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September 8, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 8
Stories from the September 8, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Head coach Sarah Barnes said the difference between last year’s 2-2 start to the season and this year’s success is not just the backline.
When Brian Mojica arrived at Foggy Bottom as a freshman water polo recruit, he said he didn’t quite feel like he belonged on the team.
The Hatchet’s editorial board looked at some of the biggest news from the past week, including Program Board’s initiatives, GW’s application changes and men’s basketball’s television schedule.
I was disappointed to see last week that not even the University’s admissions essays are safe from the buff and blue splash zone.
Students and alumni want an administrator who will act as guide for victims. But why not go bigger?
Burglary II Madison Hall 8/28/14 – 2:05 to 2:35 p.m. Open case A student reported that three laptop computers were missing from her room after she left her room for approximately 25 minutes. – Open case Disorderly Conduct 2200 block of F St. 8/29/14 – 1:26 a.m. Case closed University Police Department responded to a […]
There’s a way for music lovers and musicians alike to branch out from the high-traffic scene in the D.C. area, and it’s called DIY.
Monday, Sept. 8 Confucius Institute Open House Learn about Chinese culture and language in the GW Confucius Institute’s first open house of the year. 11:45 a.m. 2147 F St. Tuesday, Sept. 9 Covering the Midterm Elections Join GW alumni as they discuss their experiences as journalists covering the midterm elections. 7 p.m. Jack Morton Auditorium […]
Media Credit: Aly Kruse | Hatchet Staff Photographer A thunderstorm producing strong winds and heavy rain didn’t stop protestors from marching down U Street on Saturday evening. Starting at the African American Civil War Memorial, the protestors stopped at multiple intersections, often blocking traffic. The march was part of a series of protests that began […]