Grant Wernick

Photo editor bares it all

As I cover myself with my camera lens, I think of how I got myself into this mess. I think of the passion I have for photojournalism, and how being on The Hatchet has provided me with an outlet to express my love. It all started five years ago, when I was trying to figure […]

Housing Selection 2002: MVC gains student appeal

GW’s Mount Vernon Campus is becoming more popular, as incoming freshmen requests to live at the campus are “up substantially,” Mount Vernon Executive Dean Grae Baxter said. Baxter said she expects about 250 freshmen and 200 continuing students to live on the campus next year. She said there were roughly 250 freshmen living at Mount […]

Protests affect business in local establishments

Usually conferences and meetings at the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund mean more business for stores and restaurants around GW. But this weekend the meetings drove away customers, said local business managers. Restaurants and stores around the area had a slow day Saturday, and many closed on Sunday as the intensity of the […]

Colonial swimmers finish fourth at A-10s

Both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams took fourth place at the Atlantic 10 Swimming and Diving Championships this weekend at the Flickinger Aquatic Center (Buffalo, N.Y.). The men finished with 523 points, behind Massachusetts (544.5 points), St. Bonaventure (613.5 points) and Virginia Tech, which won the meet with 729.5 points. The GW […]

D.C. Diary: Rock On!

November 12, 1999Arlington Hilton6:35 p.m. The growing sport of mountain climbing may seem extreme to the average person, but to the 5,500 members of the American Alpine Club, it is a way of life. Movies such as Everest and K2 personify their weekend adventures, not just special-effects attractions. This weekend, climbers young and old traveled […]