The baking company is now operating out of her freshman room and offers various desserts, like extravagant cakes that can take more than 10 hours to create or simpler cakes with insults written in flowery handwriting.
September 11, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 7
Stories from the September 11, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
From power outages to superstorm Sandy, most college students are unprepared to weather the storm in an emergency situation.
It’s not enough to just say that Dreamers have our support. We must show our support through tangible actions.
A shift from pure repetition of lectures to more interactive activities in discussion sections will benefit students and be a more effective use of class time.
The program, which was piloted last spring, allows Vex riders to give feedback about cleanliness, scheduling and driver attitudes.
The SA’s campaign — branded as “Save a Million”— officially launched Sunday to promote double-sided printing.
Two of the three Colonials goals and the majority of the shots have come from the team’s core of six freshman field players.
The NCAA’s Division I Transfer Working Group announced a referral to potentially allow immediately eligible transfers Tuesday.
Prior to being transported back to the GW Hospital emergency room, the subject was issued a bar notice.
Connecticut-born singer Xenia Rubinos was one of four musical acts to take the stage at the free Rosslyn Jazz Music Festival on Saturday.