With the junior class living on campus next year, the incoming freshman class size and the lack of senior housing, GW must answer housing questions.
February 16, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 21
Stories from the February 16, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Budget cuts have forced admissions officers to change the way they interview prospective students.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health has been sponsoring Instagram ads for about a month with the intention of recruiting students.
Are you afraid that people are becoming robotic? Then you have to check out “Suspended Animation,” a new exhibit at the Hirshhorn that opened Feb. 10.
Information from the Pew Research Center.
The libraries introduced a new digital assistance program that will hold free lessons to improve participants’ coding and programming skills this month.
The Colonials are still in a better position than they were this time last year, but have work to do to reach their goal of making the NCAA Tournament.
Officials are assessing damages after a construction crew damaged the main sprinkler line in the Science and Engineering Hall while working on Tuesday.
Ask the players on the GW baseball team to describe sophomore Robbie Metz and a theme emerges.
Chris Hays, the mastermind behind baseball’s new conditioning program, hopes that the strength the team has built throughout the off-season will serve as the foundation for what seems to be a promising year for the Colonials.