Inauguration is a rite of passage of sorts at GW. With four years of college and four years of the presidency serving as an easy heuristic, virtually every undergraduate can experience the rush of inauguration at some point. Tourists pour into the city from all over the world to see the president sworn in. Security […]
January 21, 2013
Stories from the January 21, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet.
If you go to GW, you’ve either spent the last two weeks hearing every girl on campus complain about finding a dress, or you are one of those girls who desperately needs one.
By creating an effective means to share knowledge with people who can’t afford a steep tuition bill, open online courses demonstrate how technology can be used as a public service.
GW ended a its five-game losing streak Sunday by reversing a pattern, turning its season-long struggles on offense into an efficient and methodical attack.
Two years after GW offered affinity housing as a way for students to live together based on a common interest, the housing office is looking to make the popular program more exclusive. Only registered student organizations or athletic groups can apply for the program this spring, GW Housing Programs director Seth Weinshel said. The University […]
Behind Post Hall is a pile of rusty, reddish brown scrap metal. But the flat, angular metal pieces of abstract art represent the mountains and majestic landscape of its namesake, a rural Vermont town called Pownal. The piece, created by an artist named Isaac Witkin in 1975, was donated to the University anonymously in 2008. […]
D.C.’s lone representative is mounting another campaign for statehood, one that has vast support from constituents but is likely doomed to die in Congress. Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., who submits a statehood bill every other year, has yet to see one of her attempts gain much traction. To become a law, her proposal would […]
Marketing students can now merge their love for the truck’s inventive mac and cheese creations with their passion for entrepreneurship.
The School of Media and Public Affairs will aim to build its brand and pump in revenue by launching programs to help professionals catch up in the digital age. The school’s first jump into executive education, a major money-maker typically offered by business schools, will try to tap into D.C.’s wide market of professionals working […]