In the hopes of shedding some light on the Mount Vernon Campus in the midst of a dark news cycle, I wanted to take some time to remember why I love the Vern.
April 7, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 32
Stories from the April 7, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Media Credit: Nicole Radivilov | Hatchet Staff Photographer Fireworks exploded over the Washington Channel along the Southwest Waterfront to celebrate the city’s annual Cherry Blossom Festival, which commemorates the 3,000 cherry trees given to the U.S. by Japan in 1912. The festival draws about 1.5 million people each year and traditionally marks the beginning of […]
What is it that GW is missing? As conversations move on to other topics, we’re left to struggle and ponder, weighing the knowns and unknowns.
Nick Rice | Visual Director
Monday, April 7 Why Teach? Panel with Arne Duncan Join Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, GW faculty and alumni for a panel discussion on the teaching profession. 2:45 p.m. Marvin Center Continental Ballroom Tuesday, April 8 Evening with the Experts Meet with alumni who have studied abroad and learn more about their experiences. 7 p.m. […]
When we do get a peak at where the money flows, priorities seem out of line. GW spent 25 percent more per student than its market basket institutions on student services and spent less on academic causes in 2012, according to the most recent data from the Department of Education.
We can’t help but think that the reaction – while positive and meaningful – is distressingly temporary as tragedy fades from the public consciousness. Outpouring of support seems to dissipate too quickly after each moment of heartbreak.
With four wins against ranked opponents, the Colonials have risen from unranked to No. 53 in the nation in just a month, nudging up against the conference’s perennial powerhouse, No. 45 VCU.
A socially-conscious reggae legacy and a former J-14 Magazine heartthrob are among the musical acts welcoming in spring in the District. Check out these shows across three venues and one historic parade as the semester comes to a close.
With opening day kicking off the Major League Baseball season last weekend, jersey-clad fans are starting to filling every Metro train to head toward the Southwest Waterfront.
But don’t fear if you’re not psyched about the game. There’s plenty to do in the Navy Yard area besides watch baseball, wait in a long line for a ShackBurger or see Teddy lose the Presidents Race again.