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Cook, who has been with Apple since 1998, told Fortune magazine that he wants to continue to direct his riches toward worthwhile organizations after he pays for his 10-year-old nephew’s college education.
A total of 5,456 students voted in this year’s election.
Junior Andie Dowd was elected the next president of the Student Association on Thursday, winning the election with 48.7 percent of the vote.
- To improve student group management, CSE undergoes internal review March 27, 2015The Center for Student Engagement is taking a look at the way it manages student organizations through an internal review this semester.
- GW's chapter of SAE to undergo investigation as part of nationwide review, but in good standing March 27, 2015GW’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon will be included in the national organization's review of all chapters, but an official for the fraternity confirmed that GW's group is in good standing.
- With roles in major discoveries, GW's anthropology researchers find success March 27, 2015The University’s anthropology department and its researchers have played leading roles in major, recent discoveries in the archaeological field, which faculty say has come as funding and hiring for the department has increased over the past few years.
- With three surveys instead of one, responses to post-graduation questionnaire almost double March 27, 2015Students may have been less likely to respond if they were only asked once and didn’t want to share that they didn’t yet have a job.
- Majority of tenure-track hires are women as University pushes for more diverse faculty March 27, 2015Those hires signal the University’s overall focus on adding more diverse faculty to its ranks, a key goal of University President Steven Knapp’s administration.