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June 9, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 3
Stories from the June 9, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Monday, June 8 Elijah Balbed & The JoGo Project Enjoy a free performance from local saxophonist Elijah Balbed. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 6 p.m. Thursday, June 11 Comedy at the Kennedy Center Bring your gaggle of friends to prepare to giggle with comedian W. Kamau Bell. The John F. Kennedy […]
Theft Thurston Hall 5/27/15 — Unknown time Closed case — No suspects or witnesses Liquor law violation Guthridge Hall 5/30/15 — 7:55 p.m. Closed case — Referred for disciplinary action Destruction Guthridge Hall 5/30/15 — 8:27 p.m. Closed Case — No suspects or witnesses Theft Marvin Center 5/30/15 — Unknown time Open case — Open […]
Each student in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences can now choose from a lineup of academic advisers.
Many of the trips are part of semester-long courses where students spend a week or two weeks in another country with their professor and classmates.
Two University officials said in a meeting with a Fossil Free GW student leader on Friday that GW plans to respond to the group’s call to remove its investments in fossil fuels in the fall, the student confirmed.
Media Credit: Nicole Radivilov | Hatchet Staff Photographer Partygoers dance to a preset playlist on their headphones in a “silent disco” in Dupont Circle, where the only outside noise came the shuffling of feet and the occasional giggle. The event was held by With Love DC, a self-described “movement to spread love.”
Mary Cheh, a Council member from Ward 3, passed emergency legislation last week prohibiting Pepco from shutting down a resident’s power during heat waves. The power utility would not cease services the day before, the day of or in any part of a sequence of days with a predicted temperature of more than 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
With debt payments outpacing financial foundation payment, University’s financial health faces scrutiny
The University will pay about $83 million off its $1.7 billion debt next fiscal year, the highest-ever payment and an amount that outpaces the money it gains from its financial investments by about $11 million.
For the first time this year, officials have expanded training for freshmen during Colonial Inauguration from beyond information sessions taking place over the summer into the first week of school.