GW’s newest college has about two months before its founding dean steps down, but professors are remaining tight-lipped about who her successor could be.
November 6, 2014
Stories from the November 6, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A GW professor has created a free workbook to help teachers prepare students for Common Core standardized math tests, after finding that most textbooks on the market don’t fully prepare students to meet the national benchmarks.
In the relationship between sarcastic and vicious Martha and George, the most convincing and complex argument wins.
GW librarians are expanding a tool they created to archive posts from across social media platforms after initial success in exporting tweets.
For many D.C. voters, electing Muriel Bowser means more than switching out an embattled incumbent: It’s also a chance to take a stab at reforming the city’s primary education system.
Bowser, elected on Tuesday with overwhelming support, will be D.C.’s first female mayor in two decades. That’s an uncommon position, and she is aiming to expand equality for women and minorities across the city during her tenure.
Six public health graduate students will protest outside the Supreme Court next week, part of a semester-long push for employers to provide contraception.
GW’s four-year-old autism institute may have to wait until the start of next academic year to have an official leader.
Hailing from Connecticut, where the chain has somewhat of a cult following, Plan B opened its first D.C. storefront in Penn Quarter on Monday.
After six grueling weeks of conference play, the Southern Division Championship may actually give the Colonials a chance to get back on their feet from a 1-7 conference season.