Officials are beginning to plan out a master’s degree in sustainable governance to boost GW’s portfolio of sustainability-related graduate programs.
February 23, 2015
Stories from the February 23, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
My sophomore year was a bust for one reason: I made bad choices at the end of my first year. But you still have time. Set yourselves up for next year right now, and you can avoid the sophomore slump.
Barry Freundel, the former rabbi of Kesher Israel synagogue on 28th and N streets, could face up to 52 years in prison for the crime — one year for each of the women identified.
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences is ramping up its Facebook and Spotify advertising, joining other schools and universities that are targeting potential new students on the social media platforms they are most likely to use.
Media Credit: Sam Hardgrove | Hatchet Staff Photographer Bencoolen, a band made up of GW students, won first place at The Capital Clash battle of the bands at Georgetown University. The competition was between bands from GW, American and Georgetown that performed in front of a student audience Friday night.
Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Senior Designer
Destruction Guthridge Hall 2/12/15 – Unknown time Case closed A University Police Department officer observed damage done to a door. – No suspects or witnesses Disorderly Conduct International House 2/13/15 – 12:14 a.m. Case closed UPD officers responded to a call for someone throwing beer cans at a passerby. The officers canvassed the area without […]
Monday, Feb. 23 Corcoran Student Town Hall Express concerns about GW’s merger with the Corcoran College of Art + Design with GW administrators, like Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski, and then eat pizza. 1 p.m. Hammer Auditorium, 500 17th St. NW Wednesday, Feb. 25 GW Entrepreneur Bootcamp Gear up for a full day of […]
Last year, GW received about $23 million in money that the federal government gives as bonus funding for research that qualifies for a subsidy. That’s about the same amount it amassed in 2003 when adjusted for inflation.
School of Engineering and Applied Science students started the petition after University Police Department officers asked them to leave the building late at night, a time they said they use to finish homework and projects.