The Hatchet’s summer wrap-up of GW’s ups and downs.
August 23, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 4
Stories from the August 23, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Men’s squash captain Omar Sobhy lives for the moment when he’s on top of the world. He strives for victory, to grab that chance at a buzzer that signifies a successful match. So to be ranked first of the 257 players in the U.S. Adult Squash M 5.0 Division – a level Sobhy reached this […]
When he dialed up new students this summer, Dean Paul Schiff Berman had fewer calls to make due to the smallest incoming GW Law School first-year class in at least a decade. But in each call, he said he wanted to emphasize one thing: The law school will be “less one-size-fits all” and allow for […]
Planning has begun for GW’s sixth-ever Inaugural Ball, which will again be held at the luxurious Omni Shoreham Hotel near Woodley Park. GW booked all seven of the hotel’s ballrooms for the Jan. 21 event, according to a hotel staff member. The University also rented the seven halls for the last inaugural ball, which drew […]
The women’s soccer team bears little resemblance to the squad that suited up for the Colonials last season.
After lugging your belongings into your residence hall, take a trip to Target and Bed Bath & Beyond in Columbia Heights – but be sure to bring The Hatchet’s shopping list to keep your home organized. Wardrobe Blazer A classic blazer is a necessity for interviews or classy dinners with friends. Invest in one – […]
The administrator who massively overhauled the University’s disciplinary policies will now focus on creating a campus climate that embraces a broad range of backgrounds. Former Assistant Dean of Students Tara Pereira is becoming a foot soldier for anti-discrimination and cultural inclusion efforts at GW, after more than a decade of focusing on making disciplinary procedures […]
More students than ever took online classes through GW this summer, as the University tries to steady its footing in the virtual classroom. The University counted 6 percent more undergraduate and graduate enrollments in the University’s growing slate of online courses, according to unofficial data from the Office of Summer Sessions. Most paid about $3,800 […]
As the semester picks up pace, the number of students who pledged to regularly visit the Lerner Health and Wellness Center to stay in shape will dwindle, freeing up sought-after treadmills. If you work out regularly, it becomes easier to justify a pastry to accompany your caffeine fix at Starbucks before walking into Gelman Library. […]