Student leaders said a report detailing goals for undergraduate education uses does not offer concrete plans to address campus diversity and sustainability.
February 10, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 22
Stories from the February 10, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Divestment experts said nixing the university’s fossil fuel investments will make more of a “political statement” than a real environmental one.
Dana Bradley, who arrived in September, has helped lead a push by University President Thomas LeBlanc to improve GW’s institutional culture.
Learn how animals mate at the National Zoo, pet cats and eat sweets at Crumbs and Whiskers or get advice from an “evil” Cupid at a brewing company.
The ambassadors are organizing an event around Singles Awareness Day in the next few weeks to to encourage single students to meet up with others.
Officials said they hope the week has inspired participants to take more active roles in their local community.
GW’s new vice president of development for alumni relations and annual giving said she has worked to retain existing donors and increase outreach.
Officials held four meetings last week for urban planners to hear feedback from students, faculty and staff about the next iteration of GW’s campus blueprint.
Before you know it, someone could come along and like you for both your looks and personality. That time does not need to be Valentine’s Day.
Faculty said the journal’s transition to GW will strengthen the University’s reputation as a leader in business language instruction.