After four years that got me addicted to coffee, front-page designs, anecdotal ledes and that silly feeling I would always get in the townhouse after midnight, it feels unfair to have to say goodbye.
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.
Pi Kappa Alpha is on social probation, marking the third Greek chapter to face sanctions since January.
Faculty members have voiced concerns that a website they use to submit information about their research and publications each year remains too difficult to use, even after a complete overhaul of the system.
GW hired a consulting company this fall to revamp its campus tours and draw families to the Mount Vernon campus.
The Faculty Association will look to represent more faculty voices before the Faculty Senate and administrators.
More than a half-dozen current or former officers allege that a hostile workplace culture in the University Police Department has led to high turnover, hurt staff morale and and undermined the ability to respond to campus emergencies.
My four years with The Hatchet have been nothing but one giant cliché.
The finance committee will add four female members in the midst of being labeled a “boys’ club.”
We see a great opportunity for GW to make a bigger impact on the health, safety and education of undergraduates: Create a year-long freshman experience that melds classroom time with residence hall life, and goes beyond what students learn in the three-day-long information dump that is Colonial Inauguration.
I decided to become the 130th GW student to venture into the world of Seeking Arrangement. Maybe I could get a few funny tweets out of the whole experience.