Caroline Bowman

Caroline Bowman: We’ll always have 2140 G

Each year, graduating editors are given 30 final column inches – “30” was historically used to signify the end of a story – to reflect on their time at The Hatchet. I’ve been saying goodbye to The Hatchet since December. I was wrapping up my degree, cramming out the last few edits of my thesis […]

Taking it off in the name of health care

Channeling all of the images of an old-world circus, magicians performed magic, an androgynous belly dancer gyrated to raucous applause and women pranced around in nothing but pasties to raise money for local artists Friday. Burlesque performers from around the District came out to the Red Palace on H Street to support “D.C.’s own sideshow […]

What should I do during my spare time in CI?

FIRST CI: JUNE 14 to 16 June 14: D.C. Flag Day Celebration The three stars and two bars on the D.C. flag may be a complete mystery to you, but more than a few locals sport the flag – and George Washington’s family crest – to show their D.C. love. Whether their tattoos are a […]

What was the big news last year?

September SPHHS declared GW’s most selective school The School of Public Health and Health Services was the most selective undergraduate school at GW last year. According to data given to The Hatchet, 9.4 percent of first-time applicants were admitted – 20 percent fewer than the School of Business, which had the second-lowest rate for admittance. […]

Students urged to boost public health

Dean of the School of Public Health and Health Services Lynn Goldman urged the school’s graduating class to remember their goals should be to help people live longer and happier lives. “Your GW experience does not end today. It continues from this day forward… In short, don’t be a stranger. Stay in touch with us,” […]

NASA admin offers reality check

David Dolling, dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, extolled the strengths of its pool of students from around the world and assured the students that their degrees will be an incredible asset in their futures. The importance of ethics and the continued pursuit of knowledge were abundant throughout the more than two-hour […]

Graduates discuss collegiate faith

Graduates and their families gathered in a humble setting off Virginia Avenue May 14 in a celebration of faith. The University Interfaith Baccalaureate Service, held at Western Presbyterian Church, aimed to celebrate the power of faith in academia. Five student speakers spoke about their religions and were joined by keynote speaker and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist […]

Frustration fuels act of civil disobedience

Fear wasn’t on Ali Lozano’s mind last week as police handcuffed her and four of her friends in front of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office. The junior was arrested while protesting for marriage equality with the New York-based direct action civil disobedience group, Queer Rising who was on site to garner support for marriage […]

Riding to raise cancer awareness

For senior Chris Lipinski, the Johns Hopkins 4K bike race across the country is more than just a fundraiser – it’s a way of raising awareness of the trials that cancer patients have to face. After losing his mother to a long battle with lung cancer, Lipinski decided to organize his own bike ride in […]

New director brings laughs to West Hall

Jeremiah Kirstein isn’t your average director. Despite his age, the sophomore is the newest director for the 14th Grade Players – the director pool is highly dominated by juniors and seniors. “I was really lucky because as a sophomore I have a chance to direct, which is not always the case,” Kirstein said. Kirstein chose […]