About 100 dancers sat down in unison, exhausted and exhilarated. Even director Libby Wuller was unsure of the total proceeds until the last moments of the 12-hour fundraiser for the Children’s National Hospital in the District, one of 170 in the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
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.
President Barack Obama set aside $40 million to help D.C. high school students attend college, boosting the federal program’s budget to its highest level in 15 years as more local students are enrolling at GW.
Now that they have respect, it’s time for the Colonials to be an annual contender for the big dance.
Nearly a dozen members sat inside the Beta Theta Pi townhouse this week as one of GW’s alcohol education specialists explained the warning signs of a sexual assault on campus – and how to take action.
Media Credit: Nicole Radivilov | Hatchet Staff Photographer Kevin Bacon, one half of the Bacon Brothers Band, played at Lisner Auditorium on Saturday as part of a Stand for the Troops concert. In an interview with The Hatchet, he described the duo’s musical style as “kinda folksy, kinda rock.”
Two high-profile dean searches this spring will be punctuated by green question marks facing declining enrollment and budget cuts.
The announcement came Sunday, as Jay Sean, known for the 2009 hit “Down,” and openers indie surf rockers Wavves and DJ duo Haile Supreme and Congo Sanchez will play the April 12 show in University Yard.
If GW wants to raise the graduation rate, we need to get serious about investing in these resources and this community. Without culturally relevant experiences and supportive role models, it is very difficult for black males to feel connected to this University.
While we will not endorse mayoral nominees, we urge GW voters and Foggy Bottom residents to look deeper into the issues than just the concerning allegations levied against Gray.
GW would march confidently to the NCAA Tournament Championship in an alternate universe where wins are determined by a very different measure: spending on women’s sports.