International students across the University say they’re underprepared to find a job in a tough American market.
January 27, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 23
Stories from the January 27, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The school’s first decline since hiring Doug Guthrie in 2010 is a key loss just months away from the University’s largest-ever fundraising campaign.
During the government shutdown last fall, the phones in Capitol Hill offices were ringing nonstop. Constituents eager to voice their complaints launched into angry tirades. Against this barrage of frustrated callers, the unpaid intern was the first line of defense. Rachael*, a sophomore manning the phones in her congressman’s office, quickly found her dream internship […]
The loss of Savage could be glaring against the Explorers’ backcourt. The sophomore was the fastest GW guard and the best option on defense to keep up with La Salle’s four-guard lineup.
One coach, two very different teams. That’s the story of head coach Greg Munoz and this year’s men’s and women’s tennis teams.
The clean-cut sister location of the original Stoney’s on P Street opened last month just off Washington Circle, but don’t expect the same kind of dive-bar vibe. Bright lights and modern furniture set the scene Stoney’s on L, perhaps to attract the K Street after-work crowd.
At times, it wasn’t exactly clear what students should have been thinking about or what they should have been feeling that afternoon. Sean was the first undergraduate to die on campus in three years, rocking the student body in a way many have not felt before.
The D.C. Council will revisit a bill next week to decriminalize marijuana in the city, but officials from nearby universities say the new law would not allow students to smoke on campus.
Chris Keefer, who said he had not prepared remarks ahead, asked that students learn from his family’s tragedy by not giving into their own loneliness – and to look after of each other. “What I would implore all of you to do, all of you young people, is if you ever feel that you want to go to a dark place, don’t go alone,” he said.