Recruitment can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be: The key to this weekend is knowing the purpose of each round.
September 11, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 9
Stories from the September 11, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
When it comes to getting ready for recruitment, true beauty may come from the inside – but a blowout or fresh manicure won’t hurt.
Grab a group of friends and try some new bars, check out a music festival for the first time or go outside for the last warm days of the year.
It’s rush week for fraternities on campus and members of the recently expelled Alpha Epsilon Pi chapter aren’t standing by idly.
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Get to know some of the GW Greek Life leaders you’ll see around rush and recruitment this year.
Learn the Greek life lingo as you or your friends prepare to join a Greek organization this fall.
The University is looking to the Greek community to lead a campus-wide conversation about sexual violence after a report of a sexual assault in a Greek townhouse united student leaders.
Brothers will offer everything from Chipotle to fried oreos to Southern-style barbecue to lure potential recruits.
The top student leaders in Greek life say the University’s biggest step toward transparency in sanctioning student organizations doesn’t go far enough to shine a light on misconduct within the community.