A response from a former Residence Hall Association president.
April 29, 2013
Volume 109, Issue 59
Stories from the April 29, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating a sexual abuse allegation brought against the hot dog vendor who famously serves late-night snacks on 21st Street. A 19-year-old woman said Manouchehr Nava, known to customers as “Manouch,” hugged and kissed her three times the night of April 20. She said she was unsure whether Nava touched her […]
It is easy to be fooled into thinking that the main purpose of a college education is the acquisition of knowledge.
The University depended on tuition for about 62 percent of revenue last fiscal year, an increase over the past four years that heightens the urgency to bolster endowment, research and fundraising. GW’s reliance on tuition revenue is second-highest among the 14 schools GW calls its peers, according to a Hatchet analysis. Administrators will have little […]
A season-low round on day two of the three-day Atlantic 10 Championship helped the defending champion Colonials finish sixth this weekend, but was not enough for a surprise top finish.
It’s funny how we fall into things.
After D.C. approved an expansive campus plan in 2007, GW has erected and renovated academic buildings, residence halls and commercial properties, swelling debt nearly 80 percent to about $1.4 billion – slightly topping the University’s endowment.
There was no extra-inning drama in Harrisonburg on Sunday, no nail-biting finish to cap off the Colonials’ final non-conference series of the season. Nor was there a continuation of the solid pitching that pushed GW to near victory in game one and complete victory in game two. Instead, in game three, the Colonials (16-28, 7-8 […]