The responsibility to pursue positive health practices and demonstrate interest for this free program falls on students – not on administrators or even student leaders.
October 7, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 12
Stories from the October 7, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The two-floor restaurant combines modern Japanese art with a more classic wooden feel to make for a cool lounge setting. Daikaya is a two-for-one experience.
The last time I set foot in Tenleytown was my junior year of high school, on my way to and from my tour of American University. Since then, I never had reason to return to the far north neighborhood with the cutesy name – until I became curious.
The University is taking on the city to recover more than $7 million in property taxes, claiming the city did not fairly weigh the value of GW-owned buildings.
GW Animal Advocates will meet weekly to plan their animal rights advocacy, ranging from factory farming to animal abuse to animal shelter standards.
As a campus community, our commitment to suicide prevention is just beginning.
The Jewish community hub will have four above-ground floors, two of which will be leased to the University for student space. It’s expected to finish in January 2016, which leaves Hillel without a home for about a year and a half.
The 58-year-old alumnus who was killed in the Navy Yard shooting last month wrote his graduate sociology thesis on D.C.-area violence – research that his former mentor called “a sad irony” in the aftermath of his death.
The white room glowed blue as I made my way by crowds playing Mario Kart, Connect Four and Cards Against Humanity. At the bar, I ordered my go-to bottle, Newcastle Brown Ale, which was conveniently priced at $5.
In April 2000, the University was overturned when nearly 10,000 protesters swarmed the city during the Washington A16 rallies against the IMF.