GW got its first look at the five new freshman members of the men’s basketball team Saturday during a 89-47 rout of Bloomsburg (Division II) in exhibition play.
November 10, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 17
Stories from the November 10, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
After several months of negotiations between the Residence Hall Association and a handful of student life departments, the University has committed to building a communal kitchen over winter break that the about 1,000 residents will share.
GW’s research office has embedded more than a dozen staffers in individual schools to support researchers as the University looks to help faculty bring in more grants.
GW’s research profile needs a spark, and officials are betting that doubling the money schools can keep from research subsidies will do the trick.
Council member Muriel Bowser will follow in the footsteps of an alumnus who attended basketball games, held campaign events on campus and helped local neighborhood groups find guest speakers for their events.
Women’s basketball shot the lights out in a 99-45 exhibition defeat of Virginia Union (Division II) at the Smith Center on Sunday.
So last spring, Di Giacinto and a small group of friends assembled an executive board for an organization dedicated to social engagement through spoken word.
Tau Kappa Epsilon’s alumni board has removed the fraternity’s president from his position, while the Greek organization remains under investigation for misconduct.
Batchelor was elected last week to serve on one of Ward 8’s Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, representing a part of Southeast D.C. that’s facing re-development and one of the highest unemployment rates in the country.
When the Black Cat opened, the only large music venue in D.C. was the 9:30 Club, and Dante Ferrando, a restaurant owner and drummer in D.C. punk rock bands Gray Matter and Iron Cross, said he was dissatisfied with the city’s music halls.