Media Credit: Cartoon by Jay Fondin
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.
The Student Association finance committee slashed the MBA Association’s budget by 21.6 percent this year after the organization used its funding last year to purchase Google Glass for its members.
Sunday marked the high holiday of the stoner year: 4/20. And while the tide may be turning toward marijuana legalization in several states, even casual pot users need to be aware that the drug can take a toll on their minds.
While the success of GW athletics wavers across sports and years, one trend is clear: The University is putting more money into sports considered “non-revenue generating” than most in the conference.
Administrators defended GW’s counseling services Friday after the parents of newly admitted students used the bulk of an hour-long session to ask about the recent string of suicides on campus.
Updated April 28, 2014 On many afternoons in the University Honors Program townhouse this past year, students have watched marathons of “The West Wing”, studied alongside their professors and spent hours talking with their advisers about course schedules, careers and life. But when many of the program’s roughly 500 students travel between Foggy Bottom and […]
John Hofmeister, the former chief executive of Shell Oil, stands out from the pile of C.V.s that list advanced degrees and research published in peer-reviewed journals. Hiring a former CEO poses a risk at a University where faculty have resisted top-down leadership styles.
For most of the season, GW has struggled as one of the youngest teams in the country – one of two teams in the nation that has started seven freshmen in more than half its games. The team entered conference play with an 8-10 record and lost seven of their first nine Atlantic 10 games.
Record Store Day is every hipster’s dream holiday – if you have a thick wallet.
Capital Funk, a student organization dedicated to hip-hop dancing that launched in 2004, celebrated its 10th anniversary by hosting its 7th Annual Hip-Hop Showcase that was a kinetic celebration of hip-hop, slam poetry and dance.