Not all spurts of illness happen during business hours, and not all students are even able to make an appointment time during the workday because of classes and work schedules. We live in a 24/7 world, and it is time for our health clinic to reflect that.
March 27, 2015
Stories from the March 27, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Center for Student Engagement is taking a look at the way it manages student organizations through an internal review this semester.
GW’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon will be included in the national organization’s review of all chapters, but an official for the fraternity confirmed that GW’s group is in good standing.
The University’s anthropology department and its researchers have played leading roles in major, recent discoveries in the archaeological field, which faculty say has come as funding and hiring for the department has increased over the past few years.
After going down with an injury last year, pitcher Paige Kovalsky is looking to bring consistency to the Colonials’ rotation.
Students may have been less likely to respond if they were only asked once and didn’t want to share that they didn’t yet have a job.
Those hires signal the University’s overall focus on adding more diverse faculty to its ranks, a key goal of University President Steven Knapp’s administration.
The iconic characters are all grown up in the first production that GW’s department of theatre and dance will perform this year.
Tuesday night, there was little real discussion about how the candidates would implement their platforms during either the presidential or executive vice presidential debates.
After setting a program record for the most wins in a season and preparing all year for a shot to play on a national stage, the Colonials cruised to their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2008. But GW’s moment in primetime was short-lived.