March 22, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 49
Stories from the March 22, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The GW School of Business came one step closer last week to attaining degree-granting status in China after establishing an official partnership with the Suzhou Industrial Park. The agreement, which gives GW teaching and office space in the Suzhou Dushu Lake and Science Education Innovation District in eastern China, is the first deal signed with […]
Theft/Credit Card Fraud 3/09/12 – 12:52 p.m. Location: Whole Foods Case closed A female student reported to the University Police Department that her wallet went missing while she was at Whole Foods. When she called her credit card company, she noticed unauthorized charges were made to her account.No suspects or witnesses Unlawful Entry 3/11/12 – […]
The new strategic plan, which will define the University for years to come, seeks to develop the University’s future in four key areas: globalization, policy and governance, interdisciplinary work and citizenship.
Starting next week, scoring condoms will be as easy as pressing A4. GW will begin to stock $2 two-packs of male condoms in each residence hall’s vending machines. Associate Dean of Students Tim Miller, who introduced the idea of selling condoms in vending machines, said it will not cost the University money – a key […]
The GW Law School publicly revealed its Class of 2011 graduate employment figures last week, amid heightened pressure for law schools nationwide to be more transparent about job numbers. Among the top 20 law schools ranked by U.S. News & World Report, GW is the first and only institution to post updated employment numbers on […]
There’s something magical about fraternity rush week. It’s the perfect combination of information and enjoyment, allowing prospective members to make relaxed, intelligent decisions about their future. But it’s just as rewarding of an experience for current brothers, each of whom is able to share his own thoughts and experiences regarding the organization. As far as […]
Flashing lights and virtual sounds are typical of video games but a new exhibition also displays them as a viable form of art. “The Art of Video Games,” which opened at the Smithsonian American Art Museum on March 16, pays tribute to the complex electronic visuals of video games – a form of art rarely […]
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control unveiled a new ad campaign last week.
Within the first five minutes of Monday’s women’s lacrosse game, the score was tied at two. It looked as if GW was in for a back-and-forth game, the kind that would necessitate limited mistakes and tight play. But the Colonials were determined to ease the pressure, picking up their energy with 22 minutes and 55 […]