Students are hardly using the blue lights, anyway. Hay said that the use of blue lights has fallen 26 percent since last year – and that the majority of uses were pranks. That sounds more like a liability to UPD than a necessary security precaution for students.
November 11, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 17
Stories from the November 11, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Small-time artists reign supreme across D.C.’s concert circuit this month, so check out shows at Black Cat and 9:30 throughout the end of November.
Senior Maria Seidel has restructured Shakespeare’s “Henry VIII” to highlight parallels between 16th century historical figure King Henry VIII and the 1960’s beloved American president a week before the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
Natalie Leger hated “the look.” After four months of chemotherapy regimens during her junior year of high school – requiring a dozen different drugs and causing her hair to fall out – the glances of pity from friends and family were more bitter reminders that she had Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. “They don’t know that they’re giving […]
Interviews, letters and lawsuits from 11 current and former employees describe a dysfunctional system for escalating concerns, amounting to what one former employee called a “culture of repression.”
The University’s investments in real estate have tripled over the past decade, topping $813 million at the end of last fiscal year, according to GW’s recently released 2013 financial report.
In light of the recent embarrassments at the hands of administrators – like the need-blind scandal and the firing of the business school dean – the SA can make a good case for why we need a student voice on the board.
Through the haze of on-field fights, sideline shouting and an eventual 1-0 loss against La Salle, a bigger story revealed itself Sunday: The men’s soccer team would be missing out on the Atlantic 10 Championships for the second straight year.
Events occuring at GW this week.