As the University prepares for the provost’s departure and a search for a new official, faculty say Lerman leaves big shoes to fill.
August 31, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 4
Stories from the August 31, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Here are some tips for before, during and after your first adviser meeting so you stay organized and on top of it.
From crime scene photography courses to classes about aliens, spend a few hours a week indulging in a field outside of your major.
From former NASA researchers to activists in the early gay rights movement, these four new professors won’t just teach from the book — they’ll teach from their own experiences too.
We help you plan ahead so you can enjoy your fall back into D.C. sans stress.
Still haven’t found a fall job yet? Whether you’re fresh out of high school or looking to graduate, here’s where you can go to snag a job or internship.
Over the summer ESPN announced it would broadcast the men’s Nov. 16 basketball game and GW became one of the largest test-optional universities.
Sometimes, it’s worth leaving behind your GWorld card to indulge in some of the District’s finest cuisines — well, as long as Chipotle qualifies.
Ditch the shopping mall at Pentagon City and head to one of these thrift stores or unique boutiques for more unique finds – and better prices.
After making it out of the first year at GW, here is some real advice for freshman year, from one GW student to another.