Listen to news editors talk about renovations on VSTC, the School of Business’ budget deficit and the recent increase in students with disabilities.
September 17, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 8
Stories from the September 17, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW raised $115.7 million last fiscal year from more than 22,000 donors – the fifth-highest amount fundraised in the University’s history.
For his junior curatorship at the D.C. Arts Center, Johnson put together two exhibits that explore identity and celebrate LGBTQ artists.
The Colonials (4-3-1) have not found the back of the net in four games – including three loses – heading into Atlantic 10 play.
On the top floor of the Science and Engineering Hall, plants, bees and rare flowers sit in a nursery side-by-side in line with the D.C. skyline.
Four students listed on the committee to develop diversity training for incoming students said they had little to no input in the first training this summer.
Senior infielder Riley Tejcek and sophomore diver Nick Tomczyk will be commissioned into the Marines and Navy, respectively, after graduating from GW.
The number of students registered with the disabilities office has surged, which experts attributed to more students feeling comfortable seeking accommodations.
The Colonial Health Center is offering two group sessions this semester titled “#MeToo – You Are Not Alone.”
The business school missed its anticipated graduate school enrollment this year by nearly 30 percent, resulting in a multimillion-dollar deficit, faculty said.