Four former presidents of Latin American countries discussed the economic and social hardships facing the region at GW Thursday. The all-day forum featured panels led by the former presidents of Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica and Mexico. Officials from the Inter-American Dialogue and The World Bank, which sponsored the event, also spoke. Jorge Quiroga, whose term […]
November 3, 2003
Volume 100, Issue 25
Stories from the November 3, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Musician Ben Folds entertained a crowd of about 3,400 students in the Smith Center on Saturday night using a piano, his sense of humor and audience interaction. The Program Board sponsored the show, which began with a 30-minute set by rock artist Dante Mizetti. Folds performed songs from his solo albums and the Ben Folds […]
Posted Tuesday, Nov. 4, 7:08 p.m. GW student-athletes will be playing in a bigger and likely more competitive Atlantic 10 conference in two years, when two schools will join the league. A University official told The Hatchet late Tuesday afternoon that the A-10 will announce its expansion plan on Thursday. After the Big East conference […]
The University may expand academic programming for GW students wishing to study the Middle East on campus or abroad, following a recent administrative trip to the region. University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Donald Lehman and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Dean Timothy Tong returned from a 10-day trip […]