A member of the University Honors Program, he was also one of four freshmen selected for the coveted Clark Engineering Scholarship program this year.
January 21, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 22
Stories from the January 21, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Susuni said relocating the offices would likely cause a “domino effect” around campus, forcing other offices to relocate or downsize.
Originally created to combat the so-called “corporate behemoths” of the Internet-fueled music industry, The Vinyl District is now a major sponsor of the D.C. Record Fair, which celebrates its 5th birthday this Sunday at Penn Social.
The team looked frazzled, especially early, as they missed easy buckets inside and struggled to adjust to the lack of depth in the frontcourt.
There is an all too common standard in our culture – pervasive here at GW, too – that any anti-Israeli sentiments are the same thing as anti-Jewish sentiments.
Media Credit: Samuel Klein | Photo Editor Members from the People’s Community Baptist Church in Silver Spring, Md. sing in front of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial in honor of his birthday Monday. Visitors also laid a ceremonial wreath and held a moment of silence in honor of the civil rights leader.
Administrators told The Hatchet last week that transfer students would again be housed in GW’s version of solitary confinement: Mitchell Hall. As a transfer student myself, I can tell you that part of being new here that isn’t too enticing.
Ayman El Tarabishy, a management professor who studies organizations and leadership, said the program would blend “classic entrepreneurship” with how business ventures can help social issues.
GW’s admissions office is now looking more closely at transfer students who are already halfway through completing their degrees and often come from low-income backgrounds. The University added an admissions position this year to reshape its transfer strategy, which will support the University’s goal to “reach out more aggressively to academically talented community college students.”
Most notably, third-year students will be able to apply to live in rooms in The Dakota, which has exclusively held affinity housing groups, and Mitchell Hall, where sophomores, seniors and transfer students will also board.