Caitlin Carroll

Caitlin Carroll: Time for some belated thank you’s

We don’t say “thank you” enough at The Hatchet. It’s just too easy not to stop and appreciate what we’ve done – probably because stopping (and feeling satisfied) isn’t something we’re very familiar with. There are always new stories, new photos, new columns, new layouts, new headlines, new opportunities for something not to be the […]

City approves GW’s 20-year campus plan

The D.C. Zoning Commission unanimously voted to approve GW’s 20-year Campus Plan last week, nearly one year after the University first submitted the development proposal. The plan replaces the current agreement between the city and GW on development restrictions and calls for the vertical growth of GW buildings as well as the expansion of Gelman […]

WEB UPDATE: Zoning Commission approves 20-year Campus Plan

Posted Monday, March 12, 10:10 p.m. The D.C. Zoning Commission unanimously voted to approve GW’s 20-year Campus Plan Monday night, nearly one year after the University first submitted the development proposal. The plan replaces the current agreement between the city and GW on development restrictions and calls for the vertical growth of GW buildings as […]

How Green is GW?

Strategic management and public policy professor Mark Starik runs 100 percent of his home’s electricity on wind energy, drives a hybrid vehicle and regularly purchases solar energy products. He does so because, in the age of a war on terror, he is just as concerned about the battle the earth is waging. “Climate change rivals […]

WEB UPDATE: Karl Rove to speak at GW

Posted Tuesday, July 25, 9: 10 p.m. White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove is set to speak at the Graduate School of Political Management’s Commencement July 29. The University announced this week that the political strategist will deliver the keynote address at the ceremony before 100 graduates and their friends and family. The […]

Caitlin Carroll: Big changes for The Hatchet

You know how the saying goes – bigger is better. Using a little bit of that logic, The Hatchet will be trading its tabloid pages for a new size. The next time readers pick up a copy of our newspaper, it will be about two inches wider and five inches taller than before. The new […]

The head honcho: Seth Weinshel is the main man in housing

Seth Weinshel’s job is to put a roof over every student’s head. But his job as director of University Campus Housing is certainly not that simple. Students want a particular roof. Housing is a hot-button issue during this time of year, and it seems like students care more about their housing assignment than their grade […]

What’s the deal with… those bird statues?

At GW, you don’t have to look up to do a little bird-watching. One bird looks as students pass through University Yard, and another perches outside the West End residence hall. But even though they don’t move, many students may not have noticed these winged sculptures. And if you have seen the avian artworks, chances […]