The latest round of Innovation Task Force proposals would save a total of about $1.4 million for the University annually, reflecting a slide in far-reaching goals.
May 12, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 2
Stories from the May 12, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The following pieces were written by former Hatchet opinions editors, contributing opinion editors and senior columnists, who all graduated from GW at least a year ago. They share advice and what they wish they had known during their time at the University.
Simple Assault/Harassment/Threats Off-campus residence 4/27/14 – 10 a.m. Case closed University Police Department officers responded to a call about a student physically attacking two of his fraternity brothers. He bruised one brother’s neck and shoulder and cut the other on the cheek. UPD detained the student for D.C. police to arrest. – Closed by arrest […]
Monday, May 12 Look at a collection unveiling a plethora of Washington artifacts in partnership with the National Archives and the Library of Congress. 10:30 a.m. Gelman Library Thursday, May 15 Class of 2014 Senior Toast and Picture Toast the Class of 2014 and take the official senior class picture at a celebration with University […]
The University has increasingly looked for ways to shield professors and students from limits on teaching, research and class debates as it extends its reach in China.
Mondale, who many called Pete, taught American civilization classes at GW from 1965 until his retirement in 1992.
About 1,800 officers ran to raise awareness of the sacrifices that police make every day.
The story of HIV/AIDS activism calls to mind celebrity philanthropists like Elizabeth Taylor and Bill Gates. But students in GW’s Milken Institute School of Public Health will soon add their names to the list of donors to this area of research.
It’s deja vu all over again for the baseball team, who gave credence to the old baseball adage in a three-game series sweep over Rhode Island this weekend, capped off by a complete game Sunday by sophomore pitcher Bobby LeWarne.
GW will join dozens of other colleges nationwide that perform background checks on applicants to faculty positions after an internal review completed last fall called for increased oversight.