A 4-percent enrollment drop took a small bite out of the college’s about $100 million budget in part because fewer people nationally are enrolling in graduate programs, especially the humanities.
February 24, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 27
Stories from the February 24, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
About half of D.C’s mayoral candidates said they opposed GW’s effort to expand its police authority off-campus at a debate in Foggy Bottom earlier this week.
After GW denied him admission last fall, a Mexican-American man named Eric Flores tried to take the University to court for failing to weigh his race in its decision.
Members of GW’s 19 advisory boards donated about 13 percent of GW’s total fundraising haul last fiscal year, making it one of the largest donor groups.
The grass will help absorb rainwater while shielding the building from sunlight.
GW now has its latest entrepreneurship story: Two alumni have launched a company to make getting drunk taste a bit better.
Last year, a home win over a struggling St. Bonaventure team locked up a bid to the conference tournament for the women’s basketball team, improving the Colonials to 6-6 on the season in the Atlantic 10 with two games to play. This time around, GW’s matchup against the Bonnies would give the team a chance […]
University administrators have yet to pick a developer for its 11-story office building along Pennsylvania Avenue, which local business owners say has left them in the lurch.
The master’s degree in experiential education and Jewish cultural arts is the first of its kind nationwide and would be awarded by both Graduate School of Education and Human Development and the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.
Now that everyone’s had the opportunity to sound off on the financial and academic implications of all this, let’s talk about another pleasant upside for GW: This makes us cooler.