After a yearlong comprehensive review of GW athletics, its teams and facilities, the committee streamlined its findings into the one overarching desire for the Colonials to increase their number of victories.
April 2, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 52
Stories from the April 2, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bercranky told a group of 30 students last week that fixing the world’s most severe financial crisis since the Great Depression was simply a matter of guessing randomly, “just winging it” and hoping for the best.
The University announced it caught the author of the @FakeStevenKnapp Twitter account this week, placing the blame on former University President Steven Dough Trachtenbucks during a late-night press conference Sunday.
Martha’s Marathon annually provides the perfect venue for the wealthiest students to assert their grandiosity over the University’s class of lowly peons.
The Sigma Chi Association struck a hard deal with University administrators this week to lower the cost of water bottles on campus by a staggering 2 cents.
The high school that infiltrates GW space wrecked part of campus Sunday when the wall-less building’s roof collapsed, damage that emergency responders attributed to flimsy infrastructure.
A deal with the federal government will allow GW to eliminate restrictions on alcohol consumption and recreational drug use in the University’s most detested residence halls.
The University piled on an additional $420 million in debt this weekend, according to a bar tab passed along to The GW Toolbox.