Paint brushes are replaced by her own hair and eyelashes, chisels are replaced by her teeth, and natural wear and tear is replaced by bathing or licking.
February 12, 2015
Stories from the February 12, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
In the past, officials have given students who make GW their first college choice a preference in residence hall selection as a perk for applying early.
The seven-page report, which was presented to the SA Senate on Monday, found that many Corcoran students were not able to sign up for some classes because faculty were laid off or the courses had been dropped.
Allied in Greek, an event that began at GW two years ago as a collaboration between the Greek community and the LGBT advocacy group Allied in Pride, will do away with its annual drag competition after students involved called the event “homophobic.”
Campus police logged 55 liquor law violations in January. That’s six incidents more than both October and April of last year, which both tied for the largest number of reported violations in 2014.
The University confirmed this week that Kappa Delta will move into the former Delta Gamma townhouse on 23rd Street at the beginning of next academic year.
Fossil Free GW leaders said they will continue trying to convince officials to end all of the University’s investments in the fossil fuel industry – even after the group’s proposed Student Association bill to put the issue to a student body vote was struck down.
The project would give Bill Dietz a chance to position GW as the District’s authority on obesity and wellness research — which comes as he is planning to focus the center’s first projects on evaluating health in the D.C. area before expanding its scope.
The changes will make the exam almost double the length, and GW advisers are now working to make sure its aspiring health professionals are prepared.
Students looking to become environmental policy advocates could soon earn a combined five-year bachelor’s and master’s degree from GW.