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March 24, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 30
Stories from the March 24, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The production of Oscar Wilde’s classic satire begins Thursday, inviting students into a world of haughty aristocrats, thick British accents, love triangles and mistaken identities.
You should know that you felt the hum of your phone because an eight-year-old girl named Relisha Rudd from Southeast D.C. was failed by the adults and social circumstances that surrounded her.
Media Credit: Hatchet File Photo by Sam Johnson | Hatchet Photographer Ben Vinson, dean of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, said the college is determining how to reallocate resources after missing revenue projections this year. Updated March 27, 2014 at 3:50 p.m. To make up for a budget shortfall in GW’s largest college, […]
Students are voting on the next Marvin Center Governing Board leaders about a month after Student Association polls closed – the first time in recent memory the groups have held separate elections.
Nelson Carbonell revived the controversial idea for a University-wide tenure committee at a Faculty Senate meeting last Friday, looking to replace the current model of department-based groups who first greenlight professors for lifetime employment.
Krishna Kumar, one of the highest-ranking faculty members in the GW School of Business, died March 19 from complications related to a bone marrow transplant that was meant to treat leukemia. He was 60.
This has been the story of Linn’s season: clutch hit after clutch hit. The Corona, Calif., native leads the team in four major offensive categories: batting average (.340), runs (20), hits (33) and RBIs (21). And she’s doing it all after just 30 games as a Colonial.
The 21-12 Bulls are no strangers to postseason play, earning a trip to the NCAA Tournament last year and winning the WNIT back in 2009.
Linda Queen began suffered a panic attack and started taking antidepressants as she tried to avoid the pair during her shifts. “Every night going to work, I dreaded it,” Queen, 25, said.