Web ExtraThe Darjeeling Limited" is famed director Wes Anderson's fifth contribution to the cannon of cinema.
Thursday, October 4, 2007
Web ExtraIn the past 10 years, American movie-watchers have become well acquainted with Ben Stiller comedies and the affable, impulsive characters he often portrays.
At a time when lyrics brim with romantic clich?s and theatrical complaints, State Radio dares to ask questions instead.
Sept. 7 marked the 45th anniversary of the premature death of the D.C. art scene's favorite son, Morris Louis.
I've always heard people say that when you turn a certain age, weddings become the new bar or bat mitzvahs.
Last Thursday saw the end of Rilo Kiley's sold-out two-night performance at 9:30 Club.
October is jam packed with bands that are sure to... well... jam.
Ingrid Michaelson is one of a growing number of singer/songwriters quickly gaining popularity with the help of MySpace.
Student Association President Nicole Capp said Tuesday night at the Marvin Center that she wants the University's Board of Trustees to examine the student activity fee at their meeting later this month.
Since its re-chartering in 2000, Alpha Phi Omega, a co-ed service fraternity with approximately 40 members, has grown to become GW's largest service fraternity.
The ability to examine and embrace change is a vital element to any successful institution - and GW is no different.
Finally Congress and President George W. Bush have done something we can get behind: last week, the College Cost Reduction and Access Act was signed into law.
While living just off-campus during the summer months in D.C. on the corner of H and New Hampshire, I took advantage of something I'd never had before.
For the third time in two games, the GW men's soccer team scored less than five minutes into the game.
Imagine this newspaper's headline six months from now: Hanson to headline Spring Fling.
GW and XM Satellite Radio are teaming up to produce a nationally broadcasted program about the 2008 presidential election that will feature GW professors and students.
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences is looking to revise its General Course Requirements for the first time in eight years.
The restaurant formerly known as RH Bistro has relocated to the State Plaza Hotel because of University President Steven Knapp's move to Alumni House.
GW students walked out of class Monday, wrote testimonials documenting racism on campus and marched to the National Mall to inform people about instances of racial injustice.
In three years as a reporter and editor for The Hatchet, I never imagined having to write anything of this nature.
Establishing an international energy firm is typically not a freshman activity.
University President Steven Knapp announced the creation of a sustainability task force Tuesday that will look at GW's impact on the environment.
GW STAND joined with hundreds of students from chapters across the globe last weekend for the National STAND Conference.
The University canceled a Red Cross blood drive at Smith Center early Monday afternoon due to the presence of several birds in the arena.
A Howard student is suing GW because she said she was raped and denied proper care at GW Hospital because she allegedly appeared intoxicated.
University Chief Investment Officer Don Lindsey has proven he refuses to be thrown by the market.
Ben Fritz has taught music as an adjunct professor at GW for 18 years, but has not seen a pay raise in his base salary since 2001.
Construction on the Square 54 lot can begin in about two weeks when the Zoning Commission's approval from last May is made official.
Terry McAuliffe, chairman for Hillary Clinton for President and the former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, said that students should take time off from school to work on presidential politics Tuesday night in Jack Morton Auditorium.