Men’s tennis places three on conference team Seniors Jake Jopling and Matt Treadgold, along with freshman Mustafa Gencsoy, were named to the Men’s Tennis Atlantic 10 All-Conference Team. Gencsoy is the third GW player to earn Most Outstanding Rookie Performer of the Year honors and only one of two freshmen on the squad. The Colonials, […]
April 21, 2005
Volume 101, Issue 59
Stories from the April 21, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Scrounging for cash is nothing new to Bethesda rockers Kenin. Fresh out of Duke University, lead singer/guitarist Sean Gaiser and drummer Devin McGaughey formed Kenin about four years ago and said they’ve kept their day jobs to get by. The well-blended mix of acoustic guitar and dominant rock on Kenin’s fourth album, Just Another Blast, […]
Every teenage girl’s nightmare is having someone else read her diary. But a new generation of college students is asking people to do just that. After making its mark on the political scene, the blog – slang for “Web log,” or online journal – is catching on at college campuses. Through free hosting sites such […]
An airport terminal might seem like a funny place to display local students’ artwork. But a new art exhibit at The Reagan National Airport is showcasing work by D.C. public school students ranging in age from 3 to 18 years old. “The theme this year is ‘Icons of Understanding,’” said Paula Sanderlin, D.C. public school’s […]
Thursday Lecture about the effects of free trade on Mexico 6 to 7:30 p.m. Elliott School of International Affairs Lindner Family Commons Sponsored by the Elliott School Friday Colonial Community Brown Bag on personal budgeting Lecture by a Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation official Noon to 1 p.m. Ross Hall Room 116 Sponsored by the Colonial […]
Like the title character in “Napoleon Dynamite,” senior Mark Protacio thinks bikes are pretty sweet. But it’s safe to say none of the numerous Napoleon wanna-bes on campus have ever approached Protacio, admired his sleek racing bike, and exclaimed “Lucky!” “People have come up to me and asked, ‘GW has a cycling team?’” said Protacio, […]
Student Association President-elect Audai Shakour announced his seven nominees for cabinet positions Wednesday. Some nominees may face objection from the Senate, which must approve each cabinet member. Rules Committee Chairman-elect Chris Rotella, whose group will interview nominees on Thursday, said he will be looking for “qualified candidates.” Rotella, who ran on the Coalition for Reform, […]
Montana?a to join Connecticut Sun No team selected GW women’s basketball star Anna Monta?ana in last week’s WNBA draft, but she may still have a shot to play in the league. Tuesday, she signed a training camp contract with the Connecticut Sun. “I am excited to go,” Monta?ana said. “I think I have the best […]
The article “Students in dark about C-Cash policy” (April 18, p. 1) misspelled Kelly Cogswell’s name. A photo caption on the April 18 issue’s front page identified a Washington Nationals player as Brad Schneider. His name is Brian Schneider.
A University taskforce is beginning to evaluate the feasibility of changing GW’s credit structure to a four by four system-four classes for four credits. A typical student’s schedule now consists of five classes for three credits each. Donald Lehman, executive vice president of Academic Affairs, announced the creation of the taskforce at the last Faculty […]