If people follow through with the suggestion that we should stop donating to schools because of diversity problems, they will only make the problem worse.
February 24, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 27
Stories from the February 24, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
His Miley Cyrus impersonation was part of the second annual Allied in Greek, the philanthropy event and drag competition that demonstrates support for LGBT youth.
I’ve had many friends tell me sex stories that take place in a
handicap bathroom, the Gelman stairwell or the Thurston laundry room.
After hearing all of their escapades, I knew I had to go on an
adventure of my own.
Disorderly Conduct 601 21st St. 2/13/14 – 9:20 p.m. Case closed Pedestrians reported that they were hit by snowballs thrown from the rooftop of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity townhouse. More than five Metropolitan Police Department vehicles responded and issued the residents a warning. – Referred for disciplinary action Child Cruelty 700 Block of 21st […]
Fossil Free GW is urging the University to pull any investments that make up its $1.38 billion endowment out of companies like ExxonMobil, Shell and BP.
The merger’s fortunes depend on how well GW can keep an artistic community together. GW just has to make sure it improves the college – helping it organizationally and financially – while keeping its character intact.
The “Escaping Gender” townhouse, which was the first to offer gender-neutral housing and became a springboard for the University-wide policy in 2010, will be assigned to another student cohort this fall.
Media Credit: Erica Christian | Assistant Photo Editor Hole in the Sky Collective, a community arts hub in Northeast D.C., hosted a pizza-themed showcase in its second-floor studio Saturday. The artists gathered around pizza-related art and, most importantly, a 6-foot-long pizza, which was later shared with attendees.
The number of administrators on campus has grown 44 percent from 2004 to 2012.
Yes, a win over the Billikens would have almost certainly locked up a March Madness slot for the Colonials, but that doesn’t mean they should put away their dancing shoes just yet.