If there’s one piece of advice I can give you for next year, it is to get outside of your comfort zone as soon as possible. Almost all freshmen share the same first feelings of anxiety when they finally get settled on campus. And sometimes that homesickness stops us from doing things that make us […]
June 13, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 3
Stories from the June 13, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Not sure what all those terms and acronyms mean? Here’s your GW glossary: 4-RIDE: A shuttle service operated by the University Police Department, 4-RIDE is designed to help students feel safe getting around campus at night. Many use 4-RIDE during inclement weather or just to travel to a party within the shuttle service’s travel radius. […]
GW’s new head coach has put together a coaching staff he says he has confidence in, pointing to the different attributes that each team member brings to the table.
Fewer students will take summer classes this year, marking a two-year dip in summer enrollment. More than 10,300 students have enrolled in classes for at least one of the summer sessions, about 1,300 fewer students than last year. In 2009, 11,843 students took summer classes. Students are able to enroll in a full-time course load […]
By Adam Frankel Last fall, I introduced a policy to the Student Association’s diversity affairs commission for the installation of permanent condom dispensers in all student residence halls. If installed, the readily-available condoms would dramatically increase prevention of sexually transmitted infections amongst students, including the spread of HIV/AIDS. Dispensers would serve as a constant reminder […]
1. Thurston Hall: Living in Thurston is often described as the true freshman experience. Seeing as it is home to 1,116 freshmen, how can it not be? Maintaining its reputation as the liveliest freshman hall on campus, it offers spacious rooms, ranging from doubles to six-person suites, perfect for socializing. Considering its close living quarters, […]
Slide show by Gabriella Demczuk The weekly open mic night at U Street’s Busboys and Poets restaurant is about far more than just words. The night is about a community, the people, their names and faces. “Treat it like a black Baptist church,” May 31 open mic host Tokia “Twodeep” Carter said. “If you hear […]
GW plans to earmark funds for the development of new study abroad programs for underrepresented majors, an idea stemming from the Innovation Task Force. The amount GW will spend has not yet been determined, Robert Hallworth, director of GW’s Office for Study Abroad, said, but the money will be used to create at least three […]
Something happens here. As those three words are displayed on admission packets and recited during campus visits, you’ve been bombarded with this quintessential GW motto for quite a while. But now that you’re here at Colonial Inauguration – your college experience just weeks from beginning – you are likely left wondering, what exactly is it […]
September SPHHS declared GW’s most selective school The School of Public Health and Health Services was the most selective undergraduate school at GW last year. According to data given to The Hatchet, 9.4 percent of first-time applicants were admitted – 20 percent fewer than the School of Business, which had the second-lowest rate for admittance. […]