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November 16, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 15
Stories from the November 16, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
If you want to land your dream internship, don’t be afraid of basic tasks and always remain professional.
The Renwick Gallery re-opens with new innovative exhibit and as a new resource for students.
Last Tuesday 23 percent of faculty from across the University participated in an assembly to vote on including non-tenured faculty in the Faculty Senate.
Student Association Executive Vice President Casey Syron asked each of the student government’s committees to think of ways to cut everyday costs for students.
Students in Greek life are being asked to donate to more than just philanthropy events this year.
Expert Finder, a new program that will bring multiple schools’ faculty databases into one simple searchable website, was introduced to the Faculty Senate.
Kappa Alpha usually raises money for muscular dystrophy patients, but the fraternity said it changed the week’s focus to reflect the impact Upton had.
Beecher, who met Clinton when she interned at Clinton’s campaign headquarters in Brooklyn, said Clinton had been her “role model” since she was young.
The Division of Student Affairs advisory council held their first in-person meeting and focused the conversation on student life and feedback on DSA plans.