If you have $5: Save your cash and pull out your Spandex. Spend the morning of Saturday, April 25 at the Aerobics Dance Party, busting a move on the streets of Dupont Circle. Rise and shine – the deed goes down at 7 a.m. If you have $10: Prove your robust masculinity – with wings. […]
April 23, 2009
Volume 105, Issue 57
Stories from the April 23, 2009 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As I prepare for my departure from Foggy Bottom, I can only hope that this campus never sees the end of you – the always eager, always vocal GW student.
The University Police Department was reaccredited earlier this month by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, University Police Chief Dolores Stafford said this week. “The process went well and they were impressed with all the things that UPD does to get involved with the community,” Stafford said. This process, which the campus police […]
The College Democrats, CADE Peer Educators and GW Students for Fair Trade were honored with the Pyramid Award for Student Organization of the Year at GW’s 24th Annual Excellence in Student Life Awards Wednesday night in Lisner Auditorium. More than 250 nominees were up for awards in 26 different categories, which recognized the extracurricular achievements […]
There are many factors that affect the quality of college life, but none play as large a role as a student’s housing situation. That is why the day housing assignments are announced comes with Christmas-like anticipation. Depending on what the iHousing e-mail says, your summer will either be spent giddily planning out your room with […]
The University will ask their food service provider, Sodexo, to reconsider its fruit pricing in J Street and other venues after a number of students expressed dissatisfaction with the high costs, Executive Vice President and Treasurer Lou Katz said. The high price of whole fruits like bananas, apples and grapes was one of the most […]
Some top administrators are expanding GW’s efforts to reach out to international alumni, devoting more energy to connect with the nearly 10,000 graduates living overseas. University President Steven Knapp visited the Middle East last month with Elliott School staff to connect with alumni living in the area, one of many similar trips overseas. The Office […]
Thursday Policing in the Cyber age, Balancing Liberty and Security Gene Sullivan, a former Court of Appeals Chief Justice, and Judge Louie Freeh, former director of the FBI, will speak about the role of national security agencies amid new technologies. 7:30 p.m. Harry Harding Auditorium, 1957 E Street Friday Anything But Clothes Run Create an […]
The promise of GW’s fixed tuition plan is making writing that first deposit check to the University a little easier for some incoming freshmen. Despite the fact that fixed tuition colleges often have higher sticker prices to account for inflation, many incoming students interviewed said the stability of a flat price was appealing. Unlike many […]