Crumbs and Whiskers mirrors a trend of spaces trying to attract “niche markets” and build a loyal base of customers.
September 3, 2015
Stories from the September 3, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Whether it’s your first week at GW or your last September on campus, here is the news you should know and the advice you should keep in mind.
The library will unveil two 3-D printers later this month, University Librarian Geneva Henry said in an interview. The printers are part of a larger plan to expand technology in Gelman Library.
Dayton took the A-10 Championship last season, beating the Colonials in four sets in the title game on their home court. This season, GW will be looking to return the favor.
As you weigh all of your study abroad options, consider the benefits that come with choosing a country where you don’t always know what everyone is saying.
SA President Andie Dowd and Executive Vice President Casey Syron hope to create a new app for 4-RIDE.
One GW student is hoping to bring a student perspective to Foggy Bottom’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission.
The cross country/track team begins the cross country season with its biggest roster ever: 46 male and female runners currently, including 21 freshmen.
Neighbors are willing to give the University’s new neighborhood response program a try.
Lerman will leave behind a strong relationship with the GW community and a mixed legacy — one dotted with both monumental successes and failures.