After spending months working behind the scenes and considering performers such as Talib Kweli and Marc Broussard, Program Board ultimately settled on Robert Randolph and the Family Band to headline this Sunday’s Fall Fest. Talk to any member of Program Board, and he’ll tell you the nuts and bolts of putting together one of the […]
September 2, 2005
Volume 102, Issue 6
Stories from the September 2, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
If Stephen Kellogg could share a stage with any other musician, it would be Sheryl Crow. After all, Kellogg, jokes, she’s his girlfriend even though “she doesn’t know it.” The jocular 29-year-old Kellogg, along with his band, The Sixers, will croon for GW students (sans Crow) this Sunday at Fall Fest. While Kellogg has established […]
The accomplishment of being an NCAA Division I conference champion does not come without difficulties. The GW men’s soccer team understands it faces challenges on the way to defending its conference title. The men’s soccer team has been slated to finish third in the Atlantic 10 this year after winning the crown during the 2004 […]