Tuesday, Sept. 2 Sustainability Open House Learn how to stay green while at GW, and hear about campus options ranging from taking on a sustainability minor or joining a student org. 2 p.m. Marvin Center Friday, Sept. 5 Monument Walk Join members of the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship as they tour D.C.’s most popular landmarks. 7 […]
September 2, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 7
Stories from the September 2, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The University’s only group of men focused on ending sexual violence disbanded this year after its founders graduated, revealing challenges to engaging male students in such advocacy circles.
The Student Association voted to pitch in $10,000 to help GW buy an online system and go-to app for groups to track their finances, message members and request event space for the next three years.
The Sewickley, Pa. native’s soft-spoken personality and easygoing outlook was refreshing amid the stresses of medical school, several of his friends said, and Kang would often take the time to remind them that one exam wouldn’t make or break their careers.
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One of college basketball’s trusted barometers has pointed to GW as a team to watch for the first time in eight years.
Program Board will launch its first-ever forum for student input this year, which the group’s leader said will help them avoid missteps like choosing unpopular headliners in the future.
The University is challenging at least 60 percent of the Class of 2015 to donate to their alma mater. Officials hope that if more seniors make donations before leaving GW, they’ll be more willing to give gifts in the future, expanding GW’s donor pool and creating a culture of giving.
Classics and anthropology professor Eric Cline is used to teaching in lecture halls full of students. But this week, his audience numbered more than 1,000 at one of the most popular book events in the country.
Former University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg hasn’t held GW’s top post for seven years, but his controversial comments last week made a splash across liberal blogs, Twitter and alumni listservs.