Students here, both male and female, are fashion icons deserving of a distinguished place in history. We’re undeniably special because we publicly shame anyone who wears sweatpants to class and we collectively refuse to show school spirit.
April 1, 2014
Stories from the April 1, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Facing lagging budget revenues, administrators announced today the University’s acquisition of the GW Deli, citing its potential as a revenue-generating resource.
While they thought I was asleep, I’ve been taking notes for this week’s column on how to communicate with your partner, while I communicate with my roommate how to not wake me up at 3 a.m. the day of my hardest midterm.
The University revealed Friday that it has been misrepresenting its namesake as George Washington, the first president of the United States, for nearly 200 years. University President Stephen Klapp acknowleged that GW was in fact renamed in 1904, as a tribute to scientist George Washington Carver.
Your responses flooded in and have spoken almost unanimously about each of the categories. We tallied up your extensive knowledge of the city and let you choose from the entirety of the NW. We feel that our readers’ choices accurately reflect our student body’s overwhelming cosmopolitan identity, and naturally exhibit the best the Northwest has to offer. We proudly present, the real best of the Northwest:
Reader’s note: This story is satirical in nature and published in a spoof issue. A freshman slipped into disappointment Monday morning when the quote he posted to the “Overheard at GW” Facebook group over the weekend garnered only eight likes. Jordan Richardson, who has been a member of the group since he was accepted to […]
GW, take out the salad bar and the Vietnamese food: Let’s turn J Street into a tapas restaurant. Time for José Street.
Media Credit: Camera Lenscapster | A Good Pilsner Reader’s note: This story is satirical in nature and published in a spoof issue. Amid a crescendo of neighbors’ cries, Gdub Cops Department officers have been sighted wearing masks and jumping off rooftops. Subpar campus police officers by day, they have become costumed crime fighters on weekend […]
Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army and murderer of an estimated 10,000 people, has purchased the scoop shop located in 2000 Penn.
Despite the rise in spirit, there was one continuous problem throughout the season: The majority of students who attended games did not know the GW fight song.