Just because a guy can dunk or sink a 26-footer doesn’t mean he doesn’t need a hug sometimes.
February 29, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 23
Stories from the February 29, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
While GW has proven it has the capability to shut down dangerous programs, when all five Colonials on the court are not working for each other, it’s been difficult to stop more skilled teams with multiple offensive threats.
GW’s program on extremism was represented at an Anti-Extremist Summit this week to find new ways to counter the use of cyberspace by extremist groups.
Fulbright Hall residents could see more UPD patrols after two fires happened in the residence hall this academic year.
Walk, walk, fashion baby – the District brought out its best and brightest new designers to strut down the runway at D.C. Fashion Week’s Metropolitan Emerging Designer’s & Indie Artists Showcase.
Media Credit: Camille Ramasastry | Hatchet Photographer Pablo, a white husky, was one of several dogs brought to the Foggy Bottom Sweetgreen for Kappa Sigma’s Project Valor philanthropy week.
Disorderly Conduct Gelman Library Starbucks 2/19/2016 – 2:50 p.m. Case closed University Police Department officers responded to a disorderly individual. The non-affiliated man was barred and escorted from campus. – Subject barred Assault With Dangerous Weapon Off Campus 2/19/2016 – 3 a.m. Case closed UPD officers responded to an assault that occurred off campus and […]
Officials are transferring the responsibilities of the Innovation Task Force to another cost-cutting group after two years of the committee’s inactivity.
For those who are highly involved on campus and also hold an internship, taking advantage of these early classes is essential.
One of the assistant directors of Mental Health Services was unlicensed for nearly two months in 2015.