Foggy Bottom residents want nighttime noise rules in D.C. to start applying to airplanes.
October 19, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 11
Stories from the October 19, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Bell Hall is being treated for asbestos, a University spokesman confirmed Friday.
As a $1 billion campaign draws near the finish line, GW’s fundraising chief is focusing on making himself present on campus to keep donations rolling in.
Media Credit: Rachel Smilan-Goldstein | Senior Staff Designer
Researchers at GW have been awarded a grant from the National Institute of Health to develop the first national chimpanzee brain resource.
Ten students from Atlanta, whittled down from a pool of more than 1,400 nominees, will attend GW on full-tuition scholarships next fall.
Officials are rethinking GW’s leadership structure as they prepare for the chief academic officer to step down in January.
The call center will likely be open three to four nights a week, but other details like what training sessions will include have not been announced.
College graduates are in debt and lack the basic financial knowledge needed to control it, according to one professor at GW’s business school.
After a pay cut, full-time faculty who historically taught master’s of finance courses refused to teach them this semester.