October 21, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 14
Stories from the October 21, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Highlights from the University’s crime log.
This is laudable progress for an often thankless job. Just five years ago, EMeRG did not even have its own certified ambulance.
The questions and politicking is heightened because the Student Bar Association does not post student funding requests and allocations publicly online. Transparency in this case can clear up a process that always involves limited resources and unfair outcomes.
At GW, where money is tight and departments feel shortchanged, administrators should avoid causes that sound sentimental but have little practical value.
The 300-capacity restaurant and music club in Georgetown showcases bluegrass, country, rock and folk, filling a musical vacancy in a city rife with rock, indie and hip hop venues.
Nelson Carbonell has his work cut out for him if he is going to reform a University with an uneven track record for transparency and a habit of shutting students out of decision making.
With Congress’ approval rating tanking to a dismal 11 percent after this month’s government shutdown, a group of more than a dozen students are trying to peel back the political labels to find commonalities on the biggest issues of their generation.
Foggy Bottom’s oldest hotel will shut down this winter to make way for a multimillion dollar renovation project, gutting the building’s maze-like hallways and more than doubling its rates.