Staff in GW’s alcohol education office are exploring a smartphone application to help educate students about their alcohol use.
September 2, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 7
Stories from the September 2, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official spent the summer planning how to build the University’s $30 million research institute that focuses on childhood obesity.
The School of Nursing faces a challenge most other schools don’t: hiring more men to diversify its faculty.
Parents of an alumna have donated $500,000 to the School of Media and Public Affairs to endow two recurring fellowships, which bring high-profile working journalists to classrooms every year.
A new Hillel staffer who came to GW to help students connect with their Jewish identity has launched a project that takes her across campus to advertise “Free Advice” – giving her the chance to act as part-therapist, part-mentor and part-spiritual guru.
A GW law professor is looking to ban the use of the word “Redskins” on public broadcast airways.
Higher education experts say the changes, which include allowing students to select two school options and choose among three essay prompts, will appeal to students because of its flexibility.
That high-profile publicity tour will help the school, which many call one of GW’s crown jewels, boost its profile amid the changing landscape of modern-day journalism.
Rising housing prices in Foggy Bottom may hinder students from finding affordable places to live off-campus over the next few years, experts say.
Interpol’s fifth studio album “El Pintor” was promising. Its opening track “All the Rage Back Home” sets the stage for a bright, anthemic sonic soundscape. But three tracks in, listeners will discover more of the same.