The University will move the Vern Express stop at the corner of 23rd and H streets this summer in anticipation of the Science and Engineering Complex construction.
Thursday, March 10, 2011
When the candidate pool for the Student Association's top spot is short on remarkable candidates, The Hatchet's editorial board can come to a concise decision easily - this year was different.
Twenty-four people moved on to the second round of the National Ideas Competition for the Washington Monument Grounds, a design competition sponsored in part by GW.
Tom Foley comments on the leadership ability of Chris Clark, a candidate for SA President.
Junior guard Tony Taylor, who had put the men's basketball team on his back so many times this season, dropped into a crouch, looked up at the clock one more time and buried his head in his hands in disbelief.
A senior was charged in D.C. Superior Court with assault with significant bodily injury Monday, after the student allegedly beat up another student in Ivory Tower, according to police and court documents.
It wasn't supposed to end this way. Seniors Joseph Katuka and Jabari Edwards left more than the Smith Center behind, walking away from their careers as Colonials.
Dreary skies did not damper the first day of Student Association elections, as candidates and supporters took to H Street Wednesday in a final push for votes.
Sexuality and love are common themes on campus - at least in GW's longest-running student art and literary magazine, Wooden Teeth.
Whitney Hensler comments on her cheese obsession and Bowers Fancy Dairy, a store in Eastern Market's South Hall that specializes in 'cheese from all parts of the world.'
Student members of a Mount Vernon Campus programming organization are alleging that they do not have adequate funding, after the Vern the number of residents living on the campus increased.
Salaries for all GW employees increased by an average of 2.6 percent for the 2011 calendar year, slightly higher than similar institutions.
GW Amnesty International held a candlelight vigil in Kogan Plaza on International Women's Day to support women's rights and to educate the public about violence against women.
The Office of Admissions saw a more than 6 percent rise in the number of visitors touring campus over the last year, a trend a University administrator credits to the relocation of the Admissions Welcome Center to a more central spot.
After years of declining participation, the University will not host a celebratory ball during Commencement Weekend this May.
It had been more than two weeks since the baseball team had last won a game when senior starter Tommy Gately took the mound Wednesday for the Colonials' mid-week contest against Maryland-Baltimore County.
Presidential and executive vice presidential candidates list their top movie picks.
The theft of two laptops at the Marvin Center last week prompted the University to limit evening access to one of the most used buildings on campus.
Members of Foggy Bottom's flagship neighborhood group say the relationship between GW and its neighbors continues to be strained, at a time when the University has several major development projects underway.
Potential funding cutbacks for science and engineering may be forthcoming as House Republicans eye budget cuts for the NIH - an agency that provides nearly half of the University's research budget in grants.
To carve out a top spot for the GW School of Business within national rankings, the dean of the school said he is aiming to expand globally, starting with the country he knows best.