A Faculty Senate committee report draws doubt on the University’s plans to pay back its large $1.4 billion debt load.
February 10, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 25
Stories from the February 10, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
There’s a lot on the line: a top-three spot in the conference standings, a perfect home record, and likely the difference between an eight, 12 or any seed come NCAA Tournament time.
Meet your match: how Tinder and Grindr shape on-campus hookup culture A junior took a chance and began going out on “Tinder dates” – meeting up for dinner with one guy in DuPont, who confessed to seeing demons at night on the second date. The app created plenty of bizarre moments – including unsolicited illicit […]
Professors from diverse backgrounds often feel more pressure than their peers to serve as mentors for students, the University’s chief of diversity efforts Terri Harris Reed, said late last month.
Media Credit: Erica Christian | Photo Editor Thurston Hall may be one of the most sexually active dorms in the country, but GW’s raunchiness goes far beyond. From the Marvin Center to Gelbucks, GW couples and Foggy Bottom haven’t let public spaces intimidate them. Here’s a list of the crime log’s most memorably lewd and […]
Laurie Koehler, the recently hired enrollment manager who is reshaping the University’s recruitment strategy, said GW hopes to encourage top applicants from poorer backgrounds by promoting perks like robust financial aid packages, which offset a $60,000 sticker price.
Monday, Feb. 10 GWU Red Cross Chipotle Fundraiser Eat at the 2000 Penn Chipotle and support the Red Cross’ Philippines Typhoon Relief fund. Chipotle 3 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11 Reporting in Pakistan: What You Aren’t Hearing The School of Media and Public Affairs hosts a panel of journalists to discuss challenges of reporting in dangerous […]
The tool will show prospective students who can’t get to campus what they could expect.
About a half-dozen stores in Foggy Bottom’s main shopping center are hurting as big-name chains have opened nearby, a sign of financial hardship that’s threatening the oldest and smallest businesses on campus.