The unsettling scene, which ended with sounds of gunshots as the boys exited the stage, was one in a series of ten short plays and monologues penned by Maryland prisoners to appear in the annual Page to Stage series run by the Kennedy Center.
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 college concert circuit proves that GW’s Fall Fest could have been worse. Check out these other woeful campus concerts from schools across the country this year.
GW Housing officials are working with student leaders to craft ways for juniors to live in residence halls that now house sophomores, which would bring prices down and make them comparable to low-cost apartments near campus.
At least 71 people were trapped in residence hall elevators at GW last year, with a total of 30 elevator shutdowns across campus, according to a request filed through the Freedom of Information Act. That’s double the number of incidents from the previous year.
Hosting the 2024 Olympics would be a massively expensive endeavor, but it presents an otherwise impossible opportunity to revitalize the District and even our University.
After a huge drop in first-year students last year, the GW Law School rebounded to enroll a significantly larger class this fall, despite a national decrease in applications.
After a summer of dramatics in the hallways of the Council’s headquarters – with neighborhood leaders accusing Evans of buttering up GW administrators with a $2.8 million land deal – the city began its probe just one day after a GW senior’s allegations were published in a local paper.
GW’s counseling center has linked his office with the four training clinics, which will also help pave the way for the UCC to again become a training program for aspiring psychologists.
If GW adopted a new form of transcript, which is gaining momentum across higher education, it could tell a more complete story about a student’s academic history.
Highlights from the University Police Department’s crime log.