Grad students can offer both graduating seniors and underclassmen valuable career insights, connections and resources, and it’s time we start putting real effort into our relationships with our more senior counterparts.
April 16, 2015
Stories from the April 16, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Sunday’s come-from-behind, 9-5 rubber match decision was more than just the Colonials’ first conference series win.
Sorority sisters have rallied around Zoe Alves, dedicating their spring philanthropy event to her and receiving support from both social and multicultural Greek chapters.
Richard Ruiz said his goal is to give the about 25,000 attending the May 17 ceremony on the National Mall a speech that reminds them of the importance of imagination when trying to create change.
For one sophomore, pulling an all-nighter means monitoring servers and video chatting coders in India.
The institute will look to increase the school’s research portfolio and build alumni connections in a region that officials have pinpointed as a top priority.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health was one of 30 public health and nursing schools to sign onto a White House campaign.
Dozens of GW students, faculty and alumni supported Ready for Hillary over its two-year run.
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.
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.