The coalition of students plans to work with administrators, sexual assault survivors, experts and campus groups to decide which information to include. The team hopes to pass a resolution in the Student Association about the measure within the year.
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.
If we hope to play a meaningful role in improving the condition of our city, listening to the debate going on around us is an essential first step that too many individuals disregard and rush past in order to fill up a resume.
The University’s student-faculty ratio shrunk to nearly 13-to-1 from just about 14-to-1 the previous year, a steep decline that Provost Steven Lerman attributed to last year’s spree of professor hires coinciding with a larger graduating class.
A former doctoral engineering student rejected a lawsuit settlement deal so that GW would face public scrutiny for what he called a broken system.
Two of GW’s top academic planners will spend the spring studying the reasons why students leave the University before graduating and how to raise its graduation rate.
Avra Bossov, executive vice president-elect, spent more than four times as much as her highest-spending competitor. Nick Gumas, president-elect, spent nearly double what his competitor spent over the two-week campaign.
Media Credit: Nick Rice | Visual Director
Faculty, whose faith has been mired by two years of uncertainty, now believe the deal could save the cash-strapped school – but at a price.
And all of the characters are dealing with issues, but here’s the catch: None of them let their shortcomings and struggles dictate their entire lives.
Against unprecedented competition, GW struggled. However, certain individuals shone and earned individual recognition throughout the weekend.