Because high gas prices have made it too expensive for him to take his own car to work every day, Ed Repa now waits at the corner of 19th and F streets for a complete stranger to drive him home. Repa is one of the many commuters using the carpooling method known as the “slug […]
September 8, 2008
Volume 105, Issue 7
Stories from the September 8, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Student artists have a new canvas where they can express their creativity this month: GW’s recycling trucks. The University is holding a contest to find a new design for recycling trucks on campus, seeking images that show the school’s pledges to environmental initiatives. “President (Steven) Knapp’s commitment to sustainability has set the framework for thinking […]
<!– ORIGINAL LEDE The University scrapped the launch of a schoolwide competition it had planned to implement this fall. –> Correction appended The University delayed the launch of a schoolwide competition it had planned to implement at the start of this semester. Olympathon, a community-building initiative between underclassmen and upperclassmen, has not launched because the […]
Due to an editing error, The Hatchet misquoted undergraduate coordinator Susan Wiley in the Quotable on Sept. 4’s Opinions page. Wiley said, “The disgruntled students are the ones not on top of things,” not “The disgruntled students are the ones who are not on top of things.”
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education approved all of the University’s schools for reaccreditation this summer, administrative officials said. The nonprofit accrediting organization, which first certified GW in 1922, performs an examination of the school every 10 years to assess whether its programs are up to national standards. The University must meet all of […]
Last spring, The Hatchet caused a stir with the front-page headline, “Intelligent students decrease,” (April 17, p. 1). The story was based upon a Faculty Senate report titled “The Decline of Elite Freshman Enrollments at GW,” undertaken by the Educational Policy Committee that I chaired. The Hatchet headline, though not the article itself, suggested that […]
Jonathan Ewing/Hatchet photographer Senior twins Jeff and Aaron Shwom watch the Kansas City vs. New England football game Sunday afternoon in WOW Café and Wingery.
GW’s sexual harassment policy is very similar to one just found unconstitutional in a very recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit. The court struck down a very similar policy at Temple University even before it was applied in a specific situation. This follows several similar court decisions which suggest […]
Monday Auditions for the Rocky Horror Picture Show Be a part of the cast of this famous musical, which has been performed at GW for more than 10 years. 9 p.m. Lisner Downstage Tuesday GWU Toastmasters Improve your public speaking skills with GWU Toastmasters. 7:30 p.m. Marvin Center Room 405 Green GW General Meeting Care […]
Campus. City. Classroom. We are all familiar with this touted admissions slogan, and as students we often use it to describe why we picked GW. We get the best of three worlds, with experiences most schools in rural areas cannot offer. Still, this overlap brings personal safety responsibilities that we often overlook. On Friday, the […]