All in all, it’s a great time for women in music. But this progress won’t be apparent to an audience at Spring Fling this year.
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.
If another factory collapsed, I wouldn’t want clothing with the GW logo to be found among dead bodies in the rubble.
Media Credit: Nick Rice | Visual Director
Disorderly Conduct Ivory Tower 3/6/14 – 9:56 p.m. Case closed A staff member reported that a homeless man was yelling and disrupting business in the food court and continued to do so when confronted by University Police Department officers. Subject barred Theft Thurston Hall 3/7/14 – 2:05 a.m. Case closed Two students carrying an outdoor […]
An inside look at the dean shaping the largest academic investment in GW’s history.
Media Credit: Cartoon by Jay Fondin
Board of Trustees Chair Nelson Carbonell said the stark imbalance in faculty representation between tenured and non-tenured professors surfaced during six months of meetings that included about 600 professors.
A wave of relatively high-earning recent graduates has flooded neighborhoods like 14th Street, U Street, Adams Morgan and Navy Yard, contributing to a D.C. population upswing that’s one of the quickest in the country.
Both centers will likely need budget increases to bring on new clinicians after the centers gain several hundred square feet.
While tattoo shops across the city used to compete viciously for a small customer base – even lighting each other’s stores on fire, according to Rudzis – they are now building a culture of collaboration and communication in order to meet a swelling demand for ink.