Through those struggles, a deep loyalty to this institution grows.
April 27, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 35
Stories from the April 27, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
I am one of the thousands of people over The Hatchet’s one hundred and eleven volumes to whom this pattern pertains. But at the start of my college career I wasn’t so sure that would be the case.
Time is eventually up – even if we wish we could go back and do some things differently, or wish we had a little more time to make changes and fixes before we leave. Everything can’t be perfect.
The financial boost is one of the more prominent acts of student support for GW’s music programs after the cuts, following a month of student organized protests, including a 16- hour-long concert and a massive social media campaign.
There has undeniably been an upward trend in attention-grabbing student advocacy that aims to change policies at GW or bring attention to important issues.
Hundreds of D.C. residents will make their way to U Street on Saturday to discover their own definition of funk – and probably chili con carne at Ben’s Chili Bowl.
I filed my own FERPA request. I anticipated that, given classic GW bureaucracy, this wouldn’t be easy – and I wasn’t wrong.
Drug Law Violation/Liquor Law Violation Thurston Hall 4/15/15 – 10:02 p.m. Case closed University Police Department officers responded to a tip of someone possessing drugs. GW Housing was present and searched the room. The search yielded marijuana, alcoholic beverages and fake identification. – Referred for disciplinary action Unlawful Entry Fulbright Hall 4/16/15 – 7:05 p.m. […]
Monday, April 27 Site Visit: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Tag along on a trip to visit the bureau that ensures financial security around the nation. Foggy Bottom Metro stop 9:15 a.m. Safe Summer Break Fair Soak up Colonial Health Center’s tips to have a safe summer vacation and pick up some free beach bag essentials, […]
When I head to the University-wide ceremony on the Mall, I can rest a little bit easier knowing that though I may not adore GW as an institution, the part of it that gave me my academic home for four years is still going strong – and that’s as good a reason to support the team as any.