My memories of Colonial Inauguration are as potent as the marijuana smoke that greeted me when I opened the door to my orientation room assignment. I had just parted ways with my mother in the Thurston lobby, already wary of spending two and a half days trying to get a handle on this school. Being […]
June 15, 2005
Volume 102, Issue 3
Stories from the June 15, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As the newest members of the GW community, freshmen and their parents should be aware several hot-button issues that will affect the next few years of your lives. Strained faculty and administration relations Two integral parts of the University, the faculty and administration, have been at odds recently over a number of issues. In May, […]
Professor Michael Shanahan’s Washington Reporting class incorporates interviewing a congressman, listening to a congressional hearing and visiting the House Press Gallery on Capitol Hill in its curriculum. Professor Robert Shepherd’s Honors Sociocultural Anthropology course requires students to do social science fieldwork at various Smithsonian museums. One of the lures of GW’s downtown D.C. location is […]