Media Credit: Jordan McDonald | Hatchet Staff Photographer Senior Jasmine Vicencio, left, and midshipman Barbara Dash, right, pie Lt. Chase Johnson, a professor of naval science, center, as part of Camp Kesem GW’s “Pie A Professor Day.” The events aimed to raise enough money to send 100 children of cancer patients to a free, week-long […]
April 27, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 35
Stories from the April 27, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Athletic director Patrick Nero said that his department will continue to grow because the athletic department can do something that others can’t: Bring in outside revenue to cover the cuts and keep growing.
Three D.C. universities – GW, Howard and Catholic universities – have made significant cuts this month as part of university budget reductions.
From placing lily pads in the Anacostia River to planting seeds with eager children, GW students are focusing on making D.C. more environmentally friendly, thanks to a kickstart from a University sponsor.