Though D.C. will vote on legalizing marijuana use this fall, any success for legalization activists would have little impact on GW’s campus.
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.
Top D.C. policymakers have raised concerns that a federal court’s decision to strike down the city’s ban on carrying handguns in public will endanger the nation’s capital.
A six-day orientation for Corcoran students begins this week, but administrators will still have to quell fears from a student body that has long worried about losing the creative atmosphere of its design school.
The recording studio, which opened to students in 2010, is tucked in the basement of West Hall across from the Blackbox Theatre.
D.C. boasts hundreds of cultural sites. Below, you’ll find what a handful of them have in the works this fall.
Here are five freshman to watch this year, ranging from exceptional players with the talent and experience to rise quickly as stars to athletes with specific skills that could improve their teams by meeting a need or tending to a weakness.
As Captain Cookie and the Milkman prepares to open a store at 2000 Pennsylvania Ave. next month, owner Kirk Francis is taking a bet that the GW community’s sweet tooth will be enough to cover the costs of a permanent shop.
You can grow bored of the same exercise routine if you only go to HelWell. Change up your workout by trying these local alternatives.
The University’s top financial officer earned a larger compensation package than his counterparts at GW’s competitors schools last year, though most outperform the institution financially.
Freshmen, your next four years will include a great deal of time inside the classroom. But if you do it right, those hours will only represent a fraction of your intellectual development.