The National Women’s History Museum is not an architectural marvel with ornate ceilings and Corinthian columns. In fact, the museum hasn’t been built yet.
January 22, 2015
Stories from the January 22, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Alex Laufer and Alexander “Sandy” Wood spent years working in law and biotechnology. Now, they say they’ve brought the skills from those professions to a new venture: Running D.C.’s newest distillery.
We should take steps to prevent student overdoses whether they’re on or off campus. That means proactively creating more comprehensive drug education programs for all students.
It’s very scary and completely unacceptable that some professors don’t know where to direct students who confide in them about sexual assault.
On numerous occasions, GW has decided to cut off the flow of information when circumstances took a turn for the worse. While this is an understandable reaction, it is hurting student trust more than helping maintain an image, and reduces everyone’s ability to find joint solutions.
Amid all the advice I know freshmen are getting right now, here are a couple off-beat, lesser-known tips from someone who’s been there.
The organization now boasts more than 3,500 students who attend both varsity and club sporting events, but are best known for flocking to the Smith Center, cardboard fatheads of players’ faces in tow, for basketball games.
Media Credit: Kiana Robertson | Hatchet Photographer A Coast Guardsman shares information with families at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade and Peace Walk in Southeast D.C. Community organizations, schools and local campaigns also participated in the event.