The number of students who enrolled at GW after being accepted, a number known as yield rate, in 2014 dropped three percent compared to the year before.
October 26, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 12
Stories from the October 26, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The University is searching for a new administrator to oversee counseling to its minority students.
2006 graduate Kristen Taylor released a book touting the benefits of regular yoga practice and mindful eating in September.
Osuchukwu has had to make her game more versatile and practice getting kills from different locations on the court and along the net.
GW needs language-specific liaisons for parents of international students to help bridge communication gaps between GW and international parents.
In a season of firsts, the men’s and women’s cross country teams will gun for their first-ever conference championship this Halloween in Richmond. The question for the program is: Will they come in ahead of schedule this year?
Media Credit: Alyssa Bogosian | Hatchet Photographer Students decorated pumpkins with colorful features outside of Kogan Plaza this Saturday as part of a contest held by the GW College Democrats. The competition’s grand prize is a ticket for priority seating at next semester’s “Only at GW” debate.
As GW’s online learning chief steps down from his spot in January, University leaders say the loss won’t impact GW’s online offerings.
GW is looking for a new leader to bring in donations from parents.
The Center for Career Services has received more than $7 million in major donations over the past two years.