Now, on the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, a night of coordinated attacks against Jews in Nazi Germany, a concert opera has been created from the GW guest lecturer’s memoir, “The Lost Childhood.”
November 4, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 16
Stories from the November 4, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A SA committee will spend the next three months studying what student voting members could bring to the University’s highest governing body, looking deeply at the governing structure of similar schools across the country. That research will likely become the basis of the student leaders’ pitch to the Board at its February meeting, Ryan Counihan said.
A long-time Faculty Senate leader is pushing the Board to give the senate a chance to review changes to the faculty code before they adopt it in May, and warned that an announcement this week from the provost’s office opening administrators’ accessibility of online courses could lead to a similar outcry.
Media Credit: Hatchet File Photo Junior midfielder Nicole Belfonti races down the field last month against VCU. In a matter of 35 seconds, the women’s soccer team’s surprising season was snapped. Despite peaking over the last two weeks, scoring seven goals in just their last two games, the Colonials reverted to their scoreless ways, and […]
this becomes a problem when liberal professors cross the line between teacher and activist. It creates an alienating tension worsened by the inherent power relationship between teacher and student.
Under third-year head coach Mike Jones, the Highlanders return 12 players, including their five top scorers from last year’s 13-19 team.
GW athletics’ student fan group wiped away its $25 fee Wednesday to help spark interest in a basketball program that finished in the cellar of the Atlantic 10 in attendance last year.
Dayton took care of Saint Joseph’s, 140 miles north of the District. Over in Richmond, Va., Saint Louis shut out VCU. With those results, the women’s soccer team was in control of their own fate heading into Sunday’s matchup: a win over Richmond, and the Colonials would make their first postseason appearance since 2002. Responding […]
Events occurring at GW this week.
A student organization called Ascension: GW began working with survivors of sexual assault in October, fusing yoga with traditional talk therapy to help with recovery.