Roscoe Garnes has been cutting hair in the District for 30 years, serving clients like former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush – and now, students.
November 12, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 15
Stories from the November 12, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Colonials opened the 2018-19 season with a perfect record after GW swept all of its opponents in play over the weekend.
Women’s cross country finished 14th in a field of 30 – a program record – after placing 16th out of 28 teams last season.
Officials said the development office set a series of new donation goals this semester to prepare for the next fundraising campaign.
Three graduate students will research whether singing and performing other vocal exercises affect the speech patterns of transgender women.
The School of Media and Public Affairs is launching a director’s council to garner student input about courses, events and technology.
A joint unit color guard stands before the rememberance program at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial for Veterans Day.
The app’s users can document what they are wearing, gain feedback and inspiration, or humble brag about a great look.
A male student reported to the GW Police Department that someone photographed him over a bathroom stall while he was using a restroom in the Marvin Center.
Even though this year’s midterm elections are over, students should not let their guard down or give up the fight to make their voices heard.