April 15, 2013
Volume 109, Issue 55
Stories from the April 15, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
It was, at once, a day that captured a snapshot of where the women’s tennis program has been and what it will become. After a ceremony honoring outgoing seniors, strong play from the Colonials’ freshmen was instrumental in capturing a 4-3 victory over Atlantic-10 foe Fordham Saturday afternoon. Before the competition got underway, seniors Mimi […]
In part spurred by the efforts of Victoria Valos, the Colonials went on to win the first game of the doubleheader against St. Bonaventure.
Increasing allocations for smaller student organizations will allow them to put capital toward more ambitious efforts.
Shashwat Gautam has returned home to northern India this year during breaks to survey citizens on political and welfare issues.
GW will sponsor the visas of non-degree international students to take courses on campus for the first time this summer, feeding more foreign students into the University to produce about $250,000 in revenue. The programs for non-GW and high school students will increase the University’s name recognition, attracting more foreign students, Associate Provost for International […]
After 27 minutes of several turnovers, fouls and ground balls in the second half of Sunday’s game, the Colonials finally netted a goal, cutting Duquesne’s lead to one. But the rally was short-lived. The Dukes were able to hold off the Colonials over the final three minutes, and GW ultimately fell 6-5 to its Atlantic […]
A local school that recently avoided closure because of a city-planned merger may not have room to accept more students as planned because of enrollment boosts. The city allowed Francis-Stevens Education Campus, a pre-kindergarten through eighth grade school, to stay open in January after it was slated as a satellite campus for the School Without […]
If The Washington Post really wanted to catch a glimpse of GW nightlife, the reporter should have gone to McFadden’s any Tuesday night.