For the first time this fall, chapters are being explicitly encouraged to bring on new members after formal recruitment ends Sept. 27.
September 16, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 9
Stories from the September 16, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The organization hopes to collaborate with other campus organizations like Allied in Pride, which organizes social and political advocacy and philanthropic events while serving as a safe space for anyone in the LGBTQ community.
With just two weeks before the team heads into Atlantic 10 Conference play, head coach Amanda Ault must now decide how to best use her young roster, while knowing that she will be without two of the team’s veterans and past statistical leaders.
The change comes after 19 Student Association leaders lashed back at the policy, signing an open letter calling on administrators to abolish the time window last spring.
But if District authorities won’t allow its residents to carry guns to defend themselves, at the very least, trained law enforcement officials must be equipped with guns to protect us. I’m talking about the University Police Department, whose officers don’t carry much more than pepper spray and handcuffs.
How serendipitous, and oddly unintentional, that a few short weeks after a former university president releases a book on various upheavals in leadership, GW experiences some administrative turmoil of its own.
So despite years of training and tournament experience, for the first time, freshman Colin Kennedy is the outsider. He’s coming into an inexperienced, but close-knit, team that saw together last year the steep learning curve that comes with being a varsity sport.
Though the space is improved, the trek underlines performance groups’ nagging space issues. The new warehouse is 30 minutes away from Foggy Bottom.
The former business school dean, fired for overspending by $13 million, is now raising big questions about his dismissal.