If sanctioned, Phi Kappa Psi would be at least the eighth Greek organization to face public sanctions since December.
April 20, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 34
Stories from the April 20, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Media Credit: Kiana Robertson | Hatchet Staff Photographer Ranjit Bhangu, Kavita Oza and Kajal Bhatia, members of the GW Bhangra team, perform during the opening of the 22nd annual Bhangra Blowout, an international dance competition, in Lisner Auditorium.
Graduating seniors who donate to GW this week will see their gifts double after an anonymous alumna agreed to match each donation up to $3,000.
Head coach Gregg Ritchie has less obvious statistical obsessions beyond playing chess with his defense, and one of them – strikeout rate – has been critical in helping GW’s offense take off.
Beefsteak is a playful way to get a filling José Andrés fix without shelling out $15 for tapas.
Beefsteak essentially throws a hodgepodge of relatively bland flavors into a bowl and calls it a “concept” that belongs in a contemporary art gallery rather than our stomachs.
Threats Media and Public Affairs Building 4/10/15 – 2:40 p.m. Case closed A contract employee made threatening statements to her manager. – Referred to department Theft Smith Center 4/11/15 – 9:44 a.m. Case closed A student reported that her wallet was stolen from her gym bag. Metropolitan Police Department responded to file a report. – […]
Information from The New York Times.
The University revamped admitted students days to give students and their parents a more up-scale experience, a move experts say could seal the deal for undecided students coming to campus this month.
Federal authorities issued the University a citation for the mistreatment and death of five hamsters after a recent U.S. Department of Agriculture investigation.