If I had a penny for every time someone has asked me “What ethnicity are you?,” I could likely pay the full tuitions of every student in my graduating class.
September 12, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 6
Stories from the September 12, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Because we live and breathe everything GW everyday, it only makes sense that student voices should be heard in the administration.
Crime Log: A student reported to University Police Department that he was approached by an individual who accused him of theft.
Students can receive up to $300 per semester for students who use transportation to their internships’ locations.
With a full slate of Marvel and DC superhero movies to be released in the coming months, you’ll also want to keep an eye out in the future for one more from GW alumnus Roye Okupe.
We sampled the restaurants’ food and drinks so you know exactly what to order when the District House vendors finally open on campus.
At the Navy Invitational on Saturday, the men’s cross country team continued to show improvement.
Officials recommended a policy over the summer asking professors to include the exact numbers of hours students are expected to spend on each course outside of the classroom on their syllabi.
New District House residents said they had issues controlling the temperature in their rooms and water overflow from their bathrooms.
Snapshot: Spencer Bracey moves boxes at North Capitol Commons during Freshmen Day of Service. The apartment building where the students worked will house 60 formerly homeless veterans.