For the first time this year, Alumni Weekend will include a networking event to connect alumni with students who are looking for jobs or internships.
September 21, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 7
Stories from the September 21, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Tuesday, Sept. 22 Latino Heritage Celebration: Latinas of Excellence y Cafe con Conexiones Mingle with Latina women who have successful careers while recognizing their Latino identities. 7:30 p.m. 1957 E St., Room B17 Wednesday, Sept. 23 Looking Towards the Future of the U.S.‒Japan Relationship: An Alumnus Perspective Discuss the future of the relationship between the […]
University spokesman Kurt Hiatt said in an email that Pelham Commons has offered Kosher meals in the past, but had removed them from the menu due to “low to nonexistent” consumption.
Jacqueline Dowd, who founded Florida’s first law firm for homeless clients, said her time at GW helped launch her career in activism and advocacy.
This season, setter Jordan Timmer has brought some surprises to the Colonials’ front line of defense after what she called a “blocking epiphany” at the Michigan Invitational at the beginning of the season.
Through its first five games, GW was outscored 11-4, outshot 70-42 and recorded just a single win, but head coach Craig Jones and his team have taken the disappointing start with a grain of salt.
After a slight reprieve from a slate of tough non-conference games, the women’s soccer team is hoping to open league play with some momentum.
Neighborhood leaders passed a resolution last week urging the D.C. government to complete renovations for the School Without Walls at Francis Stevens.
Information from NBC Washington.
When Michael Feuer took over as dean of GSEHD in 2010, he faced a school struggling to stay afloat in the highly competitive world of teacher training.