Media Credit: Nicole Radivilov | Assistant Photo Editor A kitchen fire broke out Friday afternoon at the State Plaza Hotel on F Street. Hotel workers and guests were evacuated as firefighters put up a ladder and entered the building. At the time, a D.C. Fire and EMS spokesman said emergency officials were examining two patients, […]
November 17, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 18
Stories from the November 17, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
When Igor Efimov comes to GW in January to serve as the new biomedical engineering department’s first chair, he will have a unique opportunity to build a program from the ground up, completely centered around his own vision.
Staff members are organizing for the first time in the hopes that it will help them secure a spot at the table in discussions about their compensation.
Faculty Senate leaders brought a year-long battle over how much the University invests in employee benefits to a new tipping point Friday.
Two of the three funding streams that administrators counted on to pay for GW’s largest academic investment in its history – fundraising and government subsidies for research – won’t be able to bring in enough.
Men’s basketball earned its second consecutive victory of the season Sunday night, defeating Rutgers on the road 70-53.
Friends said Gregory Levine always had time to give them a hug or word of encouragement.
As policymakers and advocates nationwide have put a spotlight on affordability and diversity, there are more eyes than ever before watching the students most likely to not make it to college and more administrators testing out ways to help them succeed.
Pascale Ehrenfreund first began planning how to land a rocket on a comet in 1996, and almost two decades later, she got her chance to celebrate being a part of the first team to succeed.
GW’s starters, health permitting, have the capability to take this team far, but if the starting five’s production goes uncomplemented like it did for most of last season, the Colonials will struggle against the country’s better teams.