The University is required to pay taxes on the commercial properties it invests in. And the District is trying to take an advantage of that.
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.
Because this proposal will cost millions of dollars and require use in valuable campus space, we also have big questions. And so should student
The Bardi family’s memories are colored with moments that occurred on campus.
Hide your booze. Hide your bowls. Put on your best puppy dog eyes, and wait for campus to fill with tuition-payers and child-rearers. It’s parents weekend.
Your parents might not know what a Skrillex is or what twerking entails, but there’s not as much musical distance between you and your folks as you might think. Here are three concerts across the city during Colonials Weekend that you should you shouldn’t feel awkward dragging your parents to.
Faculty have had to pause grant applications and conference plans, as well as alter their class plans because sites like the U.S. Census Bureau have been shut down for the past week and a half.
Jack Evans has pulled in more than $390,000 for his campaign since August, inching ahead of fellow Council member Muriel Bowser, who raised more than $228,000, according to financial disclosure reports filed Thursday.
The government shutdown has stomped out the promise of your family’s long-planned jaunt through the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and the photo-op with the Lincoln Memorial. Thankfully, not everything in this town relies on federal dollars to keep the lights on.
The Colonials left the Smith Center floor as the more dominant team, controlling the entire final set of the five-set thriller. The win extended GW’s winning streak to three games, their first and longest win streak of the season, with two of the wins decided in a final set.
Dymond Redd spent her first semester at GW commuting from Maryland, struggling to connect with students and find the campus pulse. This semester, Redd is one of 16 mentors to help transfer students have a smoother transition to GW than she did.