Damian Legacy’s faith is grounded in a biblical passage he heard in his home parish in Vermont: “God sets straight all paths.” It is this passage that helps Legacy to embrace both of his identities: Catholic and gay. “If I find love in another man, God is making straight that path. I am receiving his […]
October 13, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 18
Stories from the October 13, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A GW Law School alumnus and former adjunct professor will chair a Presidential Emergency Board designed to resolve an ongoing dispute between major freight rail carriers and their unions.
An alumnus will likely be named a commissioner to Foggy Bottom’s flagship neighborhood group, after he runs an unopposed race to fill a seat left vacant after a Foggy Bottom commissioner resigned Aug. 30.
Thursday Reel Affirmations presents ‘Dirty Girl’ As part of National Coming Out Week, the LGBT Resource Center is co-hosting the screening of “Dirty Girl,” a movie about a girl and her gay friend set in the 1980s. Lisner Auditorium – 7 p.m. Friday Truckapalooza More than 20 food trucks will be parked on H street, […]
When Nicole Winkelmann and Krista Connelly moved into their Ivory Tower double in August, they found it was already occupied.
A schedule of events for this Colonials Weekend.
Construction is nearly complete for the eight new meeting rooms and two study lounges in the Marvin Center lower level, which are slated to open for student use by the end of October.
The Hatchet offers some alternatives to the mainstream.
Exploring the nation’s capital is a must-do during Colonials Weekend and there is no shortage of ways to travel through the 63 square miles.