Many of my friends at GW did academic sports in high school, but dropped out once they got to college. But these organizations can afford their members a wide range of benefits, from discovering a passion for public speaking to boosting resumes.
March 2, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 29
Stories from the March 2, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Following the only home loss of the season, the Colonials went on a 19-game winning streak that saw them climb into the national rankings, set records and all but ensure the fulfillment of head coach Jonathan Tsipis’ goal.
If elected, Alex Cho, a sophomore studying political science and theater production, would be the first international student to lead the SA in recent history.
Tuesday, March 3 South Asian Heritage Celebration: Turban Day Learn how to tie turbans and other headwear with other students to celebrate South Asian heritages. 2:30 p.m. Kogan Plaza Tuesday, March 3 How to Find & Make the Most of Summer Internships & Shadowing Opportunities Still sweating your summer plans? This interactive workshop hosted by […]
GW released an email survey Thursday asking students about their social habits, relationships with faculty and how comfortable they feel on campus.
GW announced last week that Apple’s chief executive officer will be this year’s Commencement speaker. Experts say it’s an important step in building a relationship with a multi-millionaire who could eventually give a large donation.
GW’s chapter of an international advocacy group will lobby U.S. lawmakers this week to continue to support foreign aid and provide electricity to underdeveloped African countries.
Experts say those contracts are for research projects or scholarships funded by foreign governments – two areas that have grown over the last several years as universities shift to a more global focus – and are key to raising a school’s international profile.
The 45-minute journey is worth the time (and a little patience) because the University of Maryland has the college vibe GW lacks with its endless fast food, white-pillared Fraternity Row and student deals galore.
Forty-three students will travel to New York with GW for the first-ever Career Quest, made possible by the largest donation the Career Center has seen in its history. But officials say the program is just one of many that have rolled out across campus since the University began overhauling career services in 2012.