The University’s top safety officials said searches of several residence halls across campus on Monday were regular, scheduled inspections that led to one drug bust in a Greek townhouse, and happened to overlap with a drug and alcohol bust in Thurston Hall.
March 4, 2013
Volume 109, Issue 46
Stories from the March 4, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The District’s alcohol board is reviewing applications for two local pharmacies to sell beer and wine. The CVS and Walgreens stores along Connecticut Avenue are applying for “Class B” liquor licenses from the city’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. The stores would have to set aside 50 percent – or at least 6,000 square feet – […]
Monday Ron Paul Hear about the future of the U.S. from the most influential voice of the Libertarian party. Lisner Auditorium – 7 p.m. Tuesday Diffusing Democracy Join a Columbia University fellow to discuss the democratization of post-Communist nations and the promotion of global democracy. 1957 E St. Suite 412 – 4 p.m. Media and […]
The Hatchet’s monthly wrap-up of GW’s ups and downs.
When I first heard my friends were using the new dating app Tinder, I thought, “Finally. Grindr for everyone.”
Across the country, seniors are waiting anxiously to hear back from their dream colleges.
The University will partner with one of D.C.’s flagship theaters to explore the artistic and academic meaning of the Civil War on its 150th anniversary. The National Civil War Project will link GW with Arena Stage to create courses, seminars and a dozen Civil War productions over the next three years to examine modern and […]