Tuition revenue nationwide has flatlined this year, the first time in a decade the revenue schools bring in hasn’t grown, according to a new report.
November 23, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 16
Stories from the November 23, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
If you’re stuck in D.C. for Thanksgiving break, don’t despair – eat your way across the city.
With workers repairing at least one of the elevators last week, the University is still trying to fix the elevators, while seniors are still complaining about the inconvenience the outages cause in the nine-story building.
The city is breaking up a homeless encampment on Virginia Avenue.
Students from cities like Philadelphia and New York may get a much shorter trip back to GW in the next few years.
Information from The Washington Post.
The group will fundraise for partners that gather online educational content, place it in low-cost tablets and distribute them to refugees.
Media Credit: Kiana Robertson | Hatchet Staff Photographer The Washington Harbor Ice Skating Rink in Georgetown opened this week to the public and will be open daily through February.
D.C. officials went to China earlier this month, hoping to create jobs in the District by encouraging Chinese investors to consider putting money into D.C. businesses.
The CSE relocated offices in at least two residence halls, to make housing staff more available and visible to residents.