Here are five high school seniors who place the University at the top of their lists of potential schools.
April 28, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 1
Stories from the April 28, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As students, we’re bombarded with surveys left and right – some scientific, and some very clearly not. I shudder to think that anyone would take the results of these less technical polls seriously.
The University should use the Trachtenberg award to showcase not only superlative teaching styles, but also methods that work. The winners have a duty to share their talents with professors who might be the subject of student criticism.
Media Credit: Katie Causey | Hatchet Photographer Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, spoke at the Humans2Mars summit in Lisner Auditorium on Tuesday afternoon. He discussed the possiblity of a successful Mars mission and emphasized the importance of the U.S. leading space exploration.
The owners will open doors to Soi 38 on Monday, offering traditional Thai street food.
A series sweep by the Spiders spun the Colonials’ postseason hopes down to the last thread.
In India, dosas are a breakfast food eaten plain and served with potatoes and chutney, an Indian dipping sauce. Priya Ammu, however, converted the light breakfast food into a heartier daytime meal by filling her dosas with eggplants, potatoes, cabbage and other spiced vegetables.
Runners sported Wonder Woman capes, tutus and fun-colored socks. The cheers, music and refuel stations kept participants motivated over the course of the 13.1 mile race.
With four players shooting their best rounds of the championship on the final day, GW posted its fourth-best round of the season and earned a third-place finish out of 11 teams.
Gender neutral housing has seen a 22 percent spike in participants for next year.