Sons of Pitch, the all-male a cappella group, reunited 32 former members to perform at the Betts Theatre on Saturday, with some alumni flying in from as far away as Sweden and Japan.
September 30, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 11
Stories from the September 30, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW has committed millions of dollars to help veterans afford a GW education and is building a reputation as a military-friendly reputation by focusing on extra on-campus support. In turn, the University hopes to capitalize on the growing population through a host of academic programs that will generate nearly $2 million in extra revenue.
Unlike colleges in Detroit, Philadelphia and Baltimore, GW is stressing improved neighbor relations as the main push for the expanded jurisdiction, rather than bulking up student safety measures.
A more efficient, aggressive attack, led by Abbate and Wallis, should help the Colonials turn some of their ties into wins, and lead to fortunate outcomes against A-10 opponents.
More than 300 men were invited to join Greek life Saturday after two weeks of recruitment, with six out of GW’s seven largest chapters handing out fewer bids than they did last fall.
Led by a rising sophomore star from Serbia and a senior with a basket full of awards, GW is trying to make its mark as a water polo powerhouse. But that still leaves fans wondering: Why is this obscure sport worth watching and how is GW succeeding?
Student organizations will be forced to disband this year if they do not meet or plan events regularly.
Mayor Vincent Gray has maintained the city will remain open, designating the work of all D.C. agencies as “essential” and therefore immune to closure if lawmakers fail to pass a budget stopgap before the next fiscal year starts Oct. 1.
It may seem easy to ditch healthy meals to save money, but fresh fall food staples don’t have to exceed your Colonial Cash budget or your dwindling bank account. Check out price and quality comparisons for healthy produce and main courses across farmers’ markets in Penn Quarter, Foggy Bottom and Dupont. PASTA The market: Penn […]