GW was listed as one of the top universities with the most women gaining degrees in engineering and computer science.
October 21, 2016
Stories from the October 21, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
If GW released its anonymous admissions data in full, it would be a valuable step toward transparency in light of its “data-gate” scandals in the past.
If the MSSC wants to develop a more inclusive campus community , officials should add sessions that address political diversity.
Laptop thefts, which have been in both residence halls and academic buildings, all remain unsolved.
Researchers received more than $88.3 million in funding over the past three months – a 135 percent increase from this time last year.
Student affairs is handling budget cuts by trimming down the amount they spend on travel and consolidating positions in the office.
The Alumni Association is piloting a new outreach system this month to increase alumni engagement in a more systematic way.
Online learning leaders want faculty to get better at teaching online courses.
GW’s first-ever director of women’s athletics, Lynn George, died on Oct. 1. She was 89 years old.
Haitian students and members of GWU Haiti said that after the tragedy, they knew they had to find ways to help the country and support one another.