The 30-member Food Justice Alliance is asking top administrators to increase the amount of “real food” – food that is beneficial to workers, animals and the planet – to at least 20 percent of all campus dining hall options by 2020.
March 3, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 28
Stories from the March 3, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The five-point victory over Saint Joseph’s was far from the prettiest game GW has played all year, but it was one of the most memorable in an already memorable season.
Researchers looking to patent their inventions under GW’s name have faced tougher standards lately as University officials push them to prove that their ideas can make it in the market.
About 70 students were part of a first-time program called the Ribbon Project, which allows participants – in particular, Greek life members – to have a small glimpse of combat training in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Since Corcoran announced Feb. 14 that it would merge with GW, stories detailing the financial struggles of both the college and the gallery have left student morale low, with some students saying they felt like they were reading Corcoran’s obituary.
Monday, March 3 Off-Campus Housing Fair Meet local landlords and explore your options to find the perfect Foggy Bottom apartment. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 4 Student and Alumni Speed Networking Learn networking basics and meet GW alumni. Refreshments will be served. Online registration required. Alumni House 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 5 […]
Liquor Law Violation 1900 Block of F St. 2/20/14 – 2:45 a.m. Case closed The University Police Department and Metropolitan Police Department responded to a report of an intoxicated man sitting on a bench in front of Thurston Hall. He was assessed and taken to the hospital for treatment. – Subject barred Simple Assault Marvin […]
Data centers on the Foggy Bottom and Virginia campuses house the computer systems that run the GW1X wireless network, GWorld, 4-RIDE and other common services.
Tuition isn’t the only thing that has been growing steadily at GW. Over the past decade, the amount of administrative hires has dramatically increased.
Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski said the website will outline all violations and penalties against GW’s nearly 500 student organizations, a major step toward transparency for officials who have mostly declined to discuss groups’ disciplinary records.