The city is full of tour buses and people wearing freshly purchased “NCIS” baseball caps. High school seniors are here to check out their new stomping grounds. That’s right, it’s tourist season.
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.
Barring a spontaneous snowstorm, it’s finally time to go outside and combine a nice drink with a nice view. Here’s where to head.
GW is just responding to student needs, concerns and desires – perhaps more than American, Georgetown and New York universities, which don’t spend as much as we do on student services. Even though we’re technically paying for an education, student life is a large component of our success at GW.
Students and neighbors in Foggy Bottom say the University’s hands-on approach to improving relations isn’t working, despite renewed attempts to bring the divided community together.
Theft/Credit Card Fraud GW Hospital 3/26/14 – Noon to 4 p.m. Open case A staff member reported that her wallet was stolen and she later noticed unauthorized credit card charges. Open case Drug Law Violation Ivory Tower 3/27/14 – 11:28 p.m. Case closed The University Police Department detected a suspicious odor and an administrative search […]
The freshman, a biomedical engineering major and member of the University’s Honors Program, made friends quickly, drawing new people to him with his smile and easygoing nature.
After finishing with 5 percent in the mayoral race, Foggy Bottom’s Council member Jack Evans says he did everything right in the race but experts and staffers say his message missed the mark.
While human services classes have always included a service-learning component, the new curriculum aims to improve the sequence in which students have those experiences.
Now in its second year, District Flea hosts over 100 vendors where visitors can peruse tables of vintage treasures and handmade novelties, lingering between booths to chat with store owners and negotiate prices. The market features everything from antique cameras and letterman jackets to handmade soap bars, candles and terrariums.
Administrators will also begin talks this summer about whether to create a permanent health center on the 600-student campus, Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski said.