These days, there’s a new document all the law students are analyzing. And no, it isn’t Justice Antonin Scalia’s latest court opinion. The University’s alcohol policy has stirred debate, uproar and then some compromise in the GW Law School over the last couple weeks. In the aftermath of sanctions and reactions, it is clear that […]
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.
Media Credit: Nicole Radivilov | Hatchet Staff Photographer Administrators, including Provost Steven Lerman, visited residence halls last week to meet with students to discuss their experiences living on campus. He told students in Strong Hall about how his time as a Faculty-in-Residence helped him learn more about students. “The opportunity to get to know students […]
An exchange student is negotiating with the Office of Risk Management for a full refund on his belongings that were thrown out of his room in Ivory Tower in December.
The University will lift social restrictions on law student organizations Monday, that will allow groups to register events with alcohol again.
Since GW became the most notable college to institute fixed tuition a decade ago – raising tuition 16 percent that year, too – administrators across the University say the move has paid huge dividends by easing prospective students’ and families’ financial fears.
We shouldn’t downplay the positive influence these apps have had on college culture. Jokes and awkwardness aside, the proliferation of apps like Tinder and Grindr has liberalized our sexual and romantic lives, and helped open up needed conversations about sex.
We all expect to learn to live with roommates in college, but sleeping with them is a different story. Some background: I’m Casey, The Hatchet’s new female sex columnist. I’m here to tell you some of my awkward stories so you can feel better about yours.
The Feminist Student Union’s annual production of The Vagina Monologues next weekend does more than provide Valentine’s Day entertainment – it’s also a way to educate about sexual assault and consent.
I would be lying if I said his age didn’t send up red flags. But he never pressured me. He did not aggressively feed me drinks, and I knew walking away was always an option. But he was a gentleman, and it was refreshing to flirt with a stranger who did not know – and probably did not care – about anything related to GW.
But the junior took a chance and began going out on her first couple of “Tinder dates” meeting up for dinner with one guy in DuPont, who confessed to seeing demons at night on the second date. The iPhone app created plenty of bizarre moments – including unsolicited illicit pictures – and so many creepy messages that she began the hashtag #winnersoftinder on her Instagram.