Two of the most active Corcoran student organizations are appealing the Student Association’s decision to deny them funding this month as they look to start planning events for their new community on GW’s campus.
September 29, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 12
Stories from the September 29, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
For the first time in four years, the men’s and women’s swimming program will compete with a diving program.
After posting the best season start in program history (5-0), women’s soccer has the second-best record in the Atlantic 10 at 7-2 and is a worthy contender entering conference play.
Staff at Gelman Library have a new special collection focused on the arts after GW acquired the Corcoran College of Art + Design.
Senators shot down a bill that was meant to ease a budgeting process that groups say is still broken after years of overhauls to the system.
Panhandling Mitchell Hall (7-Eleven) 9/17/14 – 11:52 p.m. Case closed University Police Department responded to a report of a homeless man “aggressively panhandling” in the store. The man fled the store prior to the officers’ arrival. – No identifiable suspect Theft 800 22nd St. 9/18/14 – Noon to 2:45 p.m. Case closed A man not […]
Monday, Sept. 29 Intelligence Careers Forum Discuss how to start a career in the intelligence community and network with organizations like the CIA and FBI. 6 p.m. Marvin Center Amphitheater Tuesday, Sept. 30 GWU Red Cross Blood Drive Donate blood to the Red Cross at this drive hosted by the GWU Red Cross. Noon Marvin […]
A physical space would enable women’s organizations to nurture a community through workshops, study hours, networking events and more – which they can’t accomplish working out of separate offices.
D.C. police rolled out a pilot program last week that will put body cameras on more than 150 officers, but the University Police Department does not have plans to follow suit.
We’re thrilled our Colonials are taking up the issue of campus sexual assault. It will be important, though, that the University carries this momentum through the rest of the season, the school year and beyond so the message reaches as many people as possible.