It’s lunchtime in Foggy Bottom. J Street sounds unappealing already. Strewn across campus sit brightly colored food trucks all vying for student’s attention — and dollars. So which food trucks are worth your cash?
August 22, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 4
Stories from the August 22, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW and its mile-wide social circles make asking ‘what’d you do?’ and ‘who’d you do?’ an art form, especially after we’ve been forced to rely on Instagram photos and Facebook relationship statuses to get our fix of artistic inspiration over the last three months.
Saturday, Aug. 24 Move-in day Get settled in your room, catch up with (or get to know) your roommates and don’t forget to give mom and dad a hug good-bye. Residence halls open at 8 a.m. G-Dub First Night Check out the University’s welcome party with inflatables, games and performances and grab some free grub. […]
Administrators past and present agree that this generation of students is increasingly bringing a “consumer mentality” to college, putting pressure on officials to create a college experience that is worth nearly $60,000 a year. In turn, that demand is driving the cost of college even further.
Geneva Henry, who arrived just a month before GW renovated the building’s main level with sleek new furniture and more powerful desktops, said the upgrade allows the University to rethink the library’s primary purpose.
Officials announced this week that GW will set aside $250,000 annually for scholarships using cash that was previously spent to engrave graduating seniors’ names on campus bricks.
Nixing the Guide to Personal Success program – which paired all incoming freshmen with upperclassmen, faculty or alumni to ease the transition to college – is one of the most visible changes in the University’s constant tinkering of student life programs.
Library and UPD officials said the entrance of Gelman Library, which features about 15 additional security cameras and chest-high turnstile doors, would clamp down on security.
Josh Brown, the Ward 2 Council member’s campaign manager who earned a political science degree from GW in 2012, said his campaign is trying to turn attention away from trivial politics and towards the problems Evans has vowed to address.