We can decide how much we participate in hookup culture, if at all. We can decide who we want to fall in love with, if anyone. And we can decide how much sex we want to have, if any.
February 9, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 26
Stories from the February 9, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The power of student political action would increase dramatically if we were to work together, advocating based on a democratically reached consensus. At GW, it could come in the form of a student union.
An expansion of the University’s areas of focus is a choice that will benefit future generations of students. And by inserting itself into the conversation, GW is paving the way for lesser-known schools in the sports world to do the same.
Everybody knows that the age-old debate “sex vs. food” is impossible to resolve. But when the ultimate combo situation crops up, the morning-after munch, a whole new set of questions must be answered.
If you’re trying to get intimate, the right playlist can set the mood and break tension. But if you want the guy or gal you brought home to hightail it out of your space, a mix of less-than-sexy beats can help show them the door.
Officials are now more than 70 percent of the way to reaching GW’s $1 billion fundraising goal, and top leaders say they trust Aristide Collins, who has been at the University since 2010, to continue to build momentum during the campaign.
Just one student attended a sexual violence information session during Colonial Inauguration last summer, Student Association President Nick Gumas told University officials during his speech at Friday’s Board of Trustees meeting.
Some girls dream of the magical day when they will lose their virginity to the love of their life. To say that my first experience with sex – in none other than GW’s finest, South Hall – was a magical experience would be a bit of a stretch.
While whips and chains may not be part of most people’s typical Friday nights, an intimate D.C. group prefers to mix pleasure with pain by bringing sexual fetishes to life in a club created by Frazier Botsford.
The University Police Department alerted students to a multiple-suspect robbery near campus almost an hour after city police released an alert for the same incident.