Highlights from the University’s crime log.
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.
But after going from spectator to performer, and literally walking a mile in Angel’s heels, I now understand drag as an art form. Drag is meaningful so many people who put the same effort and creativity into their craft as actors or artists.
Students are taking charge of efforts to increase study abroad participation among minority students.
The owner of The Avenue announced plans to put the commercial and residential powerhouse on the market last week, seeking a new buyer for a lease that has pumped millions of dollars into GW’s pockets.
James Brown of Southeast D.C. was arrested Friday for aggravated assault after he allegedly attacked Jason Chambers, a fencing instructor in the department of exercise science.
Sen. Ryan Counihan, SoB-U, said he wants to press the University’s highest governing body to adopt students as voting members to improve transparency and communication between GW’s top leadership and its students.
Graduate student forward Megan Nipe showed no signs of regressing from her breakout season last year, putting up 29 points – 19 of them coming in the first half.
Heading into year two, Tsipis said he has a better hold on his program, with a strategically strong schedule and a team made up of key returning seniors, energetic transfers and new recruits that are gelling to help bring the team back to national recognition.
Larsen executed an offseason workout and nutrition regimen to spark his revival. He’s transformed his game and his body quickly, dropping his weight from 262 pounds to 247. Most noticeably, though, Larsen went from 16.5 percent body fat down to 8.6 percent.
Megan Nipe has led on the court as one of GW’s top scorers. But soon, she hopes to lead on the sidelines. Nipe will graduate this year after four seasons as one of women’s basketball’s top players. But she has found a more recent aspiration that will allow her to stay close to the sport […]