By appealing to our schools, students can start conversations about how to reduce gun violence. It’s one of the best ways to pressure the federal government to take action.
June 10, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 4
Stories from the June 10, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The delay comes after University spokeswoman Candace Smith had said GW would cut seven positions and transition a firm in time for the start of the new fiscal year, which starts Tuesday.
The University has yet to replace Deputy Title IX coordinator Tara Pereira, who stepped down from her post in December. That’s not something campus leaders are telling freshmen at CI.
The University launched its first-ever $1 billion fundraising campaign Friday with more than half of that eye-popping goal already counted toward the haul.
Corcoran College of Art + Design students who will now become part of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences could have to complete GW’s general curriculum requirements to graduate, a top academic administrator said Wednesday.
Davidson College is on its way out of the Southern Conference and will officially join the Atlantic 10 as the conference’s 14th school on July 1. Here’s what to expect from the private liberal arts college in North Carolina.
A yacht docking at a national harbor resort will take trustees and donors to the estate of the University’s namesake June 20, where they will celebrate the formal launch of GW’s first $1 billion fundraising campaign.
Blake D. Morant will take over GW’s No. 20-ranked school on Sept. 1, bringing expertise in media and administrative law to the school that has spent 18 months without a permanent leader.
Here are some of last year’s most memorable incidents – some funny, some more serious.
You chose to go to a school in D.C. for a reason. Here are some events you can brag about when you go home.