The members of Holychild credit their success to having a comprehensive education — an opportunity they say GW students who have a zest for music but different majors will now miss out on.
March 30, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 31
Stories from the March 30, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
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I don’t regret coming to GW as a member of the GOP. It has given me a unique perspective on the left/right divide, and if nothing else, has made me so much happier with the position I’m in now: I openly call myself an independent.
Those students will take classes within both schools to meet the “growing demand” for analysts with expertise in law and education.
This summer, one junior and computer science major will move from the city of political junkies to the nexus of techies for a dive into the world of startups.
Simple Assault (Domestic)/Threats Potomac House Unknown Date and Time Case closed A female GW student reported that in the fall of 2013, her then-boyfriend, who was also a GW student, threatened and assaulted her. – Referred for disciplinary action Robbery Pick Pocket/Credit Card Fraud 2200 Pennsylvania Ave. (Sweetgreen) 3/19/15 – 6:30 to 7 p.m. Case […]
Kopriva has never been a star on the court, often winning more accolades for his academic performance than his athletic prowess.
The Corcoran will surely bring benefits to GW over time, but these cuts to the music department have an immediate and drastic impact on students.
California-based Marketo announced last week that it will help officials at the business school track students throughout their time at GW and look for enrollment patterns.
OrgSync will offer student leaders a one-stop program to make their own websites, send messages to members, keep track of their budgets and request event space around campus.