So what’s next? The world seems pretty intimidating to a soon-to-be graduate of the Class of 2003. Many will leave college for the “real world” with as many questions as they had when they entered. “What do I want to do with the rest of my life?” probably seems as difficult a question now as […]
May 12, 2003
Volume 100, Issue 1
Stories from the May 12, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Monday’s edition of The Hatchet begins the publication’s year-long celebration of its 100th year as GW’s student newspaper. The Hatchet staff and alumni, with the help of University archivist G. David Anderson, have been working throughout the year to plan for the newspaper’s centennial celebration. An on-campus historical display, a book about The Hatchet and […]
Sophomore Shari Newman accompanies sophomore Yoni Oinounou on the cello during a Yom Hazikaron program Monday. Yom Hazikaron is Israel’s memorial day for its fallen soldiers. Sophomores Amy Mazin (l.), Shayna Dooling (c.) and Scott Kraiterman (r.) look at jewelry Wednesday at the Farmers Market on Kogan Plaza.
This restaurant is not for the dainty. Only the real meat-eaters need apply. Carnivores? Yes. Families? Definitely, but come ready to eat and eat a lot. Smith & Wollensky has been dubbed the quintessential New York Steak House, and after eating there you will wonder why you didn’t go to school in the Big Apple. […]
Virginia Governor and Commencement keynote speaker Mark Warner said his internships on Capitol Hill and four years as a GW undergraduate paved the way for his future political career. Warner – who will address graduates May 18 on the Ellipse – attended GW from 1973 to 1977 and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political […]
T-minus 10 days, five hours and 32 seconds. Destination: the real world. The countdown to graduation clock on the wall of Lindy’s Red Lion is staring at me, taunting me. “This is it,” the clock says. “No more lectures, no more summer vacations, no more college parties. Your time is up and we’re kicking you […]
Senior Arielle Ascrizzi is like many other graduating, questioning what life after Commencement will bring; but, unlike her classmates, Ascrizzi faces more serious uncertainties. During her freshman year at GW, Ascrizzi was diagnosed with an untreatable form of lymphomic cancer, which she will most likely live with for the rest of her life. She spent […]
Stories: University preps for graduation | Va. Governor reflects on his days at GW | Students to speak at ceremonies | GW to give honorary degrees | Students to speak at ceremonies Weekend Schedule Friday, May 16 10:00 a.m. The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Commissioning Ceremony United States Navy Memorial. This ceremony is for […]
GW officials said they are hopeful that the more than 20,000 graduates, alumni, friends and family members expected to converge on campus this week will be able to enjoy a ceremony on the Ellipse Sunday. The University has rented out the MCI Center during the same time period in case “extraordinary circumstances” cause the Ellipse […]
Ask most students what qualities they would desire of their graduation student speakers, and the last virtue they would list is the student’s grade point average. But the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Elliott School of International Affairs and School of Business and Public Management all consider GPA to be one of the most […]