GW should recognize that it’s inherently wrong to have differing services for two groups of students. It’s wrong to under-service a section of the student body while touting 4-RIDE’s benefits to everyone else.
January 26, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 24
Stories from the January 26, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Students, regardless of gender, should realize that they do have important choices to make. They should make the conscious decision to drink less if they know that alcohol consumption could land them in a dangerous situation.
We have a history of activism on this campus, and that’s great. Although there’s no current movement to change the name of the Marvin Center, we have to respect the students who came before us who wanted it changed, the people Marvin discriminated against during his time here and any students who continue to be offended by GW’s adulation of the former president.
But in their 73-59 victory over Duquesne on Saturday, the Colonials were able to sink 12 three-pointers and go 50 percent from beyond the arc on the day, despite hitting just six or fewer in 18 of 20 games so far this season.
The project will last about two and a half years. And as the construction date looms, the project’s developer will now have to begin the process of selecting tenants to fill the 250,000-square-foot space.
The University has missed two deadlines for reaching goals that would make it a zero-waste college – part of its far-reaching sustainability plan to reduce its impact on the environment.
If more students start enrolling in Maryland and Virginia community colleges’ nursing programs, GW could see an increase in the number of students transferring into its school.
Pamela R. Jeffries is the third dean to be hired away from the U.S. News & World Report No. 12-ranked university about an hour north of D.C. since University President Steven Knapp came to GW from the same institution in 2007.
Takoma appeared to be an unfinished and unwelcoming suburb of D.C. But by the end of the evening – after visiting a vegan soup shop, seafood joint and tea shop – I was planning for a second trip.
Warren Greenberg, an emeritus professor of health economics in the Milken Institute School of Public Health, died this month. He was 71 years old.