As GW searches over the next year for a new University Counseling Center location, the head of that office said Thursday that the new spot must strike a balance between accessibility and anonymity. UCC director Silvio Weisner said his top priority is keeping concealed the identities of students who seek counseling. The University announced three […]
November 18, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 18
Stories from the November 18, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
In her time between classes, friends and work, Garsia has uploaded nearly 300 videos over the past four-and-a-half years to her YouTube channel ‘Smilecuzurhappy,’ a hobby that transitioned into a part-time job when she partnered with YouTube in 2011 and YouTube beauty network Stylehaul six months later.
The attorney for 24-year-old Rahul Gupta told a Maryland courtroom last week that the Oct. 13 stabbing was a “hot-blooded response to some type of provocation” rather than an intentional attack. Four criminal defense attorneys said the court may favor a manslaughter plea over a murder charge.
For the first time in four years, there is no clear favorite to run away with the Atlantic 10 championship crown for women’s volleyball.
GW’s largest residence hall for graduate students, the Hall on Virginia Avenue, will also open to professors after a two-year renovation project estimated to cost about $35 million.
On top of helping to serve meals and run job trainings for some of Columbia Heights’ poorest residents each week, senior Max Steininger also coordinates student volunteers. Steininger, who works at the homeless prevention group Thrive D.C., is learning the “logistical side of non-profit work” as one of 10 student leaders who work for a […]
When it comes to whether or not admissions officers stalk internet profiles, students are left to assume. Granted, it’s our prerogative to be smart on the internet. But universities also aren’t internet cops, judges or juries.
After her mother was rushed to the hospital last week and her 5-year-old daughter started kindergarten this fall, Tara Pereira said she will step down next month as GW’s sexual harassment and discrimination coordinator.
Six out of GW’s 10 schools enrolled fewer students this fall, likely equaling millions of dollars in lost tuition revenue.
The historic elementary school, closed since 2008, sits idly between 21st and K streets with a faded white brick facade and playground enclosed behind a chain-link fence. It was the city’s first public school for black children, nurturing generations of Jarvis’ family since her grandmother attended more than 120 years ago.