Gelman Library is hoping to tone down one of its noisiest floors this semester by swapping out some of its big tables for rows of desks.
February 10, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 25
Stories from the February 10, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The team – built around speed and veteran pitching – will have ups and downs for the young team, Ritchie said. But the second-year head coach will rely on seniors like pitcher Aaron Weisberg to snap the Colonials out of inevitable funks on their way to another A-10 tournament appearance.
Restaurants and stores will go to great lengths to get you inside. There are discounts, deals and specials, all designed to entice.
Bernard Demczuk, GW’s liaison to D.C., is one of a handful of GW faculty and staff who teach classes at neighboring School Without Walls.
The University rolled out the new iHousing portal Thursday. GW Housing designed the new website to function in more browsers and be easier to navigate. It only makes sense to bulk up the housing survey at the same time.
So far, the online submissions range from the criminally uncreative “George Washington Hall” to the vaguely aquatic “Colonial Cove.” But none of these ideas capture the true essence of the future hall.
Administrators revised the global degree program that would allow students to study on three continents as undergraduates.
Music in the bed-dorm-room is often a gamble. If this fling is just that – a fling – he or she has no reason to fake enjoy your overly obscure indie mix, or your eighties hair band playlist. Opt for tunes most people know, and more importantly, get off to on some bizarre, intimate level.
We shouldn’t give up on achieving our goals of becoming an internationally focused school. But if we take leaps that are too large, we’ll end up falling flat on our faces.
Don’t forget, this is a team that upset then-No. 10 Cal, defeated reigning A-10 regular season champ Saint Joseph’s and knocked out Duquesne from first place in the standings.