The Colonials needed an injection of confidence.
September 6, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 8
Stories from the September 6, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Crisp weather and sun are not the only reasons students crowd the outdoors.
As the second year of Patrick Nero’s term begins, the athletic director is preparing to amplify his focus on fundraising efforts.
Like many students, I start my day by reading the paper.
Response to Task Force staff editorial In the staff editorial Sept. 4, The Hatchet commended University President Steven Knapp for establishing a process to review the Freeh report on Pennsylvania State University as it relates to GW, but also raised a concern that the Task Force was not announced until last week. I want to […]
When Scip Barnhart worked at the Corcoran College of Art and Design, he once invited his art students to meet GW students at his home in The West End. They spent the evening conversing as jazz played in the background.
If you have yet to venture into Gelman Library, you may have missed the newly installed Colonial Printing system with touch-screen kiosks to print wirelessly. Academic Technologies and GW Libraries partnered with a service called Wireless Everywhere, Print Anywhere for Gelman and Eckles libraries. The service uses cloud-based technology which allows print jobs to be […]
Disorderly Conduct 8/28/12 Time: 5:20 a.m. Location: 24th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue – Case closed A University Police Department officer confronted a man urinating in public. Subject barred from campus 9/1/12 Time: 12:58 a.m. Location: 2100 block of F Street – Case closed UPD responded to a report of someone throwing a can of beer […]
Accounts of the blistering heat of Middle Eastern deserts and consequences of combat took the stage Wednesday with author and journalist Sebastian Junger.