Just a few steps below street level on the corner of 23rd and M streets lies West End Cinema, a hidden Mecca for independent film lovers.
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.
With the amateur model of college sports under siege, Athletic Director Patrick Nero is confident GW is strongly positioned to enter “the new generation of college athletics.”
Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Hatchet Designer
The University’s top academic leader plans to bring at least three of GW’s arts departments under the Corcoran school, linking those programs with the name of the historic art school.
The University’s top safety official is lobbying local taxi companies to accept GWorld, which he said will make students feel more secure in the city.
Middle-class families saw the amount they pay to attend GW after students receive financial aid rise at a faster rate than any other income bracket over five years.
It’s not just the sheer number of student groups at GW that is attractive: It’s the substantive change many of these students fight for that is truly worth writing home about.
Students looking for a late-night snack on campus will have to wait a little longer for their dreams of greasy diner dishes to come true.
National Guard veteran and Corcoran student Dominic Fredianelli officially became a GW student last month, but his GI Bill benefits and $10,000 annual scholarship were left behind.
The School of Media and Public Affairs hopes to launch a new curriculum focused on data-driven storytelling next fall, responding to the rising demand for employees with data skills at news organizations and communication firms.