A look at events happening this week at GW.
September 23, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 10
Stories from the September 23, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Now starting in her first year for the Colonials, freshman Lina Proska continues to improve her strength and physical fitness, while attributing her learning of the fundamental “nuts and bolts” of the game to living in Europe.
The NROTC program has long been dominated by males. But GW’s senior NROTC class boasts six female midshipmen who have tried to make the gender gap easier to navigate for the about 40 women in GW’s program overall.
The fifth annual Virgin Mobile FreeFest brought a swarm of over 50,000 fans clutching rain jackets and umbrellas to the Merriweather Post Pavilion for 20 performances across three stages Saturday.
With the National Book Festival taking place on the National Mall this past weekend, District residents and academics have been thinking a lot about literature. And the event has prompted me to think about how Knapp’s theory may apply to me as a student.
At GW, a school prone to a different kind of infighting and financial mismanagement, we should be glad that there’s no football stadium in Foggy Bottom.
On the high-stakes issue of sexual assault, we’re glad the administration has been persistent in trying to get its University-wide reporting policy right.
So far this semester, the GW School of Business hasn’t been focusing on the education of its 3,600 students, but rather on the drama surrounding the school’s leader and faculty. The school’s mismanagement, lack of consistent leadership and immature politicking is putting that education at risk. Last week, The Hatchet reported that, following Dean Doug […]
Against Bucknell, who beat GW in the first round of postseason play last year, four goals each from senior Daniel Tyner and junior Ridvan Pehlivan carried the Colonials to a 15-14 win over the Bison.