Top administrators will decide this spring whether GW should make research by faculty members freely available online.
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.
Juniors Joe McDonald, Kethan Savage, Patricio Garino, Kevin Larsen and senior John Kopriva have started all 25 of GW’s games this season, but that could change as early as Wednesday.
Information from the Washington Post.
Media Credit: Olivia Harding | Hatchet Photographer Mark and Sarah Woodward, husband and wife, do planks together in below-freezing temperatures during this year’s Cupid’s Undie Run. Runners wore just underwear and raised money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation during the event.
Over Valentine’s Day weekend, GW’s Feminist Student Union tackled the V-word “nobody wants to say” in 19 short soliloquies that were humorous, uncomfortable and occasionally heartbreaking.
The Student Association Senate’s top leader said the 36-person body’s productivity has been lagging so far this year because members have come to meetings unprepared to work effectively.
Three Faculty Senate committees are keeping proposed changes to GW’s faculty code under wraps while reviewing preliminary reports completed by working group last fall.
Charles Garris, the chair of the Faculty Senate’s executive committee, cautioned the Board of Trustees that GW could struggle to attract talented staff after scaling back tuition benefits.
Fewer students nationwide are applying to Teach for America, but the organization will still rely on GW to bring students into the program.
Todd said he’s planning to start using his influence to create more politics and journalism programming at the University.