The Hatchet's Editorial Board endorses sophomore Julie Bindelglass for the SA runoff election.
Thursday, March 26, 2009
The win over the Hoyas makes this the fourth straight season in which the two teams have split their two-game series, with Georgetown having bested GW 15-3 March 18.
Shooting 2-over-par in a college golf tournament isn't usually a noteworthy achievement. Doing it in 40 degree weather with 30-mile an-hour winds and drizzle, like GW freshman Brandon Rukin did at the 11th annual GW Golf Invitational at Bear Trap Dunes Golf Course in Bethany Beach, Del., is a much bigger deal.
A poor economic climate and looming financial concerns have negatively impacted Greek-letter organizations' philanthropy efforts, but students are optimistic.
GW students and community members will celebrate life on the Mount Vernon Campus this weekend during the second-annual Rock the Vern Weekend.
A former student, who was expelled last year for possession of LSD and other drugs, is suing the University for $500,000 and asking a federal court to force GW to readmit him, according to court documents.
A young thief pushed a GW student to the ground and stole her cell phone Tuesday afternoon, but the item was returned by another student who chased the suspect into the Metro, according to the University Police Department.
About 500 gallons of heating oil spilled from tanks underneath University Yard over spring break when an electrician forgot to turn off a pump, a University spokesperson said Tuesday.
With just a month of rehearsals remaining before their biannual concert, the GW Pitches a cappella group faces funding problems that may put one of their most anticipated events in jeopardy.
Let's face it - living in Washington D.C., we love to brag about all the famous people we get to rub elbows with. This spring, GW has really delivered on its promise to utilize everything D.C. has to offer.
I am hopeful that GW will avoid spring fever spending and not scatter its precious monetary seeds across the wrong fields.
Though the event was billed as "Journalism in Crisis," the four media executives who appeared at Monday night's taping of the GW-sponsored Kalb Report program said they see plenty of opportunities for their organizations.
Facing a 22 percent decrease in donations from last year, GW Hillel launched its third annual Chai campaign last week to raise funds from parents and alumni as the extra expenses of the upcoming Passover holiday loom.
The Student Court had a great opportunity this week, but instead they chose to duck and cover.
I have spent the last few months in a state of low-grade panic.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon's reading in the Jack Morton Auditorium Monday night included pieces ranging from his thoughts on President Obama's election to his own son's circumcision.
The Sisterhood at GW Hillel is a new student group where female undergraduate and graduate students at the University come together to celebrate their Jewish heritage through social events.
Shame on the Joint Elections Committee
Presidential candidate Kyle Boyer was two votes shy of winning the Student Association presidential seat this year and has since been disqualified from the runoff election in dispute over the fair market value of a borrowed car. The ordeal will likely be remembered as one of the SA's greatest electoral controversies, but there have been many others throughout the years.
Serving his last term in the Senate, the conservative 2008 presidential candidate is preparing for the next Kansas gubernatorial race, and religion is the foundation of his platform.
Doseone is one of the founders of anticon. Records, a label that specializes in music that falls somewhere between hyper-confessional poetry and avant hip-hop.
Hatchet reporters Ani Mamourian and Alex Carusillo asked musicians (...and a bouncer) at Austin's South By Southwest to share their tips for success.
Sex, love and money are the focus of shows performed by Generic Theater Company and the 14th Grade Players this weekend.
French chanteuse Jil Aigrot, who will perform a collection of Piaf's music at the Lisner Auditorium this Saturday, was featured as the singing voice of Edith Piaf in "La Vie en Rose."
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel will be the keynote speaker at this year's Commencement ceremony on the National Mall, University officials confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
The Student Court ruled on Tuesday to uphold the Joint Election Committee's decision to disqualify presidential candidate Kyle Boyer from the Student Association runoff election.
Indie rock band Spoon will headline Program Board's first-ever Fountain Fling concert event on the Mount Vernon Campus late next month.
President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder will speak Friday in Lisner Auditorium at Holder's Installation Ceremony, representatives from the University and Department of Justice said Wednesday afternoon.
The trial of a former GW counselor facing drug and gun charges this week was peppered with colorful testimony, much of which detailed an extensive history of drug abuse and allegations that he dealt drugs from his apartment adjacent to campus.
A sculling boat holding a dummy was blown up on the Potomac River Wednesday afternoon during the taping of the pilot episode for the new CBS Paramount show "Washington Field."
We're all populists now? Well, certainly no one at GW is.
Sophomore Julie Bindelglass was elected Student Association president with 51.87 percent of the vote, narrowly defeating sophomore Nick Polk.