January 27, 2014

Volume 110, Issue 23

Stories from the January 27, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

David Ellis: A Band-Aid to the business school’s deep cuts

By requiring students to minor, they have to pile on credits that they could find useless. The role of college is to stimulate intellectual curiosity among students’ areas of interest, not to mandate students take multiple classes without even knowing if they enjoy the subject.


Monday, Jan. 27 Resumé writing for international students Polish your resumé as summer internship application season gets underway. Marvin Center room 402 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29 Red Cross blood drive Donate blood with GWU Red Cross and help save lives. Marvin Center Continental Ballroom 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 30 FOFAC info session Learn more […]

Crime Log

Drug Law Violation City Hall 1/17/14 – 1:45 a.m. Case closed UPD responded to a rooftop door alarm and found the door propped open. Three students were discovered on the rooftop with about 4 grams of marijuana and paraphernalia. Two of the students were referred for disciplinary action. -Referred for disciplinary action Drug Law Violation […]

Op-Ed: A progress report from the leader of career services

A little more than a year ago, I stepped onto GW’s campus for the first time to interview for the position of assistant provost for University Career Services. With each passing interview, I became more intrigued and inspired. It became clear to me that GW “got it” – that the University was dedicated to building […]

Ryan Carey-Mahoney: Internships help us discover our passion

The University’s admissions brochures bragged all about internship-savvy students. But the statistics would shout at me from the brochure stand: “He doesn’t even go here.” Located just to the right of the reception desk in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, I saw the numbers every day when I walked into the second floor of Rice […]