Students and alumni said goodbye to two of Foggy Bottom’s late-night staples that closed this weekend after more than a decade serving campus.
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.
Three years after an overhaul that led to the launch of a study abroad program, the Dean’s Scholars in Shakespeare program is thriving after a 25 percent drop in the number of English majors since 2009.
The University won’t pull in most of the $475 million it has left to raise over Alumni Weekend. But it can reconnect old alumni and remind them why their GW experience matters – and why they should donate in the future.
Two Corcoran students have accepted positions on GW’s Student Association, the first step toward landing permanent representation in the top student governing body.
GW employees will pay more out-of-pocket for earning their degrees this year, though most of their tuition will still be covered by their University benefits package.
Media Credit: Leah Edwards | Hatchet Photographer Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias brought a taste of Miami to the Verizon Center on Saturday evening. Pitbull entertained the crowd with dance favorites such as “Don’t Stop the Party,” and “International Love.” Pitbull performed his first Verizon Center concert in front of a sold-out crowd of 15,000.”
The team is playing more time in a 4-4-2 offensive formation that puts more players further up the field and in an attack-focused mindset compared to last season’s 4-5-1 formation.
Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Hatchet Designer
It’s time for those in charge to go back over every detail of the merger and make sure nothing else slips through the cracks.
GW traded in a more expensive employee health care plan to avoid paying nearly $1 million in additional taxes, now offering a cheaper plan that officials hope will ease faculty concerns about rising costs.