Lizzie Wozobski

Lizzie Wozobski: Signed, sealed, delivered: I’m gone

Dear Hatchet, So this is awkward, saying goodbye in front of thousands of readers (or people who happen to pick up this issue for Sudoku and the crossword). I mean, we’ve been together for four years. Four! Who knew it would last this long? That’s longer than marriages, wars, presidencies even. Life has changed a […]

Lizzie Wozobski: Pass/fail makes the grade

As a senior I’ve had the opportunity to experience a host of wonderful things at this university. I have enjoyed everything from world-class performers to terrific times with people I wouldn’t have met anywhere else to amazing academic endeavors during into my four years here. But until this semester I’ve never had the chance to […]

Lizzie Wozobski: Take a look at CI: Is it time for a change?

As the dust settles on another summer, the memories of carefree times and lounging poolside are fading away as classes and internships take their toll. For freshmen other memories are also receding: the whirlwind two-and-a-half days of Colonial Inauguration has been replaced with the start of a true GW college career. Indeed, this introduction to […]

Lizzie Wozobski: Give a little bit back to D.C.

If I had to wear one of those T-shirts tourists buy off the street corners in big-cities, mine wouldn’t say I Love NY. Do I like New York? Of course. But I love D.C. Anyone can see the beauty and history permeating Washington, both of which add to a unique GW experience. Yet take a […]

Ben Kweller to headline MVC’s Fountain Day

The Mount Vernon Campus’ annual Fountain Day concert and festival will feature singer Ben Kweller. The theme for the April 28 event, “Turning to Awareness,” will focus on international issues such as the crisis in Darfur and the environment, its organizers said. “There are going to be activities that have a true impact on the […]

Keynote speaker selection draws ire from faculty, graduating seniors

The news that University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg will be this year’s Commencement keynote speaker drew mostly criticism yesterday from students, parents and faculty members. Trachtenberg has spoken at every Commencement in his 19-year tenure as president in a charge to the graduating class, but this will be the first time he will be the […]

University announces recipients of alumni award

President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg and the GW Alumni Association announced last week the winners of the 46th annual Distinguished Alumni Service Award. “It is a source of great pride to honor six individuals who have been excellent stewards of the growth and vitality of GW during my presidency,” said Trachtenberg in a news release. Trachtenberg […]

GWireless available in 16 dorms’ common areas

Students now have more ways to connect to the Internet after the University added wireless capabilities to more than a dozen new campus locations. The University announced Friday that 16 residence-hall common areas now have GWireless service. “We’ve wanted to expand wireless, but we just don’t know a time frame of how quickly it would […]

Carter to have unfiltered Q-and-A session after speech

Audience members at former U.S. President Jimmy Carter’s speech Thursday will be the first group able to ask unscreened questions on his tour of colleges. Carter, who has already visited Brandeis and Emory universities, has until now only answered questions that have been through a screening process. Students at the event Thursday will be given […]