Just 22 percent of 76 emergency calls for sexual assault have been written up by MPD since 2009, according to data obtained by The Hatchet
January 13, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 21
Stories from the January 13, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Jarred Stancil: By learning my grandparents’ life stories, even holiday gatherings become enthralling
The more they talked, the more my grandparents sounded like me. Though not identical, the stories they told reminded me of my own exploits.
It should be the prerogative of academic institutions – especially ones like GW, where politically active students can supposedly influence the “stroke of the president’s pen” – to use their laboratories to learn how to eliminate accidents from this deadly military program.
Highlights from the University’s crime log.
Monday, Jan. 13 Back to Basics: Lessons from Rebuilding Public Administration in Iraq Hear a panel from the National Academy of Public Administration reflect on the issues American development workers faced in Iraq. 6 p.m. Funger Hall Tuesday, Jan. 14 Screening of “King” Watch the History Channel documentary chronicling Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life […]
Regular columnists analyze campus culture to suss out problems and propose solutions. As The Hatchet’s new sex columnist – I’m a gay male undergraduate and a bottom, by the way – I have a similar charge. And it’s clear to me that we need to do more to satiate our kinks.
Mayor Vincent Gray kicked off his reelection campaign Saturday, an effort to build up political momentum as the alumnus tries to catch up to the other candidates.
The work-study system has drawn flak in recent months, with higher education policy advocates calling on the federal government to reform the way it distributes funds.
Your GWorld is replenished, so it’s time to invest your Netflix-soaked mind into your kitchen. The Hatchet talked with renowned chef Bobby Flay of the Food Network and Bobby’s Burger Palace for advice on how students can keep a tight budget without sacrificing delicious meals.
Nelson and about 40 other GW students belong to the three-decade-old Progressive Student Union, shaped by members who range from libertarian to anarchist.