This month, high school counselors mingled with college admissions officers in San Diego.
October 22, 2015
Stories from the October 22, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Over the past three weeks, at least six laptop thefts have been reported to the University Police Department, a trend that officials said they will continue to investigate.
Before the lights dimmed in the Smith Center, organizers, athletes and student groups of all kinds had to put it all together. Here’s how it all happened.
The University is hoping to draw in more applicants who are genuinely invested in going to GW.
In such a large academic community, students need to develop a relationship with one adviser, which the new CCAS advising system does not allow.
Students need more formal, up-front training about how to respond in an active shooter situation, whether in person or through an online training.
The University Writing Program aims to bring all students to the same standard of writing, but every freshman arrives at GW at a different writing level.
About 70 of GW’s most involved alumni will help pay students to work unpaid internships, the Alumni Association president announced Friday.
In her first year as a Colonial, Pavon has again been thrown into the mix with more senior teammates. She has started 12 games, tied with classmate Dani Frese for the most of any freshman player, all but the Colonials’ first two contests.
The Textile Museum’s newest exhibit “Old Patterns, New Order: Socialist Realism in Central Asia” opened on Oct. 10 and runs until May 29, free of charge.