Andrew Nacin

Snapshot: Anger Management

Andrew Nacin/Hatchet photographer Members of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity look on from their house steps as students partake in TKE’s annual Car Bash.

Live blogging the secretaries of state

Related: Secretaries of state meet in Lisner for historic event | Officials spent year planning 4:45 p.m. Outside. With buses and limos lining H Street, traffic near H and 21st streets is heavy. About 150 people are waiting near the stage entrance as the secretaries begin to exit Lisner. Albright, Powell and Kissinger are signing […]

Cheney receives annual checkup at GW Hospital

Vice President Dick Cheney, who has a history of cardiac problems, visited GW Hospital this morning for his annual checkup. His press secretary told the Associated Press his heartbeat was normal and cardiac status was “stable.” The 67-year-old has had four heart attacks, two artery-clearing angioplasties and quadruple bypass surgery. He has a defibrillator surgically […]

The Hatchet is named best in nation

As we published Monday, the Society of Professional Journalists named The Hatchet the best non-daily newspaper in the nation. This award was part of SPJ’s Mark of Excellence Awards for 2007, which honor student journalism. We were first named the best in the region in April, advancing to the national competition against the eleven other […]

New features on our blogs

Ever since we relaunched The Hatchet’s blogs in January this year, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to improve them. Early this week, as some of you might have noticed, we made a few changes and added a few features. Our codebase (source code) has been rewritten, which provides better performance and a lot […]

Move over 104, here comes 105

Our May 12 issue was the first issue of volume 105 of The GW Hatchet, coinciding with our May 1 staff turnover. Here at The Hatchet, graduating editors are given a “30-piece” — thirty column inches where they can write anything they want. The Departing Editor pieces were published in our final three issues of […]

A weighty issue

If you’re still on campus, you might have noticed the sheer size of our Commencement Guide, which hit newsstands Monday. At 32 pages, it was the largest issue we have published in recent memory, and likely the largest in our 105 years. Since converting to broadsheet two years ago, we have never published more than […]

Air conditioner caused Schenley fire, $75,000 in damages

An air conditioning unit caused the May 2 fire on Schenley Hall’s second floor, a D.C. Fire Department incident report confirmed. The May 5 report stated that the fire started when electrical wiring ignited due to a “spark, ember or flame from operating equipment,” and that the flames spread due to curtains and other fabric. […]

Live-blogging the EVP debate

The Hatchet live-blogged the second annual Hatchet-SA Debate tonight, from Jack Morton Auditorium. This blog post is for the executive vice presidential debate. For the preview, click here. For the live-blogging of the presidential debate, click here. Analysis | 10:09 p.m. The only SA outsider running for president (Tarek Al-Hariri) fared better than Burnett, the […]

Live-blogging the Hatchet-SA Debate

The Hatchet live-blogged the second annual Hatchet-SA Debate tonight, from Jack Morton Auditorium. This blog post is for the presidential debate. For the preview, click here. For the live-blogging of the executive vice presidential debate, click here. Analysis | 11:45 p.m. The only outsider and the only sophomore, Tarek Al-Hariri, fared well against three senators, […]