Andrew Sonn, the new director of the Office of Parent Services, aims to engage and educate parents in his new role.
October 12, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 10
Stories from the October 12, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Linda Livingstone, the dean of the School of Business, has prioritized preparing women and minorities to start careers in business since she came to GW last fall.
Media Credit: Anne McBride | Hatchet Photographer T-shirts hang in Freedom Plaza as part of the Clothesline Project, where domestic violence survivors can share experiences by drawing on the shirts and clipping them to the clothesline.
A group can raise as little as $2,000 and as much as $10,000 through GW Colonial Crowdfunding.
Theft Munson Hall 9/29/15 – Unknown time Case closed A student reported to the University Police Department that his laundry, that was supposed to have been cleaned and returned by a laundry service, was missing. A report on the incident was created. – Referred to MPD Shoplifting Marvin Center 10/1/15 – 4:50 p.m. Case closed […]
Communicating with parents is a high priority for GW’s two top administrators who work with parents.
Parents are writing checks for more than just tuition, room and board.
The creative writing program will lose eight faculty members in January because of budget cuts, the program’s director, Lisa Page, confirmed this month.
Some faculty questioned officials’ methods for comparing GW’s benefits to peer schools, but all members supported applying benefits changes to their staffs.
The School of Business has two new leaders for undergraduate and graduate programs, the school’s dean confirmed last week.