After a successful month-long pilot of supplying free newspapers, the Student Association voted this week to fund the program’s continuation for the rest of the semester. The organization set aside $4,500 to maintain daily delivery of The New York Times as part of its mid-year allocations bill, which passed the senate Feb. 13. Rohan Batra, […]
February 16, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 42
Stories from the February 16, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Behind Lisner Hall is the “Square 103 project” – a gaping hole in the ground.
It starts with awe. Junior forward David Pellom watches a teammate cut deftly around an opponent, making a perfect play, and he’s momentarily stunned, appreciating the skill unfolding before him. Before he knows it, he’s moving too – racing – his heart pounding, the sounds of the game fading away until it’s just him and […]
Starting this summer, GW’s career services will offer industry-specific support to better prepare students to enter an increasingly competitive economy. The University plans to hire more than a dozen staff members to provide specialized job advice for undergraduates in all majors – a departure from the existing school-based systems that offer an uneven approach to […]
It was dedication to conference success that prompted athletic director Patrick Nero to announce last Friday that the sailing team will officially become the University’s 23rd varsity program next fall.