The development office is “leveling-off” with new hires as the close of the $1 billion campaign draws nearer.
February 22, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 22
Stories from the February 22, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Center for Student Engagement will host office hours for first-generation students for the first time.
Researchers are studying members and presidents of GW student organizations to determine what characteristics make good decision-makers.
Both fires in Fulbright Hall this academic year were caused by students throwing cigarettes in trash cans, a University official said.
Roger Peverley, a professor emeritus of physics, died on Feb. 6. He was committed to his physics research and educating others, physics faculty said.
Media Credit: Kiana Robertson | Hatchet Staff Photographer Niemat Ahmadi, right, founder of the Darfur Women Action Group, and volunteer Manuela Chyang led a demonstration next to the White House on Friday that advocated for more coverage of violent situations in Darfur.
The Metro is trying to make riders feel safer by adding more visible forms of law enforcement to the system.
GW’s first peer support hotline is on track to open this fall with 20 student volunteers running the program.
Nina Seavey’s most recent film got picked up by a distributer last week, and will be the first short documentary film sold to video streaming companies.
Erika Feinman, a junior with a year of experience on the Student Association Senate, announced her candidacy for SA President Monday.