The double standard we apply in conversations about female leaders versus male ones is something that all alumni, regardless of gender, should feel compelled to change in the profession they are about to join.
May 19, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 3
Stories from the May 19, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Students should consider full-time service as an option after graduation. Taking an entire gap year allows full devotion to an act of social change, a far deeper commitment than a few hours here and there.
After 12,000 collective meters of racing Sunday, men’s rowing finished right where they started at the Eastern Sprints in Worcester, Mass.
The lanky 23-year-old is taking the weeks leading up to the NBA draft and Summer League to train, fly across the country to work out for teams and play in highly-scouted showcases to promote himself as a player worthy of a professional contract.
Students must stay alert as these issues develop over the next few months. If we have major news to catch up on when summer break ends, the only way our complaining will be justified is if we’ve paid attention.
Monday, May 19 D.C. Elliott School Alumni Reception Elliot School of International Affairs dean Michael Brown will discuss foreign policy issues with Elliott School alumni. 6 p.m. City View Room, Elliott School of International Affairs Monday, May 19 First Session of Summer Classes Begins The first session of summer classes begins Monday for students taking […]
Even when nothing seems consistent or predictable, it’s possible to find comfort by looking back at the solid base you’ve already established and the people it has reliably featured.
After her long career in slam poetry – kickstarting the Busboys and Poets team in 2008 and hosting weekly open mic nights – “2Deep” is now finding inspiration from a younger crowd.
Dozens of competitors tossed small, glowing plastic balls down makeshift courts in the grass at Arlington’s Mosaic Park last Wednesday, drawing spectators to the stream of moving colors.
After a cold winter spent ordering Chinese food or visiting the Whole Foods hot bar (again), it’s time to explore D.C. and the city’s newest restaurants, with sizzling pizza, tender steaks and artisan breads on the menu.