The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ new General Education Curriculum – previously known as General Curriculum Requirements – will not allow credits transferred through Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate tests and from other universities to substitute for general requirement courses, University officials confirmed Friday. The chair of the committee created to revamp the CCAS […]
April 26, 2010
Volume 106, Issue 59
Stories from the April 26, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
After pulling back to within a game of first-place Charlotte with a win Saturday, the GW baseball team fell apart defensively on Sunday, falling 8-5 to the 49ers and slipping back into a tie for second in the Atlantic 10. Charlotte scored early and in bunches on the Colonials (21-19, 10-5 A-10), putting up two […]
Throughout the month of April, GW students have played host and shared the campus with 1,360 high school seniors touring the school as admitted students, a University official said this week. These select days of tours and University-sponsored events are known as April Visit Days, and while they increase the campus population for a few […]
Softball swept over weekend The GW softball team was held scoreless in all four of its games over the weekend, losing 3-0 and 1-0 to Saint Joseph’s Friday and Saturday and 10-0 and 4-0 to Temple Sunday. On Friday, Saint Joseph’s pitcher Erin Gallagher’s bid for a no-hitter was broken up in the sixth inning […]
A local non-profit lowered D.C.’s 2009 tree grade last month from a B to a B-, citing confusion among District agencies about tree policies and lags federally mandated provisions for tree protection and expansion, Casey Trees’ report card is the only independent evaluation of the District’s tree canopy and the only independent tree assessment of […]
When you reach the end, it’s only natural to think about how you got to where you are. Looking back, I don’t really know the how or why. It just kind of happened. For many Hatchet staffers past and present, the journey at 2140 G St. is a measured one – a consistent, steady path, […]
When Denis Hayes coordinated the first Earth Day in 1970, he was unsure of whether the event would last another year – let alone 40 more. On that spring day in 1970, the National Mall was the epicenter for environmental legislation, as citizens nationwide demanded more intense conservation of the environment. But on Sunday, the […]
The Hatchet has been my home for four years. Some people mean this in a metaphorical way. I mean it literally. It’s been my mailing address, my second bedroom, a kitchen, and a cafeteria.
Students found responsible for sexual assault often face little punishment from campus judicial boards, according to a recent report on the subject. A February study by the Center for Public Integrity, an organization that presents investigative journalism on public issues, showed that students found guilty of abuse receive “little more than slaps on the wrist.” […]