January 31, 2013

Volume 109, Issue 37

Stories from the January 31, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Staff Editorial: A rally is one small step to student space

When Student Association President Ashwin Narla spoke with The Hatchet’s editorial board at his endorsement hearing last spring, he said he would not only represent students if elected, but also give them an integral role in the advocacy process. He pledged to be the voice of the student body – not an arm of the […]

Inside our pages

If you picked up a print copy of The Hatchet in the past few days, you might have noticed a change to the top of the opinions page.

Op-Ed: More opportunities to assemble

To the GW community: Student space means additional study rooms on campus, more places to hang out and more opportunities for student organizations to assemble, hold events and make an impact. It’s about more than just the physical area — it is the idea that the community has its own place to pursue its goals, […]

Students urge GW to address campus space crunch

The Student Association will look to stir up a campus-wide push for more student space on campus this week, continuing a year-and-a-half battle. Before the Board of Trustees meeting next month, the SA will “dorm storm” every building on campus and hold a student space rally Thursday with enough free food for 1,500 students. The […]

From GWTV to CBS

While millions will gather around their televisions Sunday for the biggest football game of the year, one junior will stand on the sidelines.

Crime Log

Destruction 01/23/13 – Time unknown Alleyway between H and I streets Case closedA staff member reported a punctured tire on a 4-RIDE vehicle and said he believed the damage was deliberate.No suspects or witnesses Drug Law Violation/Liquor Law Violation 01/24/13 – 11:23 a.m. Schenley Hall Case closedAn Office of Health and Safety staff member reported […]

Colonials fall in double overtime to Duquesne

What does double overtime against a team tied for first place for the conference, undefeated in league play, say? It spells tenacity. And fight. And heart – three qualities head coach Jonathan Tsipis thinks his team has. That’s why, even though the Colonials ultimately fell 63-59 in double overtime to Duquesne, Tsipis immediately emphasized the […]