The University has officially pulled back from plans to open a campus in China. The move represents a step away from the ambitious strategy devised under former GW School of Business dean Doug Guthrie.
February 3, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 24
Stories from the February 3, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Media Credit: Sam Johnson | Hatchet Photographer Junior Goran Koprivnjak competes in the men’s 100-yard butterfly Saturday, ultimately winning the race with a time of 51.49 seconds. The Croatian-born swimmer has been consistently forceful in the pool for GW throughout the season. The men’s swimming team lost to George Mason though, 188-95.
The emergence comes at a time when 55 percent of campus is female and far more women are enter college than men nationwide.
Finding a job after graduation is stressful and confusing. There’s the endless stack of applications, the recommendations, the interviews. For international students like me, the pressure is amplified. International students often come to the U.S. to get a world-class education in the hopes of eventually finding employment back in their home country. Just like American […]
Students here don’t just attend GW for a few years and then move away. There’s no need to cling to your swing state voter status because more than 84,000 alumni make the District their home for years after they graduate.
Players unions help protect the rights and protections of athletes, especially important when those athletes aren’t paid. It is time college athletes got their own union.
We all play a part in shaping the culture around race – so get involved in the upcoming weeks. If you feel self-conscious in a way you are unaccustomed to, that’s good. It is in these moments of discomfort that we learn the most.
Monday, Feb. 3 Presidents, Congress and Public Education Panel Register online to hear from education policy expert Jack Jennings. Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4 How Do I Become a Leader in Sustainability? Meet a panel of alumni pursuing careers in sustainability. Alumni House 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5 Beverly Bond, Black […]
Destruction 605 22nd St. 1/22/14 – Unknown Time Case closed GW Housing reported that numerous indications or instances of vandalism were discovered when Alpha Epsilon Pi moved out of its University rental property. -Referred for disciplinary action Drug Law Violation Thurston Hall 1/23/14 – 11:35 p.m. Case closed UPD and MPD were in Thurston and […]
Here’s how the Colonials can still win with a depleted backcourt as they take on Duquesne and Fordham at home this week.