Head coach Stacey Schramm hopes an infusion to pitching and continued explosiveness from infield bats will translate into more wins in the 2015 campaign.
February 5, 2015
Stories from the February 5, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A research professor is suing the University for $8 million after officials allegedly wrongfully removed him as chair of the department of biochemistry and molecular medicine.
From greasy pizzas to vegetable samosas to salty wonton soup, delivery is the way to go as midterms loom and winter refuses to loosen its grip.
GW’s off-campus graduate enrollment has grown by a net of more than 1,000 students in the last five years, padding total enrollment as distance learning becomes more popular across the country.
Donors gave $98.5 million last fiscal year, a smaller amount than 10 competitor schools though GW saw its largest-ever pledged gifts total.
From golf ball designs to water quality analysis, faculty have put their research to the test, seeing if it can be sold, licensed or even used to launch their own companies.
The University’s financial foundation grew on pace with other schools nationwide last year, as healthy markets bolstered investments that GW uses to pay for scholarships and faculty salaries.
GW’s head librarian began to lay out a plan for Gelman Library and other campus resources to students this week, explaining how she hopes to expand the system’s reach in the next seven years.
It’s Dance Marathon’s second year at GW, and leaders of the 12-hour event are looking to pull in double the donation total – about $75,000 – to give to a local children’s hospital.
This is something we have to deal with together because at the end of the day, the problems revealed by this survey aren’t the responsibility of any one group – not just the University, not just our professors, not just students or parents.