A group of Foggy Bottom and West End neighbors want to alleviate some of the challenges homelessness creates for community members and make it more liveable for neighbors both inside and outside houses.
September 14, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 6
Stories from the September 14, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
For the volleyball team to reach its goals this season, outside production will have to emerge as another team strength for the Colonials to avoid being one-dimensional.
In order to make better retention a realistic priority, officials need a specific plan of action – something we haven’t yet been given.
On a typical day, I feel safe making my usual commute on the Metro. But news of derailment, violence and other Metro-related problems make me think twice.
Wednesday, Sept. 16 Fall 2015 Career and Internship Fair Sport your best business professional outfit and network with hiring managers from more than 100 companies including the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Bloomingdale’s. 1 p.m. Charles E. Smith Center PowerHour: Alcohol Workshop Learn the best ways to limit your alcohol consumption and stay safe while […]
Unlawful Entry Milken Institute School of Public Health (Park) 9/02/15 — 10:45 p.m. Case closed A University Police Department officer recognized a man sitting on a bench as a person who was recently barred from GW property. Metropolitan Police Department responded and subject was transported to the 2nd District Police Station. — Subject arrested Attempted […]
While college basketball punditry, rankings and SOS statistics may be on hold for at least a few more weeks, we took an in-depth look at the Colonials’ upcoming 2015-16 slate.
Media Credit: Jordan McDonald | Hatchet Staff Photographer Adams Morgan Day 2015 was held this Sunday and celebrated local businesses in the neighborhood. It is the longest-running neighborhood festival in the city.
University’s endowments would likely shrink if officials stopped investing in fossil fuels, according to a new study.
This year, juniors Morgan McKee and Danielle Baglivo launched Searcher, a student group that aims to to promote and connect up-and-coming campus musicians.