Meghan Burns

Tickets unify candidates

Two new student groups have changed the climate of this year’s Student Association and Program Board elections, proposing an overhaul of the Student Association and unifying Senate candidates under one ticket. Change for Students members drafted a new SA constitution that would separate the legislative branch of the SA into undergraduate and graduate councils, “creating […]

Proposal draws criticism

Some Student Association members and candidates say they are concerned about what they consider flaws in the proposed SA constitution drafted by the group Change for Students. Students will vote to pass or reject the document in this year’s SA election ballot. The constitution splits the SA Senate into graduate and undergraduate houses, among other […]

Hippodrome bowling gets high-tech

With the loud crack of a bowling ball hitting pins, a GW student lets out a shout of delight or dismay – depending on the outcome – in the Hippodrome bowling alley. Usually, the player looks down the alley to count the number of pins remaining and calculates the total on a scoring sheet. But […]

GW ranks in second tier

by Meghan BurnsHatchet Staff Writer GW failed to make the U.S. News and World Report magazine’s elite list of the top 50 colleges and universities for the second year in a row this year. The U.S. News rankings, released Friday, rank schools based on criterion including academic reputation, retention, faculty resources, selectivity, financial resources, alumni […]