The University is failing to stop or regulate excessive construction noise during early morning hours, a majority of respondents reported in an informal Residence Hall Association survey. Seventy-nine percent of students living close to the future location of the Science and Engineering Hall and 60 percent living near the future Law Learning Center reported loud […]
November 17, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 28
Stories from the November 17, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Photo courtesty of Maxine Isaacs | Photo courtesty of Mark Kennedy Left: Maxine Isaacs, Right: Mark Kennedy The Graduate School of Political Management has whittled the pool of candidates for its next executive director down to four political and press mavens, nearly one year after initiating the search. In the second attempt to name a […]
At DC Combat Labs, it’s about the student, the sport and the journey of growth and self-awareness.
The collection, “Obstruction,” is designed and curated by the undergraduate students in the art history class, “The Art of the Exhibition,” and features work from students at The School Without Walls.
As the rain plummeted, wreaking havoc on our shared umbrella, my friend and I sloshed to Kababji Grill. We arrived at the empty restaurant and wrung out our shirts in the restroom sink. But rain or shine, Kababji never fails to whet our appetites. Kababji is an international franchise with its flagship in Beirut, with […]