Summer is right around the corner, and if you are looking to earn extra money, temporary work may be right for you. With the unemployment rate at a 30-year low, college students are in demand. Temporary services are typically able to keep students busy all summer, offer a variety of choice assignments and you can […]
April 6, 1998
Volume 94, Issue 34
Stories from the April 6, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A year ago, it took the GW baseball team an entire season to win 21 games. What a difference a year makes. With 17 games remaining this season, the Colonials have nearly matched their win total from last season. GW reached 20 wins by winning two out of three games at Duquesne this weekend. The […]
In the April 3 edition of The GW Hatchet the article “GW revamps image with redesigned logo” (p.2) wrongly identified the candidate for redesign. The University plans to create a new logo that will appear on basketball team uniforms, mugs and T-shirts, but will not replace the current word mark.
The GW women’s water polo club beat the University of Richmond and Georgetown University, but lost to the University of Maryland and the University of Pennsylvania in a home tournament the team hopes will become an annual event. GW opened the tournament with a 9-3 loss Friday to a talented team from Maryland, which has […]
GW will host the 40th annual Hugh O’Brian Youth World Leadership Congress this summer. The program provides high school sophomores from all 50 states and 45 nations the opportunity to receive leadership training from some of America’s top decision makers through a series of question-and-answer sessions. HOBY has turned out more than 250,000 alumni since […]
Two GW seniors will visit the former Soviet Union after graduation this spring as volunteers with the Peace Corps. Melissa Doherty and Minal Amin will teach English, joining more than 500 GW alumni who have served in the organization. Doherty is receiving a degree from the Elliott School of International Affairs with a concentration in […]
Bank for International Settlements CEO to speak April 14Bank for International Settlements general manager and chief executive Andrew Crockett will offer lessons to be learned from the recent financial crisis in Asia in a lecture at Lisner Auditorium April 14 at 6 p.m. Crockett served as executive director of the Bank of England from 1989 […]
Charlie Hunter, with his band, Pound for Pound, played a classy mix of jazz and funk followed by Galactic, a New Orleans funk band, at The Barns of Wolf Trap March 27. Though only performing for an hour, the band played a range of music. The opening song grooved with a drum and vibraphone solo […]
Sixteen junior high school students visited GW’s campus to learn how to set goals at the Direct Access to Personal Achievement program Saturday. The Center for the Advancement of Small Business hosts the student enrichment program for different junior high schools in the D.C. area each semester. This year, CASB and volunteers from the Black […]
Walking casually past Lisner Friday evening, March 27, may have caused some people confusion. From the corner of 21 and H streets, it sounded as if the 1960s were back and as turbulent as ever inside the auditorium. The names and faces have not changed in 35 years. The messages were all the same – […]