
Stories from the November 18, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW’s pool of endowed money is already smaller than most of its competitor schools. But it’s also not doing much lately to catch up, expanding by 5 percent last year.
Three GW offices are teaming up for the first time to improve how the University manages research data as a way to attract top professors. The Office of the Vice President for Research, Division of Information Technology and Gelman Library are working with faculty to show administrators why they should increase funding for a centralized […]
GW has raised less than 1 percent of the building’s $75 million price tag over the past five months.
Events occurring at GW this week.
Media Credit: Photo from the Montgomery County Police Department Rahul Gupta, a graduate student who also earned his undergraduate degree from GW in 2012, is facing second-degree murder charges. The case against the 24-year graduate student who confessed to killing his high school friend last month will advance to trial, a Maryland court ruled Friday. […]
Rents in the District are more unaffordable for low-wage workers than every state in the nation except Hawaii, according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition. And office space in the District is the most expensive in the United States, even edging out Manhattan.
Inconsistencies and losing streaks wiped away the Colonials’ promise on their way to a second straight finish short of the Atlantic 10 tournament.
Lost Society falls into the awkward gap between a bar and a club – part of a growing trend of expensive mediocrity in D.C.