Back from a tour of the Midwest, OK Go bassist and vocalist Tim Nordwind said his band has moved past its “Here It Goes Again” days to a more synthesized sound. OK Go will perform Sept. 16 at the 9:30 Club.
August 25, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 6
Stories from the August 25, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
There’s no denying GW has a rich-kid reputation. The image has plagued the University for years. But it can be solved with efforts from the top down – and that starts with University President Steven Knapp.
Students can trigger a silent alarm to connect with UPD, allowing the Department to pinpoint the user’s location.
Law professors are bracing for a surge in applications for already highly-competitive spots in its pro bono clinics – a rise in demand stemming from new American Bar Association standards.
A group of faculty leaders is asking the University to limit an increase in funds for merit raises this year, which they said would allow employees to pay fewer out-of-pocket health care charges.
The two remaining family-owned restaurants at 2100 Pennsylvania Ave. have three weeks to leave campus before a multi-million dollar GW construction project can break ground.
Center for Student Engagement Director Tim Miller, who has advised the SA for about a decade, said the organization grapples with retaining graduate student senators every fall semester.
GW has relied on an outside lawyer since May who has twice met with students and is preparing recommendations for top officials to improve their response to sexual assault while the Title IX coordinator search continues.
The University finalized punishments for off-campus noise and trash violations for the first time Friday, unveiling sanctions that escalate to suspension in an attempt to soothe GW’s fractured relationship with Foggy Bottom neighbors.
Over the past year, the University has held at least four events at Mount Vernon, and administrators say that number will grow as it looks to strengthen students’ connection to the estate President George Washington called home for 38 years.