With Wednesday’s surprise announcement that the historic Corcoran Gallery of Art would fold into GW and the National Gallery of Art, the University could immediately start measuring its bounty and create a partnership that will lift GW’s name in the world of arts education, research and philanthropy.
February 18, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 26
Stories from the February 18, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW will renovate every residence hall on a seven-year schedule starting this summer with The Dakota, International House and City Hall.
The finance committee again approved a change to its bylaws this week to comply with a bill passed 10 months ago.
This isn’t necessarily about ego stroking: The opportunity is extremely valuable for those budding politicos who participate. Every student with political aspirations has the opportunity to try out that career on a smaller scale.
Siegel is now helping others pass down family stories in a more lasting way: preserving them on social media.
The trip to Richmond – a two-hour drive down I-95 – provided an opportunity for an about-face.
After two years competing in community college, he’s relishing the moment that now awaits him at the Division 1 level.
Reed said faculty diversity in higher education “is probably the toughest nut to crack” because many professors have earned tenure and could remain at GW for decades, compared to students who arrive and graduate each year.
We shouldn’t forget that GW’s dining plan perpetuates its affordability problems.
GW, essentially, has two student bodies: international students and American ones. And though I’ve only been here a few months, I sense an overwhelming “us versus them” mentality that acts as a complete obstacle to a positive coexistence.