Financial aid policies are some of the most consequential for students seeking higher education, and the smallest changes can have substantial impacts that the school should not take lightly.
November 25, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 19
Stories from the November 25, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Both Thanksgiving and Hanukkah hold great cultural and historical significance, each paying tribute to important historical events and perennial lessons. But solving the tension between these holidays is not as easy as putting food from two different traditions on the same table.
The International Services Office will start using a new software system this year to speed up the process for international students to get their visas.
Chapter president Colin O’Brien said Friday that the fraternity’s national organization is working with GW to investigate the alleged violations. GW informed the chapter about the allegations Thursday night, O’Brien said.
UPD Chief Kevin Hay said GW’s “reputation for barring people from campus has spread.”
The law school’s interim dean has remained one of the school’s most popular faculty members as he has steered the school over the last year.
Miriam’s Kitchen will launch a city-wide advocacy campaign in January to build up support for permanent housing solutions, not just day-to-day help, for many of the 3,500 who visit its soup kitchen each year and have been homeless for years.
Student leaders are calling for clearer communication from the University’s dining services this week after the largest campus group accidentally doubled its catering costs for a yearly event.
GW’s academic leaders have outlined ways for tenure-track faculty to document how they are successful as teachers.
A series of initiatives this semester, many of them student-led, leave us with high hopes for the University’s future. But campus leaders: Make sure that your achievements are substantive and that your progress is not merely an illusion.