In a time of upheaval for the advising department, it would be prudent for CCAS to consider alternatives to the current system – and one solution might be hybrid professional-faculty advising.
February 17, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 27
Stories from the February 17, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
District law forbids you from drinking on the street, but in this weather, why would you? Instead, take the masks and beads indoors and celebrate Mardi Gras near campus.
Students should be more proactive about attending, and it may be time for professors to try new approaches to encouraging in-person interactions.
Rodney Johnson, who founded parent services, will retire in July after leading the office for more than a decade.
GW is partnering with Standard Biofuels, an oil collection and transformation systems company based in Washington state, to turn 100 percent of used oil into renewable fuel.
Smarter defense, less adept shooters and officiating changes have all contributed to a growing trend of low scoring in NCAA Division I men’s basketball.
The so-called first film of its kind to play in theaters, “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry,” is sometimes a glorified history lesson and other times an insightful peek into a events often lost in textbooks.
Instead of contriving methods to prevent people from being assaulted, we should focus on deterring that kind of behavior altogether by making expulsion the default consequence for those found guilty of severe types of sexual violence.
The sustainability institute’s executive director wants to make GW the “go-to” institution for the federal government when it needs input on environmentally friendly practices.
Destruction Academic Center Garage 2/4/15 – 6:44 a.m. Case closed A staff member witnessed a subject drive a car into the gate arm, breaking it, while entering the garage. – Referred to department Drug Law Violation International House 2/4/15 – 5:35 p.m. Case closed Campus police detected the odor of marijuana coming from a room. […]