About 600 students spent the day off from classes volunteering at local schools, community centers and retirement homes alongside high-ranking government employees and GW administrators Monday for the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. day of service.
January 21, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 22
Stories from the January 21, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Destruction/Receiving Stolen Property Madison Hall 1/11/14 – Multiple times Case closed House Staff reported a stolen traffic sign and graffiti on walls. – Referred for disciplinary action Unlawful Entry Mitchell Hall 7-Eleven 1/12/14 – 2:48 a.m. Case closed UPD officers observed a subject who had previously been barred. That subject was cooperative with all of […]
Coming back to campus means buying textbooks, stocking your fridge and, of course, buying all your favorite concert tickets. The next couple of months are bringing an iconic rapper, an erratic indie rocker and an early ‘00s garage punk band to the District, far enough away for you to carve out time and grab your tickets before they sell out.
The right knee brace Nipe is wearing won’t be going anywhere, but the injury will no longer sideline her. The team’s current leading scorer has been slowly working toward regaining her top form from the beginning of the year.
Tuesday, Jan. 21 Find your first internship or part-time job Get a jumpstart on your internship search with help from GW Career Services. Marvin Center Room 302 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23 Trachtenberg School Brown Bag Lunch Megan Hatch, a doctoral student in the Trachtenberg school, will present her findings on the effects of landlord-tenant […]