The GW community may see some unfamiliar students strolling around Foggy Bottom this spring. GW Spring Term, a new program that allows students from universities nationwide to study at GW, is set to launch after a yearlong delay. The program was initially supposed to be in place during the spring 2005 semester, but due to […]
November 14, 2005
Volume 102, Issue 27
Stories from the November 14, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Senior Andrew Brown speaks 12 different languages, and he’s bringing his passion for foreign tongues to the GW community with the foundation of a new student organization. In September, Brown founded Global Languages, a group dedicated to holding free languages classes on campus. For more than a month, Brown and a team of language-proficient student […]
Metro officials are working to make trains more secure, give them a more modern look and increase their capacity in response to riders’ concerns. In light of terrorism on subway trains in Spain and London within the past few years, one of the primary concerns of transportation leaders and residents is the safety of passengers […]
Fans of Tupac Shakur may soon learn more about the influential rapper’s death, thanks to legislation proposed in the House last week. The Tupac Amaru Shakur Records Collection Act of 2005 would require all federal, state and local agencies to release the files they have that pertain to the life and death of Shakur, including […]
Securing transportation to Dulles International Airport may be a lot easier and cheaper this Thanksgiving break for some students. A Student Association initiative called Colonial Coach will run buses between the Foggy Bottom campus and the suburban Virginia airport on Nov. 22 and 23 at no cost to students. “Our goal was to make this […]