While the Colonials’ loss to No. 9 Maryland on Saturday may have spoiled the welcome-back party for forward Jonquel Jones, the team also got a taste of what it can accomplish.
November 24, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 19
Stories from the November 24, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW’s security chief has hired consultants to investigate the University Police Department’s culture and policies – a move that experts say could help campus officers start fresh after reports of widespread harassment and discrimination within the force.
The University counts at least six billionaires among its alumni network, including the chairman of Samsung and a man who owns every McDonald’s in Egypt.
Michael Shanahan, a veteran Washington journalist with piercing wit, may be best remembered as a steadfast advocate for the hundreds of students he mentored during his nearly 15 years teaching at GW.
Last week, administrators announced a change in how GW will pay for the construction of the $275 million Science and Engineering Hall as a result of the untimely failure of an originally planned source: fundraising.