Assault 2112 F St. 5/9/14 – 11:18 a.m. Case closed A woman reported that a man had struck her with the butt of a pistol in an office building next to The Dakota. She suffered a gash to her forehead. The suspect fled the scene in a black BMW. – Referred to the Metropolitan Police […]
August 21, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 5
Stories from the August 21, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Spotting male students in these classes is fairly rare. Most have at least one or two men, who are consistently asked for “the male perspective” or need substantial warning before discussion of the menstrual cycle.
Students who stay in D.C. develop a silent understanding that summer on and around campus has a dual purpose: partying and laying low, a mixture not often found during the academic year but that somehow comes together for three hot, muggy months.
Student voices need to be kept in mind throughout the University’s ambitious $1 billion fundraising campaign. Without them, we’re concerned that GW will fail to operate as a learning institution and put business before the desires of its students.
Friday, Aug. 22 Graduate Student Library Orientation Tour Gelman Library with fellow graduate students and hear a one-hour orientation held by Gelman librarians. 2 p.m. Gelman Library Saturday, Aug. 23 First Night at the Mount Vernon Estate Visit the Mount Vernon estate, former home to the University’s namesake, with incoming freshmen for one of GW’s […]
Whether you’re on the hunt for a favorite food truck, planning a date night or struggling to navigate the Silver Line, we’ve found an app to help.
Someone finally dropped out of that class you wanted to take, and you found a way to change around your schedule so you wouldn’t have to take any classes on Friday. Now, you remember you still need to buy textbooks.
While not everyone has time to balance a part-time job with a full course schedule, students who accept work-study positions will be scrambling to find the best ones at the beginning of the semester. We’ve combed through the pages of jobs on GWork for some unique options that will be worth your time.
Take a look at this guide to some of the University’s most intriguing student organizations, both old and new, with an option for every interest.
With a day’s worth of activities based on destinations along three Metro lines, your only job is to pick a color.