November 22, 2010
Volume 107, Issue 29
Stories from the November 22, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The director of the Exercise and Sport Activity Program fears the program’s course offerings will be cut in half next year, as the program’s main building will be demolished to make way for the Science and Engineering Complex. Alex Dickman, director of the program, said about 1,300 students take classes in Building K – the […]
D.C. will become the next regional hub for the low-cost Megabus bus service beginning Dec. 15, just in time for the holiday travel season. Megabus said it is adding 36 trips from 11 cities to D.C., due to the growing popularity of the bus industry and the demand in D.C. for low-cost travel. Dale Moser, […]
The College Democrats and College Republicans received a $40,000 co-sponsorship from the Student Association last week – the largest single co-sponsorship allocated this year – funds which will go toward a joint political debate with yet-to-be-announced big-name speakers. The SA’s monetary support is the largest single allocation doled out in recent memory, and surpasses the […]
Monday The Revolutionaries Will Not Be Digitized The fine arts department will open a new exhibit exploring the relationship between visual art and new media tools. Smith Hall Classroom 102 – 5:30 p.m. Tuesday NIT Season Tip-Off Before leaving for Thanksgiving break, cheer on the men’s basketball team as it takes on Hampton. Tickets are […]
Applications for the prestigious Presidential Administrative Fellowship program dropped 36 percent this year. Forty-seven students applied for the fellowship this year, down from 74 one year ago. The PAF program pays tuition toward a master’s degree for selected fellows, who in return work for the University in an administrative capacity. Last year, the program saw […]