Professors need to be conscious of students’ other obligations during the summer and allow students more flexibility in their class deadlines.
August 26, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 5
Stories from the August 26, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Hatchet’s Welcome Back Guide has everything you need to know for a smooth transition back into the semester.
Here are the top signings, releases and other developments across GW sports that you may have missed this summer.
If you’re trying to get a leg up in your field of interest, here are some tips on how to nab an internship this fall.
Storage hacks like closet organizers or ottomans that can be used as storage will help you stay organized as you enter the new school year
Anchor your closet with a few thoughtfully chosen staples to help transition from summer to fall.
Don’t wait until homework piles up to seriously focus on classes. Follow these tips to stay organized and prepared for your first week.
Heading into year No. 2, Vogel said she developed a system to become a more accessible administrator and plans to roll out several Smith Center enhancements.
Decreasing the student population by 20 percent and growing STEM on campus could have unintended negative outcomes.
Take a look at some of the biggest stories from the summer before beginning the academic year.