Administrators countered that faculty sat on the advisory committee that determined the new prices, and that the Faculty Senate was informed of the changes last fall.
January 13, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 21
Stories from the January 13, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
It may be time for a radical step. Fraternities and sororities need to learn from their founders, and go back underground. Surrender GW housing, refuse Student Association funding and operate on an unofficial basis.
The school is the first at GW to require from undergraduates a minor outside the college.
Amber Wason, a 2007 GW School of Business graduate, is part of the duo trying to make electric bikes, or e-bikes part of a commuting routine for young urban professionals.
Center for Student Engagement officials and GW Housing staff will decide the chapter assignments Jan. 23.
Tuesday’s game was obviously a big one, getting attention across campus and all over social media. But with a tough Atlantic 10 conference this season, that could see around four NCAA Tournament bids once again, isn’t every home game a big one?
Medical students will be able to download textbooks and take notes on iPads from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences next fall.
A half-million-dollar grant to centralize collections of D.C.’s African American history contrasts the University’s history of segregation.
Now two games into conference play, the men’s basketball team will look to defend its perfect 8-0 record at home against one of its toughest, most anticipated opponents of the season: VCU.
Jacob Garber: Adding Asian members to Board of Trustees more important than checking off diversity boxes
When the Board of Trustees announced last month that it would soon induct four new Asian members into its ranks, it may have sounded like a tokenistic and awkward approach to inclusion that was largely overlooked by the GW community. But for the University’s international ambitions, it’s an important move. Media Credit: Hatchet File Photo […]