Monday Women in Politics Panel Listen to three female leaders discuss the importance of prominent women in political power at this event put on by GW Women in Business. Marvin Center Room 309 – 7 p.m. Ambassador of Ireland Listen to Irish Ambassador Michael Collins discuss Ireland’s economic recovery and Irish-U.S. relations. 1957 E St., […]
October 29, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 23
Stories from the October 29, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
It’s hard to imagine GW students without their iPhones and Macs always at the ready.
Last-minute Hurricane preparations mean a stockpile of water, food, flashlights and, of course, alcohol.
When Ericka Medina found out in high school that her best friend was struggling with depression, the now-sophomore realized the power of a support network.
Hopefully you’ve stocked up with the proper supplies, namely enough booze, to last through the storm.
Facing a still-bleak economic outlook, GW families are continuing to take out private loans at higher rates than many similar institutions.
A fourth GW student is looking to edge into local politics this fall, running to serve as a neighborhood commissioner for the Mount Vernon Campus. Freshman Jevin Hodge, who lives in Somers Hall on the Vern, is vying for a seat on the Advisory Neighborhood Commission to oversee community concerns like construction and traffic in […]
Activists claim the city is losing out on $30 million in a massive development deal in the West End neighborhood just north of campus.
The Colonials couldn’t keep their hot streak going.