Dean John Lach said he wants to create an identifiable brand for the School of Engineering and Applied Science by emphasizing GW’s non-STEM strengths.
March 9, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 26
Stories from the March 9, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW’s use of energy-efficient lights has saved 18 million kilowatt hours over the past four years, the amount of energy equal to powering 2,150 homes for a year.
A partnership between medical school and Virginia-area community colleges has boosted enrollment five years after its initial implementation, officials said.
Junior Zoe Foo Yuk Han became the first Colonial on the men’s or women’s side to be named a First-Team All American.
Eight fires occurred in 2019, the majority of which started from a kitchen appliance, like a microwave or stovetop.
Students returning from abroad amid COVID-19 worries said “vague” communication from officials has left their future plans for the semester up in the air.
The total value of the University’s endowment decreased in market value by 1.13 percent in fiscal year 2019, from about $1.80 billion to about $1.78 billion.
Cherry blossoms are expected to bloom between March 27 and 30 this year, about four days earlier than the anticipated date last year.
There are dozens of events happenings around D.C. to celebrate the month, but here are the top six events to mark on your calendar.
We propose that the University align itself with eight peers and meet 100 percent of the demonstrated financial need of its students.