Stereotypically speaking, people move to the suburbs seeking tranquility and safety. Generic Theatre Company's adaptation of the play "SubUrbia," opening this weekend in the Lisner Downstage, challenges that concept.
Thursday, November 19, 2009
For students who walk through Kogan Plaza daily, there might be more of a chance you'll see President Obama on your way to class than a young rock star casually strumming on his guitar.
For the first time in the event's history, the GW Law School's annual Van Vleck Moot Court in January will host an all-female panel of judges, law school Dean Frederick Lawrence said last week.
We are expanding the membership of our editorial board to include two non-Hatchet individuals who will focus solely on the staff editorial process.
Longtime White House journalist Helen Thomas delivered a steady stream of witty, often brutally honest remarks on the last 10 U.S. presidents to a full audience of students in the Elliott School Tuesday night.
A sophomore was arrested last week after more than 300 grams of marijuana was found in his room in Fulbright Hall.
For months, universities, employers and even President Barack Obama have been telling students and employees that now is a great time to enter graduate school, and from the 13 percent surge in graduate applications this year, it appears people are listening.
Of the many frustrations felt by GW students, none is more universal then the malice directed toward registration.
Greek-letter organizations vying for University-owned townhouses will find out whether or not their organization secured a space by Dec. 7, a University official said this week.
As GW students, we can do our unique part to streamline efficacy.
Journalists and former campaign officials told tales from the 2008 presidential election trail Monday night at the Elliott School, detailing the role of embedded reporters in one of the longest presidential campaigns in recent history.
The University announced Monday a former spokeswoman for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority has been named GW's media relations director, a position that has been vacant for nearly six months.
Ask students what their concerns are with the University, and many will put dining options at the top of their list.
Starting today, the University of Kentucky is a tobacco-free place. It's time for GW to follow suit.
What goes on behind the iconic, steadily clicking clock of "60 Minutes"? Around 500 alumni, students and members of the National Press Club found out Monday night at a taping of the Kalb Report.
GW is searching for a new university professor - the most prestigious and honored title the school can confer on a faculty member, an official confirmed this week.
For the GW sailing team, sport is as much fun as it is form.
Head coach Mike Bozeman's young GW women's basketball team had held the lead for only 57 seconds all game in Tuesday's match-up at North Texas before 5-foot-3 freshman guard Danni Jackson hit two free throws to give the team a one-point lead with 1:25 to play.
BOSTON - Senior Damian Hollis began last season slowly, a fact that head coach Karl Hobbs said last week put the team "behind the eight ball" and in an early hole from which it was difficult to escape once Hollis got on track later in the season.
Freshman Joseph Song woke up at 6:30 a.m. on Monday so he could be one of the first students of the day to register for classes. But like many students, Song ran into technical problems with the GWeb registration system that keep him from getting the classes he wanted.
Two students are facing drug charges after police seized marijuana, cocaine and drug paraphernalia from a Foggy Bottom townhouse last month in a raid that yielded five student arrests.
The Student Association's Dining Services Commission has met only once this semester and has made almost no progress on the changes to dining for which students have asked.
BOSTON - Freshman Lasan Kromah scored 17 points in a 69-59 victory that sent the young Colonials home with an unblemished 2-0 record after their season-opening road trip.
Steven Kelts balanced three boxes of pizza in one hand as he carefully removed his GWorld from his wallet and swiped into International House.
The GW College Democrats and College Republicans participated in an animated debate over energy policy Monday night in front of an audience of about 30 people.
Nearly 60 universities have surpassed the $50,000 benchmark for total cost and GW, once the most expensive school in the nation, is now listed in fifth place, according to a list compiled by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
With the Senate ready to begin tackling health care legislation in the coming month, members of the College Democrats Advocacy Team visited Capitol Hill on Wednesday.