Members of GW’s College Democrats chapter are under investigation for assisting in “dirty politics.”
October 6, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 13
Stories from the October 6, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Three other buildings on campus – Shenkman Hall, Building JJ and 1959 E St. – already have similar systems in place.
Last fall, men’s water polo took a turn for the worse when it embarked on an annual California road trip. This year, the Colonials left for the trip hoping to turn their season around.
Disorderly Conduct Gelman Library Starbucks 9/25/14 – 6:44 p.m. Case closed GW police responded to a report of a man not affiliated with the University who was harassing a customer. The subject was identified and barred. – Subject barred Disorderly Conduct/Liquor Law Violation Phillip Amsterdam Hall 9/25/14 – 11:18 p.m. Case closed University Police Department […]
Monday, Oct. 6 Trans*Soy! Listen to Dane Figueroa Edidi, a transgender advocate and author, discuss diversity in a talk hosted by the Multicultural Student Services Center. 7 p.m. MSSC Room 209 Wednesday, Oct. 8 Cultivating Sustainability Discuss agriculture and power relations with international economic development expert Lindsay Naylor in this discussion hosted by the Frontiers […]
On-campus burglaries roughly doubled in one year, according to data released last week, the first time the number of reported burglaries has increased in at least five years.
Thanksgiving break may be a month away, but students living on the Mount Vernon Campus can have home-cooked meals and cuddle with pets now.
A GW Law School professor is looking to block the renewal of TV and radio station licenses across the nation in an effort to ban the word “Redskins” from the air.
Three discrimination complaints brought against campus police in the past six months could impact the department’s accreditation this winter, the head of the reviewing agency said.
We spoke to Yelle’s Julie Budet about the new album and tour, as well as what it’s like to perform for non-French-speaking audiences.