By initiating better understanding between domestic and international students through culture-related assignments, we can further strengthen our community.
May 22, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 3
Stories from the May 22, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Sometimes student advocacy can feel slow, but it is always worth the challenge when the end result is making improvements in the everyday lives of students.
Preparing for a D.C. summer means staking out shady spots, cranking up the air conditioner and most importantly – finding a pool to cool off in.
Former SA President Erika Feinman presented the Board with a list of recommendations detailing how to add a student to the University’s highest governing body.
The Board voted to approve the budget for the next fiscal year on Friday, with less funding for large constructions projects and more for financial aid.
Students should be on the lookout this summer and over the next year for developments on these three stories.
Community leaders said Knapp was receptive to neighbors’ concerns about off-campus student noise and GW’s expansion in Foggy Bottom.
Ed Martin, the deputy chief information officer in the Division of Information Technology, said the center would close to focus more on mobile support.
Fourteen baseball seniors from head coach Gregg Ritchie’s first recruiting class entered GW as teammates and left with life-long friendships.
The announcement marked the signature achievement of the University’s efforts to use donations to fund campus projects. But even as the milestone passed, officials said there were still areas of the University that had not been fully explored as sources of donations.