Several student organizations and Greek chapters have had to change their travel plans after the University’s rental car supplier made its policies more strict.
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.
Tuesday, Sept. 16 Researching Potter Learn about Harry Potter studies in a discussion about bringing the famous series into academic writing. 4 p.m. Gelman Library, Room 219 Wednesday, Sept. 17 GW Safety Expo Join safety experts to learn about emergency preparedness in this event hosted by the GW Office of Safety and Security. 11 a.m. […]
Unlawful Entry/Disorderly Conduct Ross Hall 9/4/14 – 6:40 p.m. Case closed University Police Department responded to a report of an intoxicated, disorderly person and barred him from campus. – Subject barred Disorderly Conduct/Intoxication 2200 block of G St. 9/5/14 – 12:02 a.m. Case closed UPD responded to a report of a highly intoxicated student who […]
Administrators assured us it would be a step toward making an unseen disciplinary process more transparent. Instead, the vague descriptions on the website create more questions than clarity.
As a feminist and football fan, my interests are at odds with one another. Every year, I observe the violent culture that my favorite sport cultivates both on and off the field.
GW’s relatively small endowment factored into how it was ranked on the top-colleges lists released last week, higher education and university rankings experts say.
As students begin to fill out applications for spring internships across D.C., two Hatchet opinions writers reflect on the major takeaways from their summer internships.
After almost three years operating as a catering business, District Doughnut’s shop on Barracks Row is the first brick-and-mortar establishment for owners Greg Menna and Juan Pablo Segura.
This year, 230 students are running for about half as many open positions across several halls, creating the longest ballot in recent RHA history.
GW alumni are making the case for bringing the 2024 Summer Olympics to D.C. – and those plans could include the University.