Faculty in departments across the University turned Tuesday’s election results into teachable moments.
November 14, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 14
Stories from the November 14, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Men’s basketball opened its season on Friday with a 75-71 win. While it’s still too early to make any definitive predictions about the year, here are a few takeaways from GW’s debut victory Friday.
The Hatchet spoke separately with 24 student groups last week about their initial reactions to the election and what they plan to do next.
Catharsis, an event intended as a vigil to heal from any trauma, was supposed to feature a large controlled bonfire until the National Park Service denied the event a permit, according to DCist. The dragon Abraxas was one of the event’s multiple large-scale art pieces.
Just as academic stress can cause anxiety, a lack of food options can have a severe impact on those who have previously dealt with eating disorders.
in August, Rizzotti helped the women’s national team knocked off Spain for a victory in the gold medal game for their sixth consecutive Olympic gold medal.
Kate Bell has become one of the most recognizable faces of GW Athletics, but she doesn’t play for any team. To know her is to know the heart and soul of GW school spirit.
Interior design professors created the class assignment at local nonprofit to teach students how a firm would design a space for a real-life client.