At least a dozen of the existing 16 graduate certificate programs in the business school will be available online by fall 2020.
February 28, 2019
Stories from the February 28, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Senior guard Mei-Lyn Bautista has missed the last two contests due to a possible concussion.
A sophomore with two years of Student Association experience announced her bid for the organization’s top spot Thursday.
Snow days and other cancellations are detrimental to both students and professors.
A freshman played a key role in the production of the Netflix short documentary “Period. End of Sentence,” which won an Oscar on Sunday.
Professors should lecture capture to enhance learning and increase the number of resources at students’ disposal.
The MSA is partnering with United Muslim Relief, a humanitarian relief organization, to raise money for Syrian refugees in Jordan.
The School of Business plans to launch a business minor for non-business students, officials announced last week.
Law school officials are creating an affinity group for black administrators to discuss race-related challenges in higher education.
For the first time in at least a decade, Program Board will not sponsor a debate co-hosted by the GW College Republicans and College Democrats.