Panos Kouvelis, 52, has spent nearly two decades teaching at the Olin Business School, which is ranked No. 22 by U.S. News & World Report.
April 14, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 33
Stories from the April 14, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Slate: The World College Comedy Festival is a day filled with comedic talent from both college and professional comedy groups. Professional groups will hold workshops, allowing anyone to learn 101, while the festival will culminate with a performance that night.
Both the CDs and the Organization of Latino American Students earned some money back after leaders appealed the decisions last week. But the groups still lost a combined $24,000, likely forcing the groups to cut back on programming for their thousands of members.
The Faculty Senate will vote next month to protect freedom of speech for the growing number of professors who teach online courses or conduct research at GW, permitting them to speak out about even the most controversial ideas.
It is only after living through three freshman experiences – my own, and that of two years with freshman residents – that I realize that feeling of loneliness my first year wasn’t limited to me.
A former oil executive and the dean of a rising New York business school are two of the five finalists the lead the GW School of Business deanship.
The launch date for the University’s largest-ever fundraising campaign could still be a year away, hinting at a slower-than-expected pace of donations to hoist academics, research and construction over the next decade.
With plans set to unpack boxes of newly pressed vinyls and stock shelves for an influx of customers, D.C.’s six record stores are readying themselves for Record Store Day.
Not only did he want the social fraternity to sing, dance and act, but senior Colin O’Brien wanted Beta Theta Pi members to perform in a historical-fiction musical that he wrote called “My Dear Lincoln,” which depicts a schizophrenic Abraham Lincoln as he struggles to keep the country united while enduring bizarre visions of Gen. Robert E. Lee.
With 11 games left to play in the season, the 16-24-1 Colonials find themselves dead last in the A-10 standings, fighting just to grab a spot in the conference tournament.