The warmly lit photos capture her relatives in candid moments of self-reflection as they hold hands after a meal and wander the barren landscape around the new house.
April 9, 2015
Stories from the April 9, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
GW announced Wednesday that 46 staffers had been laid off, just a week after revealing a plan to clarify employees’ understanding of how to rise in the ranks of their departments.
Click through Faces of D.C. and get to know the community figures who keep the District vibrant.
It’s time to consider the adoption of a more holistic approach to tackling mental health issues.
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For the first time next fall, students in the GW School of Business’ Bachelor of Science in Finance program will no longer need to fulfill G-PAC requirements to complete their mandatory second major outside of the business school.
The 20-year-old freshman was thrust into a high-stakes situation, where he was asked to be a key contributor to a team that was coming off an NCAA Tournament berth and trying to make its first repeat appearance since 2007.
Five clinicians have joined the University Counseling Center since December, adding specific skills to the short-term facility ranging from dealing with drug addiction cases to working with law students.
The University will streamline requirements for the dean’s list across campus next academic year after historically having different standards for each school.
Your new favorite international cuisine may be hiding under the guise of a typical pizza and burger joint.