So when I hear of another one of my friends getting to that last round interviews or landing an offer they couldn’t refuse, I feel proud of them – but I feel a little sorry for them too.
May 11, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 1
Stories from the May 11, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The University restricted access to the terrace on the sixth floor of Duques Hall because of continued smoking there, University spokesman Kurtis Hiatt said. He said officials initially tried placing signs warning that the terrace would be closed if students continued smoking there.
Media Credit: Sam Hardgrove | Hatchet Staff Photographer Thousands of visitors and D.C. residents watched vintage planes from World War II fly over the National Mall on Friday to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory in Europe.
Neighborhood leaders are upset that the modification of GW’s campus plan won’t represent the number of students actually on campus and they fear it could lead GW to change it in the next round of campus planning.
Enrolling in GW is no longer a requirement to take a course in the Graduate School of Political Management.
The number of people moving out of the D.C. metropolitan area is larger than the number of people moving here from other states, the first time this has occurred in the last four years of available data.
The first female engineering student to graduate from GW died last month, leaving behind a legacy that inspired other female engineers to follow in her footsteps.
Information from the National Retail Foundation.
After a year-long conversation about whether to make counseling sessions free, officials are instead stretching UCC’s budget to support students in as many ways as they can.
The institute, which launched in 2003 and rechartered in 2009, created an online training program on Thursday, which offers anyone the opportunity to take a free 20-hour program to explain how to be an effective caregiver, often called a patient navigator, for someone with cancer.