While the fundraising momentum is strong, it makes sense for officials to push their luck just a bit further.
September 8, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 5
Stories from the September 8, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Being ADA compliant isn’t the same as being fully accessible. GW has a responsibility to be more proactive in addressing some of the access needs on campus.
After spending her first two seasons with the women’s soccer team playing mostly at outside midfielder, Elson is transitioning to the backline to bolster a defense that lost several key players after last season.
Couldn’t get enough of MØ and Holychild at Fallfest? After you’ve added their songs to your playlist, try checking out some of these similar artists too.
GW does pay its summer tour guides, but should strongly compensating all students who lead tours on campus year-round.
Imani Cheers is taking on a big task: helping to figure out how we’ll feed the world in 2050.
Drug Law Violation Shenkman Hall 8/29/15 – noon Case closed Hall staff found marijuana and other drug paraphernalia were found during an administrative search. – Referred for disciplinary action Drug and Liquor Law Violation Thurston Hall 8/29/15 – 3:10 p.m. Case closed A University Police Department officer smelled a suspicious odor. Marijuana, rolling papers and […]
Media Credit: Desiree Halpern | Photo Editor Local skateboarders participated in the opening day of the Kennedy Center’s “Finding a Line” festival on Friday.
Wednesday, September 9 Study Abroad Fair Jet over to the Marvin Center to figure out where to spend a semester or a year, and ask advisers questions on GW’s hundreds of study abroad options. 11 a.m. Grand Ballroom, Marvin Center Iran Deal Debate with the Alexander Hamilton Society Gain insight from Philip Gordon, a senior […]
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