One GW professor hasn’t wasted any time uncovering history’s dirty little secrets: He’s started research for a new archaeological text while waiting to hear whether his most recent work will earn him a Pulitzer Prize.
March 5, 2015
Stories from the March 5, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The team’s 8-3 loss against UMES on Tuesday was played so poorly on some accounts that it came into question how long the players’ beards would stay on their chins. Perhaps a rivalry game was what GW needed.
Many of my friends at GW did academic sports in high school, but dropped out once they got to college. But these organizations can afford their members a wide range of benefits, from discovering a passion for public speaking to boosting resumes.
If elected, Alex Cho, a sophomore studying political science and theater production, would be the first international student to lead the SA in recent history.
GW announced last week that Apple’s chief executive officer will be this year’s Commencement speaker. Experts say it’s an important step in building a relationship with a multi-millionaire who could eventually give a large donation.
The 45-minute journey is worth the time (and a little patience) because the University of Maryland has the college vibe GW lacks with its endless fast food, white-pillared Fraternity Row and student deals galore.
That’s right, someone from the fashion heavens has performed a great miracle upon those confined to shamefully slipping on their sheepskin boots in the privacy of their rooms.
Updated: March 2, 2015 at 2:58 p.m. Media Credit: Kiana Robertson | Hatchet Photographer Comfy Tree, an entrepreneurial marijuana education venture, held its Cannabis Academy conference over the weekend. The event focused on bringing together local cannabis entrepreneurs in a workshop atmosphere. Above, Rico Valderrama promotes his clothing company, Phone Homie, to two conference attendees.
Those who don’t frequent the G Street building should care for the sake of caring – to demonstrate that they’re allies. Most students here will never know the experience of walking into a classroom and not seeing anyone who looks like themselves, or of living in a building with few people from similar backgrounds.
Despite impressive performances all season, seats remained vacant in the Smith Center for much of the regular season. The women’s team has still fallen victim to the same perception and disinterest that plagues women’s sports, and women’s basketball in particular.