September 9, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 8
Stories from the September 9, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Nero has done more than just bring an array of construction workers to campus, though. He has also attracted a new breed of head coaches – all with long lists of credentials – that are doing their own part in attracting recruits.
The scene shows a 13-year-old survivor of a violent Philadelphia race riot attack being questioned in a deposition. When he says truth to him means not to lie, he’s asked what happens to people who lie. “They get hurt,” he replies.
King Street was alive and bustling with pedestrians enjoying the sunny day. The city’s main draw is its rich history.
Internships without wages do pay. Without them, hands-on experience for college students disappears. Professional references are unavailable. Students lose the valuable opportunity to check out various workplaces.
Jack Evans has already faced scrutiny from the city twice in his bid for mayor, but longtime followers of city politics predict it will have little impact on his chances next spring.
Over the summer, a strange thing happened: The unwashed masses of unpaid interns broke their shackles and slew their oppressors. Of course, this is hyperbole, but you get the point. In June, a federal district court judge in New York ruled in favor of former unpaid interns who sued Fox Searchlight Pictures for compensation. The […]
Chefs paid homage to literary characters including “Hunger Games” protagonist Katniss Everdeen, Pocahontas, the Mad Hatter and the Ugly Duckling – all dripping in chocolate and sparkling with sugar.
Some of the events happening at GW this week.
The GW Law School will form a search committee at the end of the month to lead a national search for the school’s next dean.