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This post was written by Hatchet reporter Bridie O’Connell. The holidays came early for students who are hoping to binge watch winter break away. HBO Go became available to students last month and can be accessed off campus by logging in with a GW NetID and password. Check out our guide to the best TV […]
It was a shock to see a film as high profile as “Selma” depict one of the most revered figures in American history, Martin Luther King Jr., as he truly was: a flawed and complicated human being.
Despite their lack of American fame, the live-action shorts are one of the best parts of the Oscars. This year five flicks from five different countries vie for the title, but one is a clear winner.
A graduate of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Bill Westenhofer took home the Best Visual Effects award for his work on “Life of Pi” at the 2013 Oscars ceremony.
GW alum Bill Westenhofer was honored with an Academy Award this evening in the category of “Achievement in Visual Effects” for the film “The Golden Compass.” Westenhofer graduated with a Master’s degree from GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Science in ’95 and currently serves as visual effects supervisor for the Rhythm & Hues film […]