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September 17, 2015
Stories from the September 17, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The University is treating rooms in Munson Hall for a “pest issue,” a GW spokesman confirmed last week.
The Graduate School of Education and Human Development building is long overdue for a renovation, and there are no concrete plans to improve the structure.
Faculty were asked to upload syllabi for their past courses online. About 400 professors have uploaded their syllabi to the registrar website.
A Faculty Senate resolution requires 50 percent of faculty representatives from a single school in the senate to have received tenure or be tenure-track.
Ryan Tucker and Caroline Wolfe, seniors, are the captains of their respective cross country teams and have lived through the program’s transformation.
The number of liquor law violations in the first two weekends of school this year was less than half the average number of violations in the time frame from the past five years.
Experts say that it’s usually the donor’s decision not to reveal the amount of a gift and it’s in the University’s best interest not to try to convince the donor to release that detail, even if big gifts can help encourage potential donors to pull out their checkbooks.
For the volleyball team to reach its goals this season, outside production will have to emerge as another team strength for the Colonials to avoid being one-dimensional.
In order to make better retention a realistic priority, officials need a specific plan of action – something we haven’t yet been given.