The D.C. Director of Student Veterans of America and co-founder of GW Veterans Brian Hawthorne voiced support for the Post-9/11 GI Bill Sept. 9.
Monday, September 13, 2010
Results of a poll by a GW administrator and six students show that Mayor Adrian Fenty is 13 points behind GW alumnus Vincent Gray in D.C.'s Democratic mayoral primary.
In an interview with local journalists, D.C. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton said D.C.-area students should care "a lot" about D.C. politics.
More than 100 members of the GW community gathered in Kogan Plaza Saturday evening to remember the nine GW alumni who lost their lives nine years ago in the Sept. 11 attacks.
Just days before the Sept. 14 Democratic primary for D.C.'s mayoral race, three polls are placing GW alumnus Vincent Gray ahead of incumbent Adrian Fenty by more than 5 percentage points.
Junot Diaz, an award-winning author, will help kick off this year's Latino Heritage Celebration on campus Sept. 16 in the Marvin Betts Theatre.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan praised GW's long-standing partnership with the School Without Walls Thursday.
Students who turned to the GW Bookstore to stock up on textbooks and workbooks for classes had another option this year with the Rent-A-Text book rental program.
Monday Egypt on the Brink Three political scientists with experience in Egypt will discuss the country's political future. Lindner Family Commons 12 p.m. Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind. The ranking member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations will discuss America's nuclear strategy.
It is that time of the semester when students are adjusting to classes, working through long lists of required readings and are actually attempting to stay on top of those readings.
This past spring, Wikimedia contacted several U.S. universities, including GW, with an idea to improve reliability on Wikipedia: college student contributors.
The organization in charge of doling out punishments for various behavioral infractions on campus has, for too long, treated students unfairly.
Self-described fiscal conservative Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, broke party ranks Tuesday to disagree with President Barack Obama's $50 billion stimulus package proposal.
Hussain Patel operates a tight schedule. He wakes for morning prayer at 5:30 a.m., gets in a little more sleep before class and then goes to his internship - all while fasting.
Many GW students took issue with Justin Guiffré's column suggesting that a school publication - mainly its Twitter account @GWToday - was damaging our school's reputation.
An abundance of misguided religious commentary has been unleashed in recent weeks.
With its bright colors and bold, striking interior, it's not hard to imagine you're in New York - or better yet, Paris - when you step into Western Bistro.
Marvin Center are still in limbo, with no definite proposals for what the space, formerly occupied by a FedEx Kinkos and a computer lab, will become.
The proposed financial plan for the Science and Engineering Complex sparked debate between members of the Faculty Senate Friday regarding the accuracy of the $275 million cost estimate.
University Yard played host to the D.C. VegFest Saturday afternoon, an outdoor festival that advocated for vegetarian lifestyles, sustainability and animal amnesty.
Cries of "Obama makes Carter look smarter" rang through the air as an estimated 30,000 people gathered in front of the U.S. Capitol building for the 9/12 Taxpayers March.
Previously located in Smith Hall, the Visitor Center moved over the summer to make room for new classroom and academic space. It is officially scheduled to open this week.
The Innovation Task Force will potentially save the University $11.5 million yearly through six new plans the administration will begin implementing over the next six months.
The School of Public Health and Health Services was the most selective undergraduate school within the University this year, according to data given to The Hatchet.
The Colonials fell 1-0 in the 97th minute against Loyola Md. on the road Friday night.
For men's water polo player Daniel Tyner, there is the added obstacle of trying to balance his team's four-hour-a-day practice schedule with new classes, new friends and new surroundings.
GW men's soccer mounted an impressive second-half comeback, but lost out to Mount Saint Mary 4-3.
More than 2,000 students and community members headed into the D.C.-area Saturday for the annual Freshman Day of Service, which focused on ecological sustainability and the importance of environmentally responsible behavior this year.