The University’s bookstore’s rental sales surged 17 percent this semester compared to a year ago, but saw an overall decline in revenue as it faces increasing competition from digital textbook retailers. The number of textbook rentals reached 8,200 this week, Robert Blake, the store’s director, said. But as rental sales soar and digital options expand, […]
January 26, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 36
Stories from the January 26, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Pie Sisters offers a fresh alternative to the cupcake-dominated scene in D.C. Located across from the Key Bridge, the shop offers traditional-sized pies and cuppies.
The University is answering a challenge issued to schools across North America to a waste reduction and recycling competition as part of the annual RecycleMania contest that kicked off this week. The competition, organized by the College and University Recycling Council, encourages university communities to reduce the amount of resources they consume while promoting recycling […]
Student leaders outlined alternative ways to raise money for second-semester activities in a townhall Monday night.
Greek chapters are moving past last year’s batch of hazing charges by strengthening relationships with their national counterparts to better educate their newest members on chapter ethics and standards. With spring recruitment nearing, the University’s swelling number of fraternities and sororities has taken a more proactive stance toward addressing hazing – a development administrators and […]
Before she spends next year teaching in Tanzania, senior Marisa Ranieri wants her students to have access to books and school supplies. She hopes the college students, entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders set to come to Foggy Bottom for the Clinton Global Initiative University conference in March will help catapult her distribution plan to reality. “There’s […]
University officials this week are touting increased student approval of GW’s Sodexo-run dining options, but aren’t saying much in defense of their claim. Citing a University-sponsored survey released this month, administrators say students are 11 percent more satisfied with the main dining option on campus and the company that runs J Street a semester after […]