Thursday Federal Work Study Job Fair If you’ve received a Federal Work Study (FWS) award as part of your GW financial aid package and you are seeking a FWS job, come meet dozens of FWS employers with positions to fill. 1 to 4 p.m. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom Sponsored by the Career Center Saturday Fall […]
It’s that time again: the dreariest two weeks of the year around at GW. Not the start of class, but rather the annual onset of an affliction known as Gridiron Blues. Symptoms may include, but are not limited to: that heavy feeling in the pit of your stomach when you flip on the TV and […]
Media Credit: Ryder Haske/assistant photo editor Senior Michael Gulick practices for the cheer team with junior Stacie Gobin Tuesday afternoon in University Yard at the student organizations fair. Many different student organizations came out to recruit for the new academic year.
Varsity Roundup: Volleyball The volleyball team defeated University of Maryland-Baltimore County 3-1 Tuesday afternoon at UMBC’s RAC Arena in Baltimore. The Colonials (3-4) dropped the first game 24-30 before rallying to win the next three games 30-28, 30-17 and 30-27. Senior Janine Brown had 23 kills and 16 digs, her seventh-straight double-double of the season. […]
Socially conscience politicos looking for palatial digs in a first-class university city should attend GW, according to The Princeton Review’s Best 366 Colleges guidebook. GW recently received top marks as “most politically active school,” third in both the “dorms like palaces” and “great college town” categories and was called a “school with a conscience.” The […]
Sophomore point guard Travis King will miss five weeks of practice but no game time after suffering a stress fracture to his kneecap in a pickup basketball game Aug. 15. King was playing in his hometown of New Haven, Conn., when he landed awkwardly after shooting a jump shoot. “My knee kind of gave out,” […]
On the heels of former GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg’s tumultuous relationship with the Foggy Bottom/West End community, University President Steven Knapp must work to rebuild elements of a strained connection. Knapp should embrace the opportunity to revamp the relationship between GW and its neighbors for the sake of moving forward. A willingness to communicate […]
In “Student Association: Summer filled with SA successes” (Sept. 4, pg. A1), The Hatchet mistakenly reported that the Student Association stopped co-sponsoring events such as the FRIENDS Block Party in order to cut its budget. The SA still cosponsors events like this. However, the funds come from fundraising and not the organization’s budget.
In addition to another re-do of the J Street dining area this year, dining policies for GW freshmen and sophomores have also changed. Now these underclassmen must spend $1,400 and $500 of their Colonial Cash, respectively, at specified eateries in J Street, WOW Caf? and Wingery, Duques or on Mount Vernon. The Hatchet posed the […]
The D.C. Commission on Fine Arts has approved plans to renovate Alumni House so University President Steven Knapp can advance with plans to move in. The commission approved the plans to revamp Alumni House “in concept.” University spokespersonTracy Schario said these renovations will begin in the next few months. Alumni House, located on the corner […]