Tuesday, Nov. 4 Technology Policy with Michael Nelson Learn from GW professor Brett Berlin and Michael Nelson, an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, about the evolution of the Internet and the future of technology. 6 p.m. Gelman Library, Room 219 13th Annual Interfaith Dinner Join members of the GW community from different faiths for an […]
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.
Students should be more willing to write and share their work, exploring how creative writing – poetry, short stories, screenplays or spoken word – can inform and engage their other passions.
This is a bookstore for the locals: It has the feel of a highly-organized home bookshelf in the best possible way.
GW’s chapter of Kappa Sigma is under investigation for misconduct, a spokesman for the fraternity’s national organization confirmed.
In a large, cluttered art studio flushed with sunlight at GW’s Art Therapy Graduate Program in Arlington, two art therapy graduate students sit quietly working, surrounded by bright jars of paint, muddled brushes and filled canvases.
Media Credit: Katie Causey | Hatchet Staff Photographer GW students gathered Wednesday in Kogan Plaza for Carry that Weight Day of Action. The nationwide event started with the activism of Emma Sulkowicz, a Columbia University student who brought attention to sexual assualt on campus after promising to carry her mattress until Columbia expels her attacker.
Tsipis said with the addition of the five freshmen, he now boasts the deepest team that he has had since joining the program in 2012.
After the 2005-06 season, Danilo (J.R.) Pinnock – a dominant 6-foot-5 shooting guard who led the team with 14.5 points per game – and Pops Mensah-Bonsu – a towering 6-foot-9 forward who shared the second top scoring spot with 12.6 points per game – left the team. Sound familiar?
Strength and conditioning coach Matt Johnson was tasked during the offseason with ensuring returning players were in shape and putting muscle on what Lonergan has called the “skinniest” rookie class he’s ever had.
Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Senior Designer