On a muggy, late afternoon I ventured through the various heady, dank-scented doorways of DC’s finest head shops to see what the city has to offer in the name of getting high.
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.
The CSE is including sessions led by current student organization leaders in their annual fall student leadership organization training.
Nearly two years after launching its strategic plan, officials at GW’s education school are hoping its new programs will help to draw in more students.
Information from the Washington Post.
Officials laid out an updated health care benefits plan for employees at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday.
Just two metro stops away from GW, Buredo is serving sushi in a new way by rolling up rice, fish and seaweed into an oversized burrito.
This year, MEOR will be making its presence more permanent with a new townhouse located at 24th and I streets.
The University offered buyout packages to members of its maintenance staff at the beginning of the month, a spokesman confirmed this week.
Some members of the Faculty Senate question the ability of the Board of Trustees to take faculty input into account.
In the case of emergency, responders from the University enter buildings to make sure everyone becomes aware of the danger in an effort to make sure everyone makes it out.