Bogdan Petvokic is preparing himself to step up and lead by example as the Colonials step into the pool for their first games of the year this weekend.
September 3, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 7
Stories from the September 3, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The five liquor law violations were reported in University Yard starting at about 4 p.m., which compares to 12 violations at last year’s Spring Fling starring Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences already fields more applications from black and Latino students than nearly every school in the country. And the school’s newly hired diversity leader, Yolanda Haywood, said she hopes to keep the school ahead of the pack.
The returns of track and diving support Patrick Nero’s two-year-old pledge to give every GW athletic program the chance to make a run in playoff competition.
Does it take a transgender Student Association president to achieve this important step for diversity and inclusivity?
The office will create a September challenge to reward the hall that saves the most water and energy with a water bottle spigot in its lobby.
When it comes to crime, sometimes what side of the street you’re on makes all the difference. That’s the case in D.C., where private college police forces like GW’s have the power to rule on campuses, but are allowed to keep crime details under lock and key. The Metropolitan Police Department enforces law and order […]
The men’s soccer team battled through an up-and-down opening weekend, due in part to the “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” routine they’ve been putting on on defense.
For longer than Chief Kevin Hay has been at GW, responding to off-campus incidents was a regular duty for UPD officers, according to new interviews.