The Colonials need a new rival.
October 18, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 20
Stories from the October 18, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Gelman Library study rooms booked? A local startup that launched at GW Tuesday offers a Blackboard-meets-Facebook website that lets students study together online instead.
Let’s be real. As soon as the schedule of classes for next semester came out Monday, the first thing everyone did was check out potential professors on RateMyProfessors.com.
Thursday GW Museum groundbreaking The University will kick off construction on the project in partnership with the Textile Museum, slated to open in fall 2014. University Yard – 4:30 p.m. Friday Innovation and Opportunity in Russia Hear from the vice president of strategy and corporate development at one of Russia’s largest telecommunications firms. 1957 E […]
Religious groups should be able to express their political beliefs When reading Monday’s issue of The Hatchet, I came across Justin Peligri’s column, “Campus religious groups are no place for politics” (Oct. 15, p. 4). As an alumna of GW and the Newman Center, I wanted to point out that while Peligri makes it quite […]
D.C. is a culturally diverse city, but breaking out of the Foggy Bottom bubble can be hard.
On the cheap side J Bell’s Wing House (715 Euclid St. NW) At first glance, J Bell’s Wing House looks more like a vibrant yellow corner store than a carryout restaurant and caterer. But the exterior is = part of this southern-flavored hole-in-the-wall’s charm. Buffalo wings ($13.99 for 10 pieces) are the main attraction at […]
The emergence of freshman Alexis Huntey as a standout setter for the women’s volleyball team was born of what appeared, at first, to be a major setback.