Most undergraduates have no idea what they want to study when they come to college.
October 25, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 22
Stories from the October 25, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As caller-IDs become the norm and more people ditch landlines for cell phones, the fundraising game is getting tougher for the University’s student-run call center.
When a beer can was hurled at Marina Streznewski’s husband as he was walking on the street near their home, she decided to take action. The 54-year-old Foggy Bottom resident is banding together with other University neighbors to combat what they call the “increasingly rowdy behavior” of several students living off campus – a problem […]
GW asked city court last week to throw out a housekeeping employee’s $1.3 million lawsuit alleging that a University Police officer harassed and discriminated against her.
Students and faculty in the Elliott School of International Affairs say one of the signature proposals in the University’s strategic plan may hurt its admissions prospects and push away applicants.
Tommy DeVries spent his four-year GW career trying to land a job working for the band Shiny Toy Guns.
Dzhalal Agakishiev’s trek to chemistry class, in the torrential downpour before the sun came up Friday morning, was a bit of a slog.
It’s been six months since Jonathan Tsipis became the ninth head coach of the women’s basketball program.
D.C. is a city that cultivates cool.
It is no secret that GW students are vocal.