This post was written by Hatchet Reporter Tom Foley. The College Democrats welcomed Terry McAuliffe, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee and chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 Presidential Primary campaign to campus Monday night. McAuliffe provided students with an insider’s look into running a major political party and gave the audience of about 60 […]
A water main break at the corner of 22nd and F streets sent a rush of water south toward Virginia Avenue early Thursday morning, flooding the street and causing water pressure issues in surrounding buildings.
A man arrested for stealing a student’s bike on F Street near Potomac House pleaded guilty last month to second degree theft, and must complete drug testing and drug treatment as part of his probation.
It’s registration week again, and the burning question on many students’ minds is simple: “What classes should I take?” Some of your class slots might be filled with graduation or major requirements, but most people have room for at least one elective. Let us know in the comments what your favorite classes have been, and […]
National news media put a spotlight on GW’s Homeland Security Policy Institute this weekend after it was revealed that a man who killed 13 people in Texas had attended multiple events hosted by the institute. Multiple newspapers and blogs picked up the story, noting that U.S. Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the military psychiatrist accused […]
Senior Royal Gethers returned to campus early Monday morning, after lack of contact with friends prompted them to file missing persons reports with both city and University police over the weekend. Gethers said Monday evening he had gone with a girl to Virginia, but that he stopped at a friend’s house in Maryland and left […]