Long before September 11, and prior to the tyrannical rule of the Taliban, Afghanistan was a flourishing cultural utopia whose story has never before been told in American literature. Author Khaled Hosseini’s “The Kite Runner” is a rare and treasured gift, presenting a narrative that is simultaneously heart wrenching yet startlingly accurate. The young narrator, […]
December 6, 2004
Volume 101, Issue 33
Stories from the December 6, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Monday “When Hatred is Bred to the Bone: Psychocultural Foundations of Contemporary Terrorism” Lecture from Elliott School political psychology professor Jerrold Post 6 to 7:30 p.m. Elliott School of International Affairs building Room 602 “Chill out in the Hippodrome” Caribbean snacks and dancehall reggae 7 to 9 p.m. Hippodrome Sponsored by Program Board and Caribbean […]
From the moment the Nintendo generation crawled to the control pad, its hazy glare fixed itself upon a Technicolor land of crusading plumbers, stalking mushroom heads and pale princesses awaiting rescue at the end of the eighth world. Nearly two decades later, many continue the quest, often proclaiming the mechanical melody of the Super Mario […]
The article “Grads get Supreme Court clerkships” (Dec. 2, p. 15) incorrectly stated that Ann O’Connell is currently working for Chief Justice William Rehnquist. She’ll begin working for him next year.
Despite recent indications of global warming that might have tricked us into believing we still had a shot at the wonderfully ambiguous D.C. fall weather, somewhere in between the elections, the turkey and the midterms, winter has come – and it’s going to be cold. Winter is a time for functional fashion. No longer are […]
Girl meets boy. Girl falls for boy. Girl gets used to an active sex life. Boy gets on an airplane and jumps the pond. Girl is left behind. What’s a girl to do? In perfect Bonnie fashion, I find someone I click with and before you can say Virgin Airlines he’s gone. I knew that […]
Student Health Services relocates Student Health Services will relocate next semester to a more spacious suite at 2141 K St. The new facility will open Jan. 18 and will offer more space for a waiting room, examination rooms, observation rooms, conference room and administrative functions. The new office is located one block away from its […]
Pops Mensah-Bonsu morphed into the Incredible Hulk Saturday at the BB&T Classic. Sunday, he shrunk down to semi-normal size, which was fine with him. “I wasn’t really worrying about points too much,” he said after scoring six in the Colonials’ upset of Maryland. “My teammates picked up my slack today.” He scored 23 points in […]
The GW women’s basketball team struggled offensively in a 64-40 loss to the University of Oregon Saturday afternoon at the Rose Garden in Portland, Ore. It was the Colonials’ lowest point total in coach Joe McKeown’s 16-year-career. The last time they scored less than 40 points was in 1989. “We missed a lot of shots […]