GW should rectify the gap between undergraduate and graduate students by organizing informal campus events that benefit both groups.
November 16, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 15
Stories from the November 16, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW’s sudden impulse to change resident advisers’ responsibilities leaves us wondering whether RAs are valued for the amount of work on their plates.
Officials at GW pledged their support for minority students after a week-long conversation about racial inclusion on college campuses across the country.
Alumna singer and songwriter Boh Doran (formerly Mary Beth) released her debut album “Rainbow” two months ago and is now on tour on the East Coast. She is slated to perform at The Hamilton in the District on Nov. 17. She is currently signed on with indie label Big Stuff Records. Responses have been edited […]
It’s essential that SA leadership not only designs initiatives, but also takes decisive actions to see those initiatives enacted by the University.
Drug and Liquor Law Violation Thurston Hall 11/03/15 – 10:35 p.m. Case closed University Police Department officers responded to a report of a suspicious odor in a residence hall. An administrative search on the suspected room yielded approximately 14 grams of marijuana, various drug paraphernalia and alcoholic beverages. – Referred for disciplinary action Drug and […]
Media Credit: Keren Carrion | Hatchet Photographer Senior Arissa Morrell, center, plays a game of cornhole in the Lerner Health and Wellness Center during the men’s basketball home opener tailgate on Friday.
Over the last few years club field hockey has gone from a team struggling due to high attrition rates to one with about 40 members, too many to use in a game. Now, a few members are trying to make sure that they get the nod next time GW decides to add a varsity program, even though they likely would never get to play for it.
Sure, D.C. has a lot of museums, theaters and private schools. But at least there’s six cities ahead of us.
Sophomore Oliver Curry collected six points on two goals and two assists throughout the season, not the first time he’s overcome long odds.