Allee Sangiolo often sees films at the E Street Cinema, but Tuesday she will get to watch a work of her own. Sangiolo, 24, co-wrote a short documentary titled “The Capital Buzz,” one of 140 films featured in the ninth annual DC Shorts Film Festival. The alumna originally helped create the film as a project […]
September 10, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 9
Stories from the September 10, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A housekeeping employee is suing the University for upward of $1.3 million.
Monday Impressions From North Korea: Insights From Two GW Travelers Hear students share their summer experiences teaching and researching in North Korea. 1957 E St., Room 505 – 12:30 p.m. Tuesday GW Remembers 9/11: Moment of Silence and Remembrance Vigil Honor and remember the nine alumni who died Sept. 11 on its 11th anniversary. University […]
Nearly a dozen trucks, like CapMac, Tasty Kabob, AZN Eats and Sauca said they want to accept GWorld payments, but the University does not offer trucks that option, hindering their business.
The University is looking to establish a pre-college program to bring foreign students to the Virginia Science and Technology Campus in order to help them brush up on their English and prepare for a potential academic future in the U.S. The program, still in the early planning stages, would launch as the University and colleges […]
Freshmen in the Dean’s Scholars in Shakespeare program joined a living community and will take part in expanded course offerings on sonnets and soliloquies this fall. The University added scholarships and housed the 15 students in the Shakespeare program together in Cole Hall on the Mount Vernon Campus to establish it as an anchor for […]
Despite a brief flurry of success, the Colonials’ early season woes continued this weekend. After tallying its second win in a row in Wednesday’s home opener against UMBC, GW (2-9) hoped to carry some of that confidence into the Spring Hill Suites at Arundel Mills Invitational. But once again, the Colonials found themselves departing a […]
No institution of higher education is immune to cheating – even on a large scale.
Head coach Craig Jones looked at his players after a two-goal loss Friday afternoon and demanded a charged response Sunday. He knew his team could rebound from the 3-1 defeat at the hands of VMI to respond decisively, regaining ground in both its record and its confidence. So when GW took the field Sunday in […]