Through the Challenge Detroit program, Paulina Kriska will live in Detroit for a year to create policy solutions for some of the city’s most pressing issues.
September 8, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 5
Stories from the September 8, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Gelman Library’s first floor will undergo renovations as early as this fall to accommodate for GW’s collection of Winston Churchill’s writings and research.
James Winchester has joined GW as the head coach of the men’s and women’s swimming programs after coaching stops at the University of New Orleans and Utah.
With a new senior associate provost of international affairs, faculty no longer question how their programs will continue without Lerman’s leadership.
Because of the increase, Knapp said GW is in “better shape” and said there will be no further budget cuts.
All but three buildings, Gelman, the Marvin Center, and the Science and Engineering Hall, will be closed to the general student population on Sundays.
Mason McAllister, a former adjunct professor who taught newspaper editing and design for 30 years in SMPA, died this past month.
University President Steven Knapp said that he will center this year around increasing the number of students who remain at and graduate from GW.
Nicholas Upton, a junior in the Elliott School of International Affairs, would emphasize the importance of unity to his friends.
It’s tempting to take a lighter course load as a senior, but it’s counterproductive to devote a semester to something other than learning.