University staff members who came to Strong Hall to fix a broken toilet and leaking pipe found asbestos last week.
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.
Baked by Yael has found its home across the street from the National Zoo. Yael Krigman sells her two-bite cake pops as well as rugelach, cookies and bagels made from scratch.
To draw customers back in, Bertucci’s is committing to giving a 15 percent discount to anyone who shows their GWorld card, making it one of several restaurants in the Shops at 2000 Penn looking to attract more college students, faculty and staff with discounts.
The week dedicated to the best barbecue-sauce-slathered meat returns to D.C. along with 12 other cities this week. Meat Week includes all-you-can-eat deals, extra saucy specials and the chance to pig out on brisket, beef and – of course – pork.
It was May 2013, and a lesser-known high school junior with shaggy blond hair and devastating dribbling skills was taking it to a group of New York City’s finest high school ballers on a court at 145th Street and Lenox Avenue.
Monday, Jan. 26 Department of Biomedical Engineering Launch Hear professors discuss recent advancements in the field of biomedical engineering, which is now a new department in the School of Engineering and Applied Science. 3:30 p.m. Lehman Auditorium, Science and Engineering Hall HeForShe D.C. Launch Stand in solidarity for gender equality with the Global Women’s Institute […]
Drug Law Violation/Liquor Law Violation City Hall 1/15/15 – 6:46 p.m. Case closed University Police Department officers detected a suspicious odor and found approximately 3.5 grams of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and alcohol during a search. – Referred for disciplinary action Liquor Law Violation Thurston Hall 1/15/15 – 11:45 p.m. Case closed UPD found an intoxicated […]
Media Credit: Katie Causey | Hatchet Staff Photographer During this year’s March for Life, which was held on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, several counter-protestors were arrested in front of the Supreme Court while rallying against anti-abortion advocates.
The Elliott School of International Affairs kicked off its dean search last week, officially listing its deanship as open and taking nominations from the school’s faculty and staff for candidates to replace Michael Brown, who has served as the school’s dean for a decade.
More than 20 student organizations have come together to address race relations on campus, and the coalition’s top priority is the University Police Department.