The University admitted 71 percent of applicants who applied early decision last fall.
December 7, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 17
Stories from the December 7, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A lecturer in the business school, was chosen as a coding fellow to reduce incarceration rates through software in local governments next year.
Forty-eight percent of men and 40 percent of women who applied to GW as freshmen last year were accepted.
The number of marijuana-related arrests in the city has dropped by about 99 percent just more than a year after marijuana was decriminalized in D.C.
Student veterans could soon have their own center to seek military advising and counseling.
Despite two poor scoring games, history says Kevin Larsen returns to form before long, and his overall body of work this season is still very strong.
GW added community service aide shifts at the doors to residence halls in buildings like Potomac House and Shenkman Hall.
Officials have not picked a new leader for online learning at GW, five weeks before the current director will leave his role.
Since 2007, the year University President Steven Knapp came to GW, 173 new tenure track faculty positions have been created and filled.
Students on one of GW’s satellite campuses will soon be able to take courses with professors teaching from Foggy Bottom.