The Colonials, who now sit at fifth in the Atlantic 10 at 5-4-0, will welcome a strong Saint Joseph’s (6-3-0) side to Mount Vernon for what is sure to be an intense matchup. Although the Hawks have collected more points in non-conference play, they will find it tough to best a GW side that hasn’t conceded a goal in three games.
September 28, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 8
Stories from the September 28, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Kseniya Melnik, who released her new book “Ghost Towns of My Youth,” talked about her inspiration, writing style and ideas for a story set in the District.
A laundry delivery service listed as a local option on the University’s website closed about two weeks ago without notifying students who had prepaid for services.
Information from Time.
The D.C. Council member who represents Foggy Bottom said his efforts to deter prostitution in the area have been working.
Students in the School of Engineering and Applied Science have been researching under Megan Leftwich, an assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Next month, the University will launch its first massive open online course taught in a foreign language. Experts say the MOOC will help GW reach a more global audience, which could strengthen the University’s international reputation.
Miriam Deaver is curating her first gallery show at the Smith Hall of Art, entitled “My-Dentity,”which explores the ways we express our identities.
Members of Students Against Sexual Assault said other student organizations are interested in signing up for sexual assault prevention training sessions.
The former director of Mental Health Services, Silvio Weisner, who suddenly stepped down last week, is not licensed to practice as a psychologist in D.C.