Chidima Osuchukwu steered the Colonials to their sixth win in seven games Friday, improving to 12-4 overall with a 3-1 defeat of George Mason. She had a career-high 19 kills in the game, which improved GW’s Atlantic 10 record to 3-0 for the first time since 2003.
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.
Media Credit: Kiana Robertson | Hatchet Photographer GW freshmen Harry Zumwalt and Patrick Nahhas protested with Students for Sensible Drug Policy in Kogan Plaza last week, advocating for the legalization of marijuana and drug regulation reform.
Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Senior Designer
GW’s largest college has started five new faculty searches this fall, which professors say is fewer than most years.
Michael Brown, dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs, announced he would step down from his post at the end of this academic year. He is the last dean left over from former University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg’s administration.
A campus-wide crackdown on alcohol use helped cause violations to surge last year.
Joining a roster of organizations that include the Student Association, Residence Hall Association and GW Veterans, student-run Gallery 102 has made integrating Corcoran students a priority.
For the 750 residents who didn’t shut the door in their faces, the students focused on talking points like affordable education and the minimum wage to try to turn potential voters into Democratic check marks.
But when even I, the daughter of a cop, don’t have complete confidence in a police force, there’s a problem – and now we might have a way to fix it.
There’s no reason for students in the business school – or any other school – to panic over this news. The idea of buyouts may seem scary, but ultimately, it looks like the University does have students’ best interests in mind.