Before administrators get too excited about constructing a brighter future, they’ll need to focus on building a better GW here and now. Here’s where they should put their focus.
December 5, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 20
Stories from the December 5, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Jean Johnson has become one of GW’s most widely praised deans since she helped found the school nearly four years ago.
Incoming students who might be unsure of their choice in major shouldn’t worry: There’s ample opportunity to switch. The good news is that at GW, transferring majors and picking new courses to study soon will be easier than ever.
The Australian-born singer, whose real name is Jessica Newham, will perform at Rock and Roll Hotel Dec. 13, and said in an industry dominated by pop singers, starting young can be critical.
Planning a career arc in an ever-evolving job market is the work of fortune tellers – not high school seniors. If it is any indication of the futility in planning out a profession years in advance, 65 percent of students today will find employment in professions that don’t yet exist.
Five Colonials scored in double figures against Rutgers on Wednesday, making the difference in a solid 93-87 win that brought GW’s record to 7-1.
The University’s top governing body will look to fill seats with prominent Asian leaders this year, an attempt to match the makeup of trustees with an increasingly international student population. Board of Trustees chair Nelson Carbonell said the new members would have to be some of the most committed because they’ll have to travel to […]
As a federal investigation tears apart his scandal-ridden 2010 campaign effort, and after shaking up a field of 10 candidates who have spent months campaigning, Vincent Gray is leaning on a longtime political expert to run a clean race the second time around.
Some people – our professors, our parents, journalism snobs – deride the collection of flashy news as sensational, useless and a waste of time. But in actuality, Buzzfeed is more than just a time waster.