Officials filled two roles in the Division of Student Affairs, while a director in the Center for Student Engagement will depart at the end of this month.
May 14, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 2
Stories from the May 14, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Planning an itinerary that entertains rowdy siblings, while making sure your grandparents won’t be aching the whole day can be difficult.
GW can help students learn the basics of budgeting by training incoming students on how to spend wisely, which students can apply toward post-college spending.
The School of Nursing is taking the first steps to raise its research profile and institute a “students-first” program.
GWPD responded to a report from two female roommates who said two other female students harassed them online, in text and in person at a residence hall.
CCAS faculty said Dean Ben Vinson will leave a legacy of engaging staff and establishing interdisciplinary programs.
In interviews, social science researchers said officials often grant more funds to STEM majors – making them feel their research is undervalued.
Two juniors are teaching students how cryptocurrency could be applied to career paths in fields like international affairs and journalism.
Carter Day and Matthew Lange never competed in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the collegiate level before this season.
With one more regular season series left, head coach Gregg Ritchie said the team needs to hit and pitch like they did Sunday to remain in postseason play.