Upscale grocery chain Whole Foods Market will open the doors of its new Foggy Bottom store Tuesday, Sept. 6. The newest addition to The Avenue complex on the corner of 22nd and I streets will accept GWorld, making it the second grocery chain to accept the dining service. The two-level store will measure at 36,000 […]
August 25, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 4
Stories from the August 25, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Long-awaited upgrades to the first floor of Gelman Library are inching closer to becoming a reality with the release of detailed design renderings for the renovations. Marking another step toward quelling student complaints about the outdated facility, the newly drafted designs, created by architecture firm Cox Graae + Spack Architects, show more group study spaces […]
I’m going to fill you in on a little secret: Mistakes are as inevitable as long lines at the Gelman Library Starbucks.
The University has hired two leading public relations firms to fine tune and unify its visual message across the institution. Part of the branding campaign will review GW’s logo, last revamped in 2002, as well as how all University materials, including brochures, websites, mobile communications and videos, should use that image, Vice President for External […]
Fall move-in will be tested this year by threats of Hurricane Irene spiraling toward the East Coast and the University’s lack of a main parking hub as students and their families arrive on campus. Residence halls will open for move-in Friday at 10 a.m., a day earlier than planned, in response to previous reports that […]
Glow sticks lit the night sky, illuminating a waterfront stadium more accustomed to hosting Venus and Serena Williams than the rave-ready crowd assembled to see Thievery Corporation. The ensemble transformed the tennis court at Kastles Stadium at The Wharf into an energetic outdoor dance floor. The show marked the first time the stadium played host […]
Fewer than 90 freshmen who submitted enrollment deposits in the spring gave up their places in the Class of 2015, signaling a slightly higher retention rate among the University’s incoming students. Summer melt, the number of freshmen who made a nonrefundable $800 deposit in May but ultimately choose not to attend GW, remained at approximately […]
The School of Business will undergo an undergraduate curriculum overhaul to sharpen the school’s focus on ethics.
Sophomore Samantha Danko’s summer adventure to Costa Rica was full of new experiences and giving back to a small community oddly tied to our very own George Washington. Danko worked with Integrated Learning Experience, a non-profit organization based in Central America. The public health major spent a month in the small town of San Ramon […]
The Student Association Finance Committee is calling for greater transparency in student organizations’ spending by requiring monthly reviews of all groups’ budgets starting this fall. Finance chair and University-at-large Senator John Bennett said frequent check-ups on organizations’ spending will prevent misuse of SA funds as the student government pilots a new strategy for funding student […]