For the horror enthusiasts looking for a truly terrifying experience this Halloween, Gravensteen’s may not be the place to go. It’s fun and scary, but visitors won’t be losing any sleep after a night in this house of terrors.
October 28, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 15
Stories from the October 28, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Even with softer sentences for individuals caught with marijuana around the city, universities would still be able to discipline students.
The Student Association will spend the next two weeks drumming up support for its biggest goal of the year – relocating GW’s off-campus counseling center and health center – before it faces a campus-wide vote.
In its latest step to expand its online offerings, the University has partnered with 14 colleges nationwide to crowdsource each school’s most unique online courses. This is also one of GW’s first major moves online that would impact undergraduates.
University officials are bracing for a nearly 4,000 applications drop in undergraduate applications this year, the first decline in nearly a decade that will likely be mirrored nationwide.
Faculty reported a total of 125 academic violations, down from an all-time high last year, which Director of Student Academic Integrity Tim Terpstra said could be due to a heightened awareness of the academic code of integrity.
The balloon spire is part of an interactive exhibition that is a precursor to the upcoming TEDxFoggyBottom conference in February. Brian Doyle, organizer of TEDxFoggyBottom, reached out to Gallery 102 in hopes of collaborating and creating closer community ties within other university departments to promote thought and inspiration through student artwork.
Men’s basketball forward Patricio Garino will be sidelined for at least the next several weeks after fracturing a finger during practice last week, an Athletics Communications spokesperson confirmed Wednesday. Media Credit: Jordan Emont | Photo Editor Then-freshman forward Patricio Garino goes up for a lay up against a Richmond defender last year. The injury puts […]
Generic Theatre Company’s fall play series, which starts next week, will put strong female characters center-stage by presenting “The Diary of Anne Frank,” “Steel Magnolias” and “I Am My Own Wife.”
Events occurring at GW this year.