Two games. Two ties. One solid weekend of Atlantic 10 conference competition for the men’s soccer team.
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.
The fund would help erase one of the most subtle components of campus class divisions: whether or not students on opposite sides of GW’s wide socioeconomic gap get a visit from mom and dad.
The University brought in about $8 million from parents who have no other ties to GW last year, a 272 percent increase from the year before.
The number of fires reported on the Foggy Bottom Campus doubled over a three year period, with more than half of the incidents caused by kitchen appliances.
My mom has called me once a month since my freshman year. With the critical sincerity of nearly every Jewish mother, she asks me the same questions. “Are you eating enough?” “Remember, soup isn’t a meal.” “What is your stress level?” “Are you having any fun?” But as we approach Colonials Weekend, when our campus […]
As GW pushes forward with ambitious plans to revive the University Counseling Center, top administrators said the office has run out of room to grow. Administrators have poured at least $150,000 into the UCC over the last year to hire staff members and has targeted expanding services like group help sessions – part of an […]
EMeRG raised $8,300 for a high-tech dispatch system that will allow the group to take charge of nearly all 9-1-1 calls on campus, bringing down costs for students who would otherwise pay between $400 and $800 for treatment by D.C. Fire and EMS.
Admissions officials are in talks with other institutions to pair up admissions counselors and bring in a larger and more diverse applicant pool without increasing recruitment costs – a top goal for the University after several years of lackluster application growth.
A GW microfinance organization will look to give out loans to small businesses and startups in the D.C. area with the help of donations from GW alumni. Down the line, the students hope to turn their organization into a business, coaching and holding seminars on microfinancing.
Highlights from the UPD crime log.