After six grueling weeks of conference play, the Southern Division Championship may actually give the Colonials a chance to get back on their feet from a 1-7 conference season.
November 3, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 16
Stories from the November 3, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
From the spicy chai of India to relaxing Chinese tea rooms and rich hot chocolate, here are some places around D.C. that offer sweet drinks to stay cozy in the winter.
The University sanctioned Delta Sigma Theta for hazing this fall, bringing the total number of GW chapters punished for hazing to six.
Marijuana legalization in D.C. is moving forward, and student leaders said they would use that momentum to push GW to ease the punishments for getting caught with the drug.
More than 800 employees have signed a petition asking the University not to cut employee tuition benefits next year, marking the most widely supported appeal in recent GW history.
For someone in a wheelchair, getting an internship is not as simple as signing up for a campus internship fair and picking up the business cards of companies that are hiring. I have to be far more practical, diligently examining the internship requirements to make sure I’m capable of fulfilling them.
When Jun Xi Ni found out that a rocket that was supposed to be traveling to the International Space Station had exploded, she couldn’t believe the months of research she had completed with three other students was gone.
We’re left feeling positive about GW’s remedies for the graduate enrollment drop. So far, we’ve been able to weather the storm relatively well, and we can rest assured knowing the future doesn’t look too rocky either.
Theft Potomac House 10/23/14 – Unknown time Open case A student reported that something was stolen from the door of his dorm room. – Open case Drug Law Violation/Theft Townhouse Row 10/24/14 – 12:24 a.m. Case closed Campus and city police responded to a room where Metropolitan Police Department officers claimed a laser light had […]
While I feel proud to attend the most politically active school in the country, it baffles me how having opposing views doesn’t tend to spark discussion. More often, in my experience, it tends to incite personal attacks.