Shaina Schallop

WEB EXCLUSIVE: PB race pits friends against one another

Generally regarded as a more low-key race, this year’s Program Board Executive Chair election pits friends against each other as three candidates vie for votes among the same peer group. Juniors Josh Bhatti, Ben Posner and Bryan Gless said they met while working for the PB last year. Bhatti scheduled concerts for the PB this […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: SA supports GW lawsuit

The Student Association unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday supporting a University lawsuit against city zoning restrictions. GW will file the resolution, which agrees with some Board of Zoning Adjustment regulations but disagrees with deadlines to implement them, with briefs in the suit in U.S. District Court Tuesday. The first three points of the bill agree […]

EMeRG pushes for ambulance

As a plane crashed into the Pentagon Sept. 11, the D.C. Fire Department sent all available ambulances to the scene, leaving the city void of emergency vehicles for other local calls. The fire department borrowed emergency response vehicles from Georgetown University’s Emergency Medical Response Service (GERMS) for extra support, but GW’s Emergency Medical Response Group […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: UPD responds to late night car race

Posted Nov. 19, 10:30 p.m. – A silver Mercedes Kompressor skidded onto the sidewalk of the Alumni House at 20th and F streets Sunday night, making a loud screeching noise outside Thurston Hall that brought curious residents outside at 11:30 p.m. A University Police officer on the scene who identified herself as Corporal Archie said […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Author disclaims Mumia arguments

Author Daniel Flynn told about 50 GW students the case of convicted murderer of a police officer Mumia Abu-Jamal is not an example of racial profiling, as many Abu-Jamal supporters believe. The GW Second Amendment Club sponsored the speaker, author of Copkiller: How Mumia Abu-Jamal Conned Millions Into Believing He Was Framed. Since 1982, Mumia […]

Rock for Choice hits Quad

About 300 students stopped by the Rock for Choice concert held on the Quad Saturday afternoon sponsored by the GW Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance. Raising more than $1,000 for the Feminist Majority Foundation’s National Clinic Access Project, which leads efforts to keep abortion clinics open and safe, the event included local artists selling pottery and […]

‘Crossfire’ returns for another week

“Crossfire” co-hosts Tucker Carlson and Bill Press engaged the GW student body in friendly banter to warm up for a live broadcast from campus Thursday. Citing packed audiences, a Hatchet article and intelligent questions from the students as reasons to keep up the new town hall meeting format, they announced the show would call GW […]