Earning one of the six spots in the A-10 conference tournament seemed unlikely for the Colonials at the beginning of the 2011 season. After a disappointing campaign marked by injuries relegated the team to a 3-15 record a season ago, the Colonials were picked in preseason polls to finish this season in 13th place of […]
November 10, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 26
Stories from the November 10, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The vibrations from Nathan Muchnick’s guitar have been echoing through his suburban bedroom for years. He is constantly practicing but never formally recording – until now. Muchnick, a sophomore originally from the outskirts of Philadelphia, has always had a passion for music but never took any major steps to get his name out there. That […]
Jack Persons set a new GW record when he finished fourth overall at the Old Dominion-Outerbanks Collegiate Tournament.
The unassuming and scholastic “Speech & Debate” promotes both the off-color quirky humor and touching moments that run rampant in this decidedly not cliché dark comedy.
Thursday Gobble Fest Teams of students can battle it out at a pie-eating contest hosted by the community service sorority, Epsilon Sigma Alpha. The cost to participate is $25 per team, and all proceeds benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Kogan Plaza – 6:30 p.m. Veterans Day of Service Volunteers can help veteran service groups […]
A committee of faculty from across the University has been tasked with examining how to further integrate sustainability in the curriculum.
The University should allow the few hundred who opt to live off campus to call some other neck of D.C. home.
The University is working to develop a comprehensive policy to address sexual assault on campus to comply with federal guidelines and demonstrate a zero tolerance policy for sexual harassment. The policy will distinguish the discipline protocol for offenders of sexual assault from those who commit other acts of prohibited violence, a distinction the Code of […]
GW’s emergency response organization deserves a little more recognition.