Because MOOCs are designed by college professors and based on college courses, high schoolers can take them to show their mastery of a topic before ever enrolling.
April 13, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 33
Stories from the April 13, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Hatchet talked to drummer, surfer and self-proclaimed Beatles fanatic Lachlan West about the band’s quick ascent, party antics and criss-crossing the United States on tour.
Tuesday, April 14 Remembering the Holocaust: A Story of Loss, Love and Survival Peer into the lives of two Holocaust survivors who lost their relatives to genocide and shared their story in the memoir “Against All Odds” at an exhibition. 5 p.m. Gelman Library, Seventh floor Wednesday, April 15 Women in Leadership: Security Careers in […]
Destruction Corcoran School of the Arts and Design 4/1/15 – 1:50 p.m. Case closed A staff member reported a broken door latch, which was later returned by a student. – Referred for disciplinary action Liquor Law Violation Thurston Hall 4/2/15 – 4:45 a.m. Case closed University Police Department officers responded to a report of a […]
The only advantage of 4-RIDE now is that it’s free – but that means students who can’t afford a service like Uber are left without a reliable, efficient option.
We all share a lot of photos, and too many of them suck.
It marked the latest push in a series of fundraising efforts this year — but was the first ever highly public appeal to ask students from all grades to give while still paying tuition.
A team that head coach Margie Foster-Cunningham said had “hung in there for years as an academic institution” competed on national television in front of thousands in a cavernous arena at the University of Auburn in Alabama.
The dual pitcher-second baseman has been challenged by the grind of playing two positions in a season that could go more than 50 games.
Information from the Washington Post.