Bullying is a troubling national issue. For the 13 million young people, according to the documentary film “Bully,” who are taunted and harassed each year, ignoring nasty comments and their tormentors is not an option. But contrary to the perception of bullying as a problem that exclusively plagues middle and high school students, the abuse […]
April 9, 2012
Volume 108, Issue 54
Stories from the April 9, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
If the United States isn’t ready for universal health care, I figure GW is a good place to start.
Free speech is fundamental to the health of a college campus, and limiting it in any respect will stunt the dynamic dialogue emblematic of a university environment. Students should not only feel safe to express their beliefs but also have the opportunity to be exposed to a wide-variety of viewpoints and perspectives without fear. But […]
Nine-year Notre Dame assistant coach Jonathan Tsipis will take the helm of the Colonials, the University announced Friday, becoming the ninth head coach in women’s basketball program history. Tsipis, who served as the associate head coach of the Fighting Irish for the past four seasons, boasts significant collegiate coaching experience – a qualification athletic director […]
A Democratic congressman from New Jersey will headline the May 19 graduation ceremony for the College of Professional Studies. Rep. Rush Holt, D-N.J. – one of two physicists in Congress – is best known for his advocacy on energy and intelligence issues. He has represented the state’s 12th district, located in central New Jersey, since […]
Monday Kudumbashrees in Kerala, India Learn about community development initiatives that have empowered women in India from a University of Chicago professor at a talk sponsored by the Global Gender Forum. 1957 E St., Room 212 – 4:45 to 6 p.m. Tuesday ‘Between the Harvest’ Watch a screening of a documentary chronicling the environmental impact […]
The dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development spoke out Wednesday against proposed Department of Education standards.
Six freshmen stood at center stage Saturday dressed in floor-length evening dresses that glistened under the bright lights.