Andrew Ramonas

SA reflects on a year of progress

On one wall of Student Association Executive Vice President Brand Kroeger’s office hangs a Hatchet editorial from February 2007 which says he “seems to completely miss the point on the main purpose of the SA – advocating for student needs.” On another wall hangs “A Shared Vision for Student Advocacy,” a document that outlines the […]

Fire erupts in Schenley Hall

Hatchet Video: Fire Erupts in Schenley Saturday, May 5, 12:25 a.m., updated 2:16 a.m. An air conditioner erupted in flames in a second floor room of Schenley Hall at about 9:30 p.m. Friday leaving no injuries, a D.C. Fire Department spokesperson said. The sophomore residents of the room – which sustained significant fire damage – […]

At Nationals Park, pope condemns abuse

Thursday, April 17, 4:25 p.m. Pope Benedict XVI condemned the sexual abuse of minors by American clergy and prayed for forgiveness on behalf of the Roman Catholic Church during a standing-room-only mass at Nationals Park Thursday morning. The sexual abuse scandal has been a sore spot for the Catholic Church in America since the crisis […]

Order of the Hippo inducts 12th class of new members

Students, alumni and administrators donned gowns, tuxedos and gold hippo pins Friday night in celebration of a pseudo-secret society’s 12th annual induction dinner, which was held at the Law School. Most of the 20 attendees who entered the Law School denied the Order of the Hippo’s existence but failed to provide an explanation for their […]

Most students get top housing choices

A large majority of students received one of their top three choices for University housing next year and GW Housing Programs placed several hundred students on wait lists, the University announced. “We are pleased with how the assignment process went this year,” said Seth Weinshel, an assignment director for GW Housing. “We plan to be […]

Gym Class Heroes to play Spring Fling

Correction appended Gym Class Heroes will perform at Spring Fling on April 5. The musical group, which is best known for its 2006 hit song “Cupid’s Chokehold” will play a free show for GW students on University Yard. “In light of their recent success, we’re excited to have Gym Class Heroes,” said Tiffany Meehan, PB […]

Gym Class Heroes will headline Spring Fling

Breaking News Saturday, March 15, 10:09 p.m. The Gym Class Heroes will perform at Spring Fling, Program Board announced Saturday night. The musical group, which is best known for its 2006 hit-song, “Cupid’s Chokehold,” will play a free show for GW students on University Yard. “In light of their recent success, we’re excited to have […]

Clinton talks about Iraq at Marvin Center

Web Update Monday, March 17, 2:33 p.m. The U.S. military could spend 100 years in Iraq if the presumptive Republican presidential nominee is the next commander in chief, said Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton (N.Y.) during an Iraq policy speech on Monday at Marvin Center. With the five year anniversary of the start of […]

Conservative group to bring Rove to GW

Former White House deputy chief of staff Karl Rove will return to GW for a Young America’s Foundation lecture at the end of the month. The Republican strategist who helped mastermind the election and re-election of President George W. Bush will address members of YAF, a campus conservative group, at 7 p.m. on March 28. […]

The son of Polish immigrants

Junior Kevin Kozlowski did not know English until he started elementary school. The Brooklyn, N.Y., native, who is vying for the Student Association presidency in this week’s runoff election, is the son of Polish immigrants who left the eastern European nation while it was still in the grips of communism. “They wanted to have an […]