Four years later, students dashed again down Pennsylvania Avenue and across 17th Street to revel in the reelection of President Barack Obama. The anxious waiting game as Obama racked up electoral votes broke into a rowdy after-party in front of the White House – a GW and D.C. tradition. News outlets announced an Obama win […]
November 8, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 26
Stories from the November 8, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
When President Barack Obama begins his second term in January, he will have four years to deliver on campaign promises made this fall, facing the same partisan political backdrop as his first term. To sway young people, Obama stumped on jobs and college affordability – issues that higher education and economic experts warned would be […]
When alumna Cayo Gamber legally adopted her partner’s daughter, she had to explain to the 7-year-old why her moms weren’t married.
At least two students landed seats on the neighborhood’s top governing group Tuesday, with two more still awaiting their results.
The year-and-a-half-long presidential campaign finally came to an end Tuesday.
Tickets for the University’s Inaugural Ball sold out Tuesday, just minutes after President Barack Obama was reelected and less than 24 hours after sales opened up.
Thursday Former Congresswoman Jane Harmen Hear Former Congresswoman Jane Harmen, also the director and CEO of the Woodrow Wilson Center, discuss the role of women in public service. 1957 E Street, City View Room – 10 a.m. Former Ambassador of Afghanistan Said Tayeb Jawad Attend a lecture by a former ambassador to Afghanistan about the […]
Junior Jane Fenterstock found a new way to enjoy New York’s graffiti: by wearing it.
Crystal City was built to look old. It reminded me of the 500-year-old Grand Bazaar in Turkey, with its 61 covered streets and 3,000-plus shops.