Fall means comfy sweaters, crunchy leaves, apple picking and pumpkin spice lattes. This year, Starbucks celebrates their 10th anniversary of their pumpkin spice latte (PSL), so Hatchet Reporter Josh Solomon went around D.C. to picks out the best pumpkin items the District has to offer.
October 14, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 13
Stories from the October 14, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW graduate student Rahul Gupta, who had just turned 24, told officers that he killed a friend he had known since high school, Georgetown law student Mark Waugh, because he thought his girlfriend and Waugh were involved romantically behind his back.
Members of the Student Dining Board say they want more organizations know about the group’s $30,000 pot of cash from GW’s dining company, Sodexo, which can be used to cater any campus event.
The Blackbox Theatre on the Mount Vernon Campus has been transformed into the interior of a Gothic Revival Mansion – a lounge, a study room, a kitchen, and even a secret passage way – giving“ Clue” a mysterious aura.
The upgrades are part of a years-long sustainability effort to eventually slice millions from the University’s utilities bill. This year’s upgrades have cost about $11 million so far in total.
GW ranked No. 76 in a Center for a Public Anthropology study that measured the number of times professors from social science departments in universities across the country interact with the media from 2006 to 2011.
There are few sights in D.C. more beautiful than the Capitol at night. But walk inside should make you wince.
Crowds have swelled lately for the weekend shows of seniors Nick Rouner and Ernesto “Andres” Stewart, who comprise DJ group Nick&Andres. The duo have become fixtures of the D.C. house and EDM scene, frequenting clubs like Heist and Lima and recently commanding a 4,000-person crowd at Life in Color festival.
As the political science department reaches its 100th year, professors say an increased push for research has moved the department into the top tier.
From sing-offs to forensic crime-fighting, check out the top five on-campus Colonials Weekend events.