Rachel Vorsanger

Rachel Vorsanger: No sleep, no complaints

Each year, graduating editors are given 30 final column inches – “30” was historically used to signify the end of a story – to reflect on their time at The Hatchet, published in the final issues of the year. My involvement with The Hatchet began on an interesting note. At the end of last year, […]

Sports in Brief

Softball team announces new assistant coaches Dan Sperl and Liza Fuller will be the new assistant coaches for the softball’s team upcoming season. They’ll join the program’s new head coach, Stacey Schramm, in taking over an embattled team that went just 6-38 last year. Sperl, who hails from Center Strafford, N.H., joins the Colonials after […]

SJT scholars reach out to D.C. high schoolers

Recipients of the four-year Trachtenberg scholarship are working with the University to boost applications to the selective full-ride scholarship program. The nine students who received the Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship last year and other SJT scholarship alumni are reaching out to District students to share application information for the fund. “I feel like this program […]

In oil: photographer looks at Gulf Spill

Phil Nesmith has a seemingly masochistic tendency to put himself in difficult situations for the sake of making art. His latest exhibition, “Flow,” is a testament to this. Camping in a tent on the beach of Grande Isle, La., Nesmith braved the elements – which included temperatures over 100 degrees – to capture images of […]

Jukebox the Ghost returns to GW

Jukebox the Ghost turned Kogan Plaza’s gazebo into a stage Tuesday, when they played an acoustic show to celebrate the release of their second album, “Everything Under the Sun.” Fresh off their Sept. 1 performance on “The Late Show with David Letterman”, the GW alumni band drew a solid crowd of students, local families and […]