Adam R. Tannenbaum

WEB EXTRA: Business school groups compete to improve commercial venues

School of Business undergraduates presented strategies for improving businesses using information and technology in a bi-annual competition last week in Duques hall. Students in various sections of the school’s introductory administration class worked last semester to develop a mock strategy to alleviate a problem facing businesses or society. Each class’s top group faced off in […]

EMeRG hopes to get ambulance

Administrators, the University Police Department and the Office of Risk Management will discuss the possibility of acquiring an ambulance for EMeRG at their regular meeting later this month. But the process of acquiring an ambulance is not easy. EMeRG leaders said that for six years GW’s student-run emergency response unit has been in pursuit of […]

Officials to discuss possible EMeRG ambulance

Administrators, the University Police Department and the Office of Risk Management will discuss the possibility of acquiring an ambulance for EMeRG at their regular meeting later this month. But the process of acquiring an ambulance is not easy. EMeRG leaders said that for six years GW’s student-run emergency response unit has been in pursuit of […]

Sex Issue: Kicking it: Students learn self-defense tactics

This story is part of The GW Hatchet’s 2006 Life Section Sex Issue. A man approaches an unsuspecting young woman from behind at a brisk pace. He wraps his arm forcefully around her neck and demands her wallet. As she instinctively kicks her legs back at him, he hollers, “Stop kicking me or I’ll break […]

WEB EXTRA: USA Today columnist: Bush has yet to prove he’s not racist

USA Today columnist Barbara Reynolds said President Bush’s heart is not in the right place on civil rights issues at a C-SPAN-televised panel discussion Friday afternoon. The five-person discussion, held at the Center for American Progress think tank in downtown D.C., involved Reynolds, veteran White House correspondent Helen Thomas and GW media law professor Carl […]

WEB EXTRA: About 100 turn out to State of the Union viewing

GW’s political wonks turned out and tuned in at the Hippodrome Tuesday night to spend the evening watching President Bush’s annual State of the Union address. About 100 College Republicans, College Democrats and non-partisans attended the event. The watching party in the Marvin Center was sponsored by the CRs, CDs and the Call to Serve […]

WEB EXTRA: GW looks to expand BA/JD program

University officials said they hope to increase the number of students participating in the six-year bachelor’s and law degrees program next year. The BA/JD program, in its second year, has five students enrolled this year and hopes to attract 15 incoming freshmen to participate in the program next year, Admissions Director Kathryn Napper said. “We […]

WEB EXTRA: Rush Holt mulling Senate run

Congressman Rush Holt (D-NJ) said Tuesday night in the Marvin Center that if Sen. Jon Corzine wins the race for New Jersey governor, he might run for the vacant U.S. Senate seat. Before a crowd of about 50 people in the Marvin Center Amphitheatre, Holt spoke about a variety of issues from the ongoing CIA […]

Colonials Invasion jump-starts basketball season

Throngs of students jammed the sidewalks of 22nd and G streets to check out Colonial Invasion 2005, the official start of what senior forward Mike Hall predicted will be “a special season.” The doors of the Smith Center opened at 7:45 p.m., and thousands of eager students shuffled in to the band’s rendition of the […]