Actress and singer Jennifer Lopez preforms at Verizon Center Friday night. Lopez is touring with her husband Marc Anthony and will release her new album "Brave" on Tuesday.
Monday, October 8, 2007
GW's chapter of Amnesty International is hoping to bring Burma closer to home. On Friday the student organization participated in the National Campus Day of Action for Burma.
The Elliott School announced the creation of a new Institute for International Economic Policy Wednesday. The Institute will explore issues related to globalization.
Republican presidential candidates gathered in downtown D.C. Friday morning to praise tax cuts, limited government and conservative financial policies.
Students last week wrapped around Lisner Auditorium to buy tickets for upcoming shows - a rare sight on 21st Street.
The Student Association is expected to disburse over $250,000 among about 200 student organizations Tuesday, but three graduate student organizations are slated to receive about 40 percent of that money.
The Student Association will set aside more than $170,000 for co-sponsorships - the most the SA has ever set aside for the fund.
GW Assistant professor of dance, Dana Tai Soon, was given the D.C. Metro Dance Award for outstanding overall large production last month.
The D.C. City Council voted unanimously to withdraw its approval of a bill to sell public land in the West End area to a private developer.
A new initiative has GW working hard to not follow in the footstep of the District's large carbon footprint.
A former student convicted of drug charges lost an appeal in D.C. Superior Court, after stating that the evidence used in his case was found in an unconstitutional search by UPD officers.
A lawsuit filed against the University for breach of contract will return to the courts after the parties failed to reach an agreement in mediation, the plaintiff's attorney said last week.
Administrators were forced this fall to begin charging fees for students who vomit on the Mount Vernon shuttle, saying each incident costs hundreds of dollars to resolve.
Six thousand people helped raise more than $1 million for the Whitman-Walker Clinic in the 21st annual AIDS Walk Washington Saturday morning.
Every fall a fair share of student organizations are upset, as they feel that they did not receive their fair share of the available Student Association allocation.
The recent defeat of the proposed student fee increase should not be the end of the line.
Thirty-five percent of GW students who try to donate are not able due to iron deficiency.
For the first time in several years, the University is offering tickets for the Colonials Weekend headline act to the general public.
Maybe we don't need to be spending large amounts of housing money on LLCs when there are obviously other things that many students would like more.
Becky Wilson and Victor Danau, juniors and co-presidents of the Colonial Army, are putting what they've learned in psychology class to practical use.
GW's softball team finished its fall season with a thud, scoring just one run while losing both games of a doubleheader Saturday at Mount Vernon.
GW student participants in D.C.'s Big Brother Big Sister program say they are extremely happy to be involved with the organization.
The GW women's soccer team outlasted fellow Atlantic 10 strugglers St. Bonaventure 2-0 Sunday afternoon to snap a three-game losing streak.
Prior to my departure to Vienna I was alerted to many things including the vast amounts of PDA I would encounter.
While the past several seasons providing ever-inundating frocks and frills, the figure was forgotten- thrown to the wind and replaced in the name and crusade of fashion.
I think sometimes we tend to fixate on numbers because it makes easier for us to judge our actions and, and more often, others' actions. I prefer to think of my past sex partners in much more individual and detailed terms
When Elliott School professor Tim Clark turned 40, he got a new hobby. Proudly propped against a couch in his office, Clark's blue Kris Holm unicycle epitomizes the creativity that he brings to his classroom every day.
Junior Lindsay Brook said she does get her clothes dry cleaned often, but she knows she would never sue the dry cleaners on E Street or Pennsylvania Avenue that she frequents.
Web ExtraThirty-five thousand locals gathered at the Washington Convention Center this weekend to celebrate the fourth annual Green Festival.
Breaking News Monday, Oct. 8 3:36 p.m. University officials are investigating several hundred posters hung around campus this morning attacking the Muslim community.
Breaking News Tuesday, Oct. 9 2:45 a.m. More than 100 people - including GW students, administrators and local media - converged on the Hippodrome at Marvin Center Monday night to express outrage over an anti-Muslim poster hung around campus early Monday morning.
Breaking News Tuesday, Oct. 9 9:35 p.m. A group of seven GW students sent an e-mail to The Hatchet late Tuesday night admitting to hanging hundreds of controversial posters around campus early Monday morning. The students - Adam Kokesh, freshman Yong Kwon, senior Brian Tierney, freshman Ned Goodwin, Maxine Nwigwe, Lara Masri and Amal Rammah - said their motives were misinterpreted.