Knapp had been invited into the nearby home of one of the founding members of the Foggy Bottom Residential Alliance. The organization, now one of three neighborhood groups, formed this semester to put pressure on GW after an uptick in complaints about late-night noise and overflowing trash cans on sidewalks.
April 21, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 34
Stories from the April 21, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Three of GW’s largest residence halls, Dakota, International House and City Hall, will be shut down for months-long renovations, director Seth Weinshel said. There will be about 700 fewer beds on campus, which could mean up to $200,000 in lost revenue.
Sabrina McCormick serves as the producer and associate producer for two installments of the Showtime series, “Years of Living Dangerously,” which premiered earlier this month.
GW secured a first-round bye in the tournament and will begin play on Friday, facing the winner of No. 6-seeded Saint Joseph’s and No. 11-seeded George Mason.
Fomin’s match point sealed the tournament victory over VCU and earned the Colonials an automatic bid to the NCAA Regional Tournament.
A long-serving Pepperdine University dean renowned for championing women in business schools is one of the final four candidates for the GW School of Business’ top position. Linda Livingstone, dean of the Graziadio School of Business at Pepperdine University, is the only female candidate vying to take over the business school this summer, several professors […]
GW joins dozens of colleges nationwide, including Georgetown and New York universities, that are pressuring retailers to improve working conditions with an internationally recognized Accord on Fire and Building Safety.
Law professors have said they are “sworn to secrecy” regarding the school’s ongoing dean search.
When senior Cameron Hopkins enrolled in a one-credit kung fu course this spring, he was just hoping to learn some self-defense.
“Someone offered me Maryland or Virginia and I said no thank you,” Cone E. Island owner Jun Esmila said this week about reopening his storefront.