Fossil Free GW is urging the University to pull any investments that make up its $1.38 billion endowment out of companies like ExxonMobil, Shell and BP.
The pressure is on at the end of the semester thanks to more than just final exams — it’s time to face the daunting task of buying gifts for friends and family. Whether you’re shopping for the family members who always has the latest iPhone, the music enthusiast with a penchant for obscure bands or the wild card friend, get inspiration from The Hatchet’s gift guide.
A GW alumnus explores the transformation of American dance through interview clips, video projections, sketches and portraits of artists that highlight industry greats, from Fred Astaire to Beyoncé.
The dense crowd that will blanket University Yard during the annual Student Organization Fair on Aug. 27 can be daunting to trek through. If you’re looking to get involved on campus and beyond but are overwhelmed by the options, take note of some of these student groups. COMMUNITY SERVICE Alternative Breaks Alt Breaks fuses fun […]
Ditch the bathtub method. Making gin can be easier, more legal and more lucrative than that method.
It’s a phrase emblazoned on campus billboards and attached to Twitter hashtags, seemingly as vague as it is ubiquitous. But does anyone even know what “Raise High” means? “Raise High is universal. No matter who you are, where you are, what you do, as Colonials, we raise high. We Raise High in D.C., back home […]
Behind Post Hall is a pile of rusty, reddish brown scrap metal. But the flat, angular metal pieces of abstract art represent the mountains and majestic landscape of its namesake, a rural Vermont town called Pownal. The piece, created by an artist named Isaac Witkin in 1975, was donated to the University anonymously in 2008. […]
When walking through Kogan Plaza, you may notice a cement plaque among the planted greenery and brick paths. It reads, somewhat illegibly, “Free Mandela.” Officially known as the Nelson Mandela Historic Sidewalk Slab, the block of cement is “a tribute to our students’ passion for justice,” Assistant Vice President for District of Columbia Relations and […]