A sophomore became the first candidate to announce his bid for Student Association president this spring, pledging to continue the battle for student space if elected. SA Sen. Michael Morgan, ESIA, said he will advocate for technology upgrades in conference rooms and classrooms, in addition to battling for Marvin Center and “superdorm” space. It would […]
February 4, 2013
Volume 109, Issue 38
Stories from the February 4, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
If you would love to head to Europe for break but lack the funds to get across the Atlantic, head north of the border to Canada to experience Montreal’s European vibe. And best of all: You don’t have to be 21 to indulge. Montreal’s drinking age is 18. Travel A direct flight from D.C. will […]
If you’re looking for an adventure over spring break but can’t afford to travel too far away, gather your friends and head to Shenandoah Valley. Pack your sneakers and spend your days hiking, horseback riding and spelunking in the western Virginia national park. With plenty of winding roads and trails to explore, Shenandoah might be […]
Niagara Falls sees about 12 million tourists per year. If you haven’t ever made the trip to this border landmark, check it out this break.
The Outer Banks, a string of islands off the coast of North Carolina, is a scenic destination known for its extensive shoreline. The Wright brothers’ first flight took place on the Outer Banks, and the monument to it is just one of many sights to see on North Carolina’s coast. Travel Since driving is out […]