When it comes to the more asinine, useless security precautions, GW should stop behaving like a father-knows-best state. Instead it should actually emphasize what makes a neighborhood safe: a community that looks out for its own.
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.
Military veterans, who make up about 15 percent of the GW’s police force, have served in conflicts ranging from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to missions in Korea. UPD’s chief said someone with a background in the armed forces makes for a prime applicant to the department.
The senior international affairs major watched her father, Hashmat Ghani Ahmadzai, govern about 2.4 million Afghani Pashtun nomads. But he didn’t tell her about his presidential aspirations until the night before he registered this month.
This month, Misganaw will take time off from school again to tour with DJ group Thievery Corporation.
Students will be able to track FIXit’s progress online each month as the University’s facilities services aim to speed up response times.
A former research director says he was fired just weeks after he alerted GW’s legal office that a colleague was illegally trying to control at least $5 million in federal dollars.
When the public health school moves into its new building next year, the college could ditch the layout of a typical academic building and instead offer space to professors from different fields, splitting up faculty who have spent years working side by side.
Fifty years ago, most students commuted to Foggy Bottom for classes each day, creating an alumni base with loose social ties to GW. Now, with thousands of graduate students who spend the majority of their time off campus in online programs, GW is crafting a plan to avoid repeating history. To help more students become […]
GW got the wind knocked out of it Sunday. The Colonials couldn’t break a 0-0 double overtime deadlock Sunday – an outcome that gives them some momentum, but no clear path to their first postseason berth since 2002.
After a four-game skid to close out non-conference play this year, the coaching staff decided to shake-up the lineup and called on Farrell to try to stop the bleeding.