Members of the Foggy Bottom Residents Alliance say they plan to take walks through the neighborhood to report townhouses that violate D.C.’s post-10 p.m. quiet hours.
September 15, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 10
Stories from the September 15, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Harry Potter may not have spent a lot of time in the library at Hogwarts, but one GW librarian is hoping to bring the fictional character into student research.
A record number of students joined GW’s 11 sororities this year, flocking to their new chapters Tuesday in a noisy, colorful celebration on the National Mall.
The first Corcoran student elected to the Residence Hall Association wants to use his position to make a permanent mark on Mitchell Hall.
The University will renovate Tompkins, Corcoran and Bell halls, repurposing lab space to make room for classes previously held off campus.
A GW Law School committee is hoping to show its accredit or some substantial programming changes when they visit campus in two years.
The School of Nursing is growing its faculty this semester at a time when most other GW schools are looking to scale back spending.
Sonja Vitow and Keren Veisblatt Toledano still joke after graduating five years ago that while GW was a haven for political clubs, the campus looked more like a creative desert for student poets and fiction writers.
As college graduates and students begin to move into the city and drive up the cost of living, D.C.’s poorest residents are suffering the most, often winding up homeless because they simply cannot find affordable housing.
Before she brings her intensity and fresh material to the Rock & Roll Hotel on Sept. 27, we spoke to Worden about stealing from Lady Gaga, resisting creative urges and the challenges of remixing her own songs for tours.