Find out if claims the candidates for top SA position make hold up.
March 7, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 24
Stories from the March 7, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Ammunition has been found on campus at least three times so far this year, according to the GW crime log.
United States District Judge Tanya Chutkan, who graduated in 1983, is one of the only district judges to complete her undergraduate degree at GW.
GW achieved one of its biggest goals of the season by coming from behind, battling and defeating Duquesne en route to defending the A-10 title.
Each of the four candidates for top SA positions represent a minority community for the first time in recent years.
GW is one of three local institutions currently in talks about a program that would give D.C.-area students unlimited Metro access for about $1 per day starting next fall.
Tony Hart said he decided to run for Student Association president after realizing it was mainly for rich kids.
A School of Media and Public Affairs professor will serve concurrent appointments at two prestigious institutions this fall.
Because we believe he has the personality and the drive to be a leader, The Hatchet’s editorial board endorses Thomas Falcigno for SA executive vice president.
Though she demonstrated few of the qualities we look for in a candidate, The Hatchet’s editorial board endorses Christina Giordano for SA president.