Ryan Thornton performed twice in Harlem, New York at the Apollo, beating out hundreds of contestants to show off his R&B style.
March 5, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 47
Stories from the March 5, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The women’s gymnastics team regularly counts the balance beam event as a team strength, but on Saturday it was the team’s downfall. GW faced off against East Atlantic Gymnastics League rival Pittsburgh at the Smith Center. The Panthers defeated the Colonials 194.750 to 192.500, leaving GW winless in dual meets this season. Despite the close […]
At 6:26 p.m., the first tone of the night dispatches the five-person EMeRG crew. The “D shift” begins, lasting from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. – a period of waiting punctuated by five calls Friday. A female student with difficulty breathing set the team into a familiar motion – lacing up their bulky combat-style boots, […]
A policy think tank, an overhaul of tenure polices and big changes to study abroad offerings are all on the table for the next decade of academics at GW. Those possibilities are among a group of ideas floated by administrators in a document released Thursday to guide the groups hammering out the University’s 10-year strategic […]
Liquor law violations jumped by 40 percent so far this semester, continuing a trend this academic year of students being caught with alcohol. The University Police Department reported 87 liquor law violations from the start of the semester to March 2, about 25 more than during the same time period last year, according to the […]
The GW School of Business is preparing to offer graduate courses at a facility in northern Virginia this fall, part of ongoing efforts to stay under a city-imposed population cap and offer convenience to students who live off campus. Offering some matching courses in master’s programs at the site would cater to graduate students, many […]
The number of thefts in the police service area GW falls under nearly doubled in the last month, a rise city police attribute to an upswing in crime at commercial establishments. Police Service Area 207 saw 81 thefts from Jan. 31 to March 1, a jump from the 45 incidents in the same time frame […]
I’m usually greeted with surprise when I tell students I’m a fine arts major. At a school in a city that offers so much for art lovers, this surprise is disappointing. But, this response is not strange, as the Fine Arts and Art History Department is hardly a prominent one at GW. The University is […]
The University expects to see an increase in summer residents at its two District campuses, after targeting more conference groups and interns to bring in more money and expand its reputation among non-GW students. Director of Housing Programs Seth Weinshel said the anticipated climb in summer residency is partially a result of the upcoming presidential […]