Trustee emeritus A. James Clark will be remembered for leading the company that’s built some of the University’s most recognizable buildings and offering advice to students about how to model after his path to success.
March 23, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 30
Stories from the March 23, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The music department will shrink by at least 40 percent next year to cut back on costly one-on-one teaching expenses, several faculty members said in the last week.
Leaders from the D.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence will meet this spring with the schools, including GW’s peers Georgetown and American universities, to plan the details of the training.
University President Steven Knapp’s response to another swastika found in International House last week both broke the news and answered questions before they could be asked.
Demand for counseling has risen at GW and across the country, putting more pressure on administrators to shorten the lag time between when students seek help and when they are seen in an office.
The director of the Center for Student Engagement said it was now time to pass along the responsibilities to someone who may be able to offer a fresher perspective.
When writer and activist Stacy Parker Le Melle was a freshman at GW, she wrote poetry in her room in Thurston Hall and took walks to the White House. A few months into fall 1992, that walk became her commute.
A museum full of 5,000-year-old rugs may not be the first place that comes to mind as an ideal location for a student hub, but the University is hoping to convince you otherwise.
A committee reported that total compensation lags behind that of peer institutions and schools with similar costs of living because GW’s fringe benefits are small compared to those of its competitors.
For the first time in at least five years, the Student Association Senate’s finance committee won’t be led by a senator who has already served as chair or vice chair.