Starting this summer, students whose internships require them to receive academic credit will pay just $50 and earn one credit. That’s a steep drop from the $1,300 students previously had to spend to intern without pay over the summer.
February 9, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 26
Stories from the February 9, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The pilot program, which could launch some time this semester, would give one compost bin to each room in the residence hall with labels for what can and cannot be composted.
David Nadler, a trustee who served as a mentor to other board members and to GW administrators, died Thursday after a two-year battle with intestinal cancer. He was 66 years old.
That’s right, it’s here. From losing it in South Hall to screening for STIs, here’s everything you want to read.
The Board of Trustees approved a 3.4 percent tuition hike for next fall’s incoming freshman class with a twist: A portion of the about $4 million increase will go toward boosting mental health resources on campus.
The Colonials, which had trailed for a total of two seconds in their previous game, erased a Dayton lead with a three from Jonquel Jones that sparked an 11-point run on the way to a 67-56 win at the Smith Center, the team’s 19th straight.
GW’s doctoral degree program in counseling will move to the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, the Board of Trustees unanimously decided Friday.
As I waded through the waiting room full of sniffling students scrolling through iPhones, I remembered that one in four young adults has a sexually transmitted disease. Nobody looked particularly worried.
Updated: Feb. 10, 2015 at 1:16 p.m. Media Credit: Lydia Francis | Hatchet Photographer The School of Media and Public Affairs featured the work of Nicolas Bedoya, right, an alumnus who spent the past 14 months working as a photojournalist in Colombia, documenting the human stories of a damaged, postwar country. This post was updated […]
Monday, Feb. 9 The Ebola Effect: Unpacking Ebola’s Impact from Epidemiology to Public Policy Attend a panel discussion featuring public and private sector workers who will speak about their work during the Ebola outbreak. 7 p.m. Marvin Center Wednesday, Feb. 11 Make One, Take One: A Valentine’s Exchange Craft a Valentine’s Day card with the […]