GW students are completing their applications to join the Peace Corps this month, a process that the organization streamlined this year to attract more applicants.
September 22, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 11
Stories from the September 22, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Military and veteran student services has a new leader after the office’s former associate director abruptly left the University.
This fall, GW joined a network of 350 college campuses that already have Lean In circles, modeled after Sandberg’s bestselling women’s empowerment guide “Lean In.”
The biology department is preparing into a newer, advanced space in the Science and Engineering Hall.
Mattson, an international affairs major, is in the Council on International Educational Exchange’s Diplomacy and Policy Studies program, which set up students with internships during their time abroad.
Allied in Pride’s programming officer Spencer Perry has already sweated through sitting in front of the Supreme Court for his moms last fall, and now he gets to watch it again on the big screen.
Opening late next month, Upshur Street Books will be the first independent bookstore to open in D.C. in 10 years and Ruppert’s third project on the block in the last 13 months.
A limitation to the ability to leave the Vern, get food while studying there or going shopping on the weekends is just one more strain on an already-tense relationship between Foggy students and the suburban campus.
On paper, the Colonials are undoubtedly a threat for post-season play. But on the floor, GW still has a few adjustments to make.
D.C.’s Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival is back with five nights of laughter and hosts like Tig Notaro, Rosie O’Donnell and Jeff Garlin.