For men’s head soccer coach Craig Jones, patience is as much a virtue to live by as it is a strategy on the pitch. And as players have learned from their new leader, patience has the potential to pay off in a big way. After 14 years with the Colonials, as a player and then […]
August 30, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 6
Stories from the August 30, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
This week The Hatchet reviews the scores and bores of a variety of musical acts visiting the District.
Skewers are the perfect party food – you can eat them without even putting down your drink.
In the past year, GW hired 96 new full-time faculty members, up from 76 new hires in the fall of last year.
An athletics department campaign is stressing the University’s commitment to discrimination-free recruitment.
This weeks letters focus on the University’s rebranding campaign.
The University is housing most newly enrolled transfer students under the same roof this year in the latest round of a guessing game on how to help new non-freshmen transition into GW.
One of the University’s newest researchers published a report Monday that solved a deep sea mystery that has eluded scientists for nearly 200 years. Keith Crandall, a biology professor and founding director of GW’s new Computational Biology Institute, led a team of researchers to crack the DNA code of the so-called “monster larva” that fishermen […]