Maria de la Fuente, the director of the Spanish language program, said the program has been unable to recruit or maintain adjunct faculty to teach the courses because of low pay and a lack of job security.
September 15, 2016
Stories from the September 15, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Some faculty members have been struggling to find places to teach their language courses – some even wandering buildings to claim empty classrooms.
Upperclassmen can now choose to have dining plans normally assigned to younger students.
Sustainability leaders on campus are starting new projects to help the University reach its green goals.
A new grant program will help sustainable student projects get off the ground.
A proposed Metro schedule could shut down the subway at midnight daily.
A University spokesman confirmed this week that three rooms in Munson Hall are being treated for pests.
Jodi Kanter, a professor of theatre, published a book last month that analyses presidential libraries as performances that shape American identities.
Students need more information about voting in their home states’ elections or on changing their states of residency to vote in the District.
Updated: Sept. 15, 2016 at 3:28 p.m. GW’s College Republicans are sticking with their decision not to endorse Donald Trump in this presidential election. The group announced in a statement this summer that they will not endorse the Republican presidential nominee, citing an array opinions within their membership about the national party’s candidate selection. The […]