Monday Going Viral: How Campaigns are Using Social Media Moderated by Politico’s Ben Smith, the panel discussion will look at the ways candidates used social media this election cycle. Jack Morton Auditorium 6:30 p.m. Tuesday “An Eye on Food” Film Series Ana Sofia Joanes, producer and director of “Fresh,” will screen and discuss her […]
October 25, 2010
Volume 107, Issue 21
Stories from the October 25, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Atlantic 10 play has not been kind to the men’s soccer team this season. The Colonials have scored just once in their five A-10 games so far and are winless in conference play. If GW hopes to get into the winning column against a conference opponent this season, it will have to do so on […]
An uptick in visitors this semester has forced the Writing Center to hire new tutors and extend hours for current tutors in hopes of meeting student demand for the center. The Writing Center saw a 26 percent increase in students receiving tutoring last week compared to the same week last year, said Christy Zink, who […]
GW Medical Faculty Associates purchased a nearby building housing an embassy for $49.5 million this month to expand the medical group’s workspace. The MFA – a nonprofit that separated from the University in 2000 – cites its growth as the reason for the additional building, and the group plans to occupy the space at 2300 […]
The Language Center, a service for students taking foreign language classes, offers hours of free language tutoring daily, but tutors say students rarely use the program. The center, which offers free tutoring in 12 languages and employs 18 tutors, is funded by a $50 to $80 language course fee, which is required for some language […]