University President Steven Knapp spoke with The Hatchet hours after U.S. News & World Report announced GW would be removed from the magazine’s 2013 rankings. The content of this interview has been edited for length. Hatchet: What did you think when you first heard the news? Steven Knapp: I was surprised because all indications we […]
November 15, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 28
Stories from the November 15, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
11/17/12 at Boston University | Boston, Mass. 1 p.m. ET 11/21/12 at Notre Dame | South Bend, Ind. 7 p.m. ET GW travels to South Bend to take on a Fighting Irish squad that was 16-1 at home last season, whose repertoire includes an upset of No. 1-ranked Syracuse and an NCAA tournament appearance. 11/24/12 […]
Follow these simple recipes to add just the right amount of flavor to any celebration. Fire and Ice What’s more fun than doing a shot with friends? The answer is obvious: doing two shots with friends. Fire and Ice is a duo that begins with a spicy shot of Fireball Whiskey, Sriracha hot sauce and […]
Malice or not, there was someone who believed estimations could be made to compute class rank.
This Thursday students will vote on a student fee hike. Instead of paying $1.50 per credit hour, incoming students, starting with the Class of 2017, will see a 25-cent increase each year until the fee is $3. While that may not seem like much, in six years, students will pay a $90 student fee each […]
It is worrisome that GW cannot trust its own admissions office to provide and maintain accurate records.
Noisy Gelman Library construction will tone down during finals. Disruptive work typically conducted between 4 and 7 a.m. near Gelman will be suspended during the majority of the final exam period, from Dec. 13 to 21, Senior Associate Vice President of Operations Administration John Ralls said. Jack hammering, drilling and other “exceptionally noisy” activities at […]