More than seven months into the fiscal year, the University has raised less than a third of its annual fundraising goal, a member of the Board of Trustess said last week.
Thursday, February 18, 2010
A female student was forcibly fondled in Gelman Library last weekend, according to a University Crime Alert sent out Wednesday afternoon.
The new head of the University's Office of Development outlined broad plans for increasing fundraising and called for the creation of a culture of philanthropy at GW Wednesday during a meeting announcing his appointment to the position.
Around 170 GW seniors applied to Teach For America this year, a TFA spokeswoman said this week, and the service-oriented program is continuing to see a sharp rise in applicants.
When the best rebounding team in the Atlantic 10 comes to town, it's time to hit the boards.
The investigation into Adams Mill, the bar where sophomore Laura Treanor drank the night she died of alcohol poisoning, is still pending after nearly five months, a D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration spokesman said Wednesday.
Student organizations raised more than $7,500 for relief efforts following the devastating earthquake in Haiti, but at least one organization has yet to deposit its raised funds, a GW official said Tuesday.
Students and staff at American University are currently testing student ID cards that are compatible with Metro's SmarTrip technology, but a GW official said Saturday that the advanced technology is not currently an option for GW.
Raised in New York City's Spanish Harlem by her Puerto Rican parents, GW Law School alumna Carmen Ortiz's Massachusetts residence isn't too far up the coast from her hometown.
Chances are that as you stacked pancakes onto your plate at Midnight Breakfast or watched your favorite dance groups battle it out in the Lisner Auditorium, you didn't give much thought to the student organization that put it all together.
The residents of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house plan to begin moving brothers back into the house later this month after being displaced when the house's roof was deemed a danger after last week's historic snowstorm, the fraternity's president said Monday.
All six candidates for Student Association executive office have one thing in common: they are all in Greek-letter organizations.
Finding romance is never easy, but some female students at GW say that thanks to a double-digit gender imbalance, finding a boyfriend may be just as hard of an assignment as acing an astronomy exam or churning out a term paper.
Last issue, The Hatchet looked at ways to secure a credit card, even with less-than-perfect credit. In the third installment of the personal finance series, professor of finance Neil Cohen explains four ways to reduce loan costs and make sure you have got a loan that will work for you.
The simple truth is that GW missed too many days of school to not hold make-up classes. This left the University with few options, none of them particularly good.
Chris Knott did not go to the Black Cat on Sunday to listen to music. He went to sell it.
An A-line dress printed with the iconic Campbell's soup cans. An oil portrait of George Washington.
It is disheartening that all six candidates for Student Association president and executive vice president are part of the Greek-letter community.
Already a veteran of the GW theater scene, sophomore Kate Meroski has acted in several plays and choreographed "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" last semester. Meroski took time off from directing Forbidden Planet Productions' rendition of "Closer" to talk with Hatchet Arts.
Moving up from 10th to ninth place may seem trivial from the outside, but the games that decide who sits in front of whom in the conference standings are often some of the most hard-fought in a season, and GW's Wednesday night win over Massachusetts was no exception.
Internationally acclaimed expert on the Middle East Neil Lazarus said the rise of social media and an increase in tourism to Israel can help bolster Israel's image worldwide at an event Tuesday night at the Hillel.
Instead of continuing my internship at the National Institutes of Health this summer, I was in inpatient treatment for an eating disorder, which had been developing and worsening for the previous three and a half years.
A GW professor created a network of business women by collecting personal stories to communicate, teach, share and mentor others about how to negotiate finding a balance between having a personal life and school or work-the Hot Mammas Project.
By simply showing up to the GW vs. Georgetown snowball fight, University President Steven Knapp demonstrated a connection with the student body that we have never seen before.
We as students must accept the solution provided by the University and appreciate the mid-semester break which we have already been given.