The Residence Hall Association added pots and pans to community kitchens last year, but students said the supplies are too dirty to use.
November 11, 2010
Volume 107, Issue 26
Stories from the November 11, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Since the current semester is coming to a close, the time has come for students to pick which classes they plan on taking for the spring of 2011. For many, this can be a very stressful time, filled with worries about fulfilling all GCRs and other major requirements. The last thing that students need is […]
Dear Westboro Baptist Church visitors, Welcome to our campus. Allow us to introduce ourselves. We are the students of The George Washington University. The brochures call us “Colonials,” but we are also believers and we are atheists. We are Democrats and we are Republicans, liberals and conservatives. We are black and white. We are straight […]
From the war-torn streets of Afghanistan to the flourishing culture of Brazil, studying abroad is not just for students. Silvio Waisbord, director of graduate studies at the School of Media and Public Affairs, was invited to spend a week in Brazil by the country’s National Association of Newspapers to speak to students and journalists across […]
Federal regulators will require larger warning labels and graphics for cigarette packaging and advertisements by 2012, HHS officials announced Wednesday at the Jack Morton Auditorium. HHS Sec. Kathleen Sebelius and other government officials introduced the initiative as part of the department’s new comprehensive tobacco control strategy. The label will cover about half the surface area […]
The GW Hospital has been working to update the Medical Center’s electronic record system and protection of patient health information over the past year, a move that could potentially land the hospital millions in stimulus funds as soon as 2011. The Medical Center hired a technology consulting firm in the spring to address additional privacy […]
Women may be able to obtain their birth control for free, if the government determines that birth control counts as preventative care for women. Under an amendment to the health care reform bill authored by Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., women will be provided free access to preventative care – which could include prescription birth control […]
The University is taking one of its first tangible steps to be a carbon-neutral institution by installing solar thermal panels on three residence halls before the end of the academic year. The University has set a goal to make GW a carbon-neutral institution by 2040 through the highly anticipated Climate Action Plan released last spring, […]
The Senior Class Gift Committee made its list of student donors public for the first time, a change that mirrors a nationwide trend of universities seeking alternative ways to increase pre-graduation donations. This year’s committee hopes putting a name on each gift received will encourage more than half of this year’s class to make monetary […]
A new partnership between the University and the Phillips Collection, America’s first museum of modern art, will offer students opportunities to enroll in courses at the gallery. During the three-year partnership, one GW Department of Fine Arts and Art History course will be taught at the Phillips Collection each year. “The sentiment about local museums […]