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February 5, 2015
Stories from the February 5, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The newest leader of GW’s sororities wants to use her clout to help improve body image perceptions across campus.
With the works online, the galleries hope to further the “democratization” of art by enabling more people than ever before to see their collections. The majority of the art that’s now available online has never reached gallery walls.
TED focuses on innovation rather than memorization. It’s a platform for individuals to present non-normative ideas and outline real pathways to change.
It’s irresponsible to focus on the big picture without considering the day-to-day aspects, which, when mishandled, often fall hardest on students and faculty.
Change certainly has come to define the world of college sports, but so has D.C. The site of the NCAA and A-10 meetings was no accident, and as the District becomes an increasingly important destination for NCAA administrators, GW is getting a front-row seat.