The announcement, which will be made live on Facebook, comes a little more than six months after the search for the University’s 17th president began.
After four years without any major design changes, a new main GW website launched last Thursday with new interactive and animated elements.
The GW Student Musician Coalition and the GW Feminist Student Union have partnered with WRGW to host the Fall Gig Saturday.
Most GW students have left for the summer, and with them they will take their happy smiles and joyous laughter. I for one, will miss them.
It’s tempting to block the University from our minds, but you should keep these issues on your radar while you’re lounging at the pool or fetching coffee as an intern this summer.
I’ve only been home in suburbia a few short days. But I already miss those things I took for granted.
The Commencement ceremony, which is held on the National Mall, will be held between the Washington Monument and the White House this year, a change from its former location between the Washington Monument and the Capitol Building.
When I head to the University-wide ceremony on the Mall, I can rest a little bit easier knowing that though I may not adore GW as an institution, the part of it that gave me my academic home for four years is still going strong – and that’s as good a reason to support the team as any.
For me, the people have always made this place. The experiences I’ve had with these people have been integral to my experience at this paper, and have shaped the past two and a half years of my life in ways I’ve never fully appreciated.
As incoming freshmen from our hometowns prepare to start their college careers, we should personally try to help them transition by giving advice, answering questions and offering help.