The District’s oldest private art gallery will close Oct. 1 for an overhaul of its collection, which will be restored and redistributed among the National Gallery of Art and smaller galleries and universities across D.C.
September 29, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 12
Stories from the September 29, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health is 96 percent of the way to meeting its $150 million fundraising goal as of this month, but with the launch of the University’s comprehensive campaign, Dean Lynn Goldman isn’t slowing down.
At a school where we often pride ourselves on student involvement, the CSE could do a much better job serving as a boon to student organizations instead of a burden.
The app, called U Nightlife, is a project by SUNY Binghamton students Nathan Grotticelli and Justin Hill that’s available for download on nine college campuses across the country.
Through the first nine games of the season, sophomore forward MacKenzie Cowley has paced the women’s soccer team in scoring and already surpassed her goal total from her freshman season.
Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Hatchet Designer
Provost Steven Lerman is planning a program for undergraduates to spend three years abroad in China and two other countries.
Media Credit: Olivia Harding | Hatchet Photographer The GW women’s crew team participated in the 34th annual Head of the Potomac regatta Sunday, hosted by the Potomac Boat Club. The course crosses through the Georgetown waterfront and along the Virigina coast before finishing just above Roosevelt Bridge.
During the complicated merger, Corcoran students say they want more support and communication from GW.
Officials in GW’s fundraising office have started planning ways to lure donors from the art world, and will send out a message to Corcoran alumni within the next month.