From my experience, being apart from a sibling can be just as, if not more, difficult than being apart from your parents. Colonials Weekend is a time for all of your people, not just mom and dad, to come visit.
October 16, 2014
Stories from the October 16, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet.
You can sign up for as many parents listservs or follow as many GW Twitter accounts as you want, and attempt to pry bits of information from your kids, but you may still feel like you’re just getting scraps of news rather than the full picture. That’s our job: to provide context to the stories that call for it.
As a transfer student from New College of Florida, senior Eliza Miller found it easy to spot areas in need of improvement in GW’s social scene. So when Lunch With Strangers, an experimental social website, made its way to D.C. this summer, she jumped at the opportunity to bring it to GW.
If Atlantic 10 volleyball had a version of the ‘72 Miami Dolphins, champagne corks would have popped somewhere Saturday night: there is no undefeated team in A-10 volleyball. They would have GW to thank.
The GW Ballroom Society hosted its first event of the competitive season Sunday. The Colonial Classic, a competition the group has dubbed a “mockatition,” is designed to give newcomers a taste of competitive ballroom without the pressure of its meticulous point system.
His sudden resignation, which he said was for personal reasons, means GW will lose the face of its largest fundraising drive – the administrator who transformed its fundraising operation in four and a half years at its helm.