Right now, GW is doing its students a disservice by keeping Colonial Inauguration so separate from the rest of their freshman year.
November 9, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 14
Stories from the November 9, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
With class registration approaching, shoot for registering for at least one class you’re interested in, even if it doesn’t fulfill any requirements.
Attempted Theft 1900 Block of F Street NW 10/28/15 – 5:16 p.m. Case closed A taxi driver reported to the University Police Department that a male student attempted to flee his taxi without paying the fare. The student was then identified and he paid his fare. – Referred for disciplinary action Drug and Liquor Law […]
Media Credit: Paige James | Hatchet Photographer Harley Newman, a popular stunt artist and former clown, perform for a crowd at Side Yards at Yards Park on Saturday evening. The festival also featured magicians, sword swallowers and snake handlers.
Upon first glance, the famous Milk Bar bakery everyone is buzzing about appears to be a well-designed, but cramped, coffee joint. Led by head pastry chef Christina Tosi, the eatery on I and 11th streets is an extension of its sister restaurant, New York’s Momofuku. I headed over during one of its first days in […]
After three years of coming up short, the Colonials are finally headed back to the Atlantic 10 Championships Thursday for the first time during head coach Craig Jones’ tenure.
The renovations come eight months after student leaders began demanding upgrades to the G Street building, which houses campus multicultural organizations.
GW has continued to receive donations from one of the most controversial billionaires in the political sphere, a new report found.
The director of one of GW’s online learning programs is looking to coordinate with online course designers in universities across the nation.
Here are five takeaways from the Colonials’ 92-47 win over Gannon Saturday in exhibition play.