As the 2014 Jenny McKean Moore Writer-in-Washington for GW’s English department, Skyhorse hopes to rediscover his own enthusiasm for writing and teaching.
October 20, 2014
Stories from the October 20, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet.
We caught up with the woman behind the voice, Randi Miller, to chat about making a living as a voice actress and avoiding the train.
Top officials and students will meet monthly to discuss GW’s response to sexual violence and available resources, marking the biggest move on the issue since the University overhauled its sexual assault policy last year.
If you want to get the most out of your time here, consider these less-than-conventional suggestions. I’ve had luck with them, and there’s still a chance to get them all in before Commencement.
It shouldn’t take dozens of complaints to get the University to understand that unannounced construction on a residential building is unacceptable. And you can’t undo the two months of annoyance residents have already endured.
The Hatchet’s editorial board looked at some of the biggest news from the past week, including the departure of fundraising chief Mike Morsberger, the University’s $20 million budget shortfall and the possibility of some standardized rules and regulations across GW’s 10 schools. How to fill the shoes of a GW giant The University’s fundraising chief […]
Harassment Support Building 9/29/14 – Unknown time Case closed A student complained that a mailroom staff member handed her an inappropriate note. – Referred to department Drug Law Violation Mitchell Hall 10/9/14 – 2:48 p.m. Case closed Campus police noticed a suspicious odor coming from a room. Resident advisers searched the room where they found […]
Tuesday, Oct. 21 Red Cross Blood Drive Donate blood to save the lives of those in need in this drive hosted by the GWU Red Cross. 2 p.m. Marvin Center Continental Ballroom Why Nations Fail Listen to James Robinson, professor of government at Harvard University, discuss his book, which will be followed by a discussion […]
The Computational Biology Institute is starting to plan a graduate program for master’s or doctoral students.
About 1,400 previous or current patients donated last year, following a steady upward trend in gifts from that group.