September 8, 2005

Volume 102, Issue 8

Stories from the September 8, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Artist of the ear

D.C. makes artist Janet Cardiff paranoid. Or at least that’s what it seems like in her latest exhibition – a guided walk through the Hirshhorn Museum and the National Mall to frenzied sounds of helicopters, a cappella chants and snippets of historic speeches. To take an audio tour, participants must exchange their driver’s license to […]

$5 – $10 – $20

If you have $5 Put it back in your pocket. You won’t need it to go to the Kennedy Center’s Open House, which features more than 30 free performances and activities on Saturday. A parade kicks off the day at 11:30 a.m., followed by free performances from the National Symphony Orchestra, Latin band Del Castillo, […]

Soul-ful solo singer: Mike Doughty

Throughout the 1990s, Soul Coughing went against the popular “less-is-more” stage presence of their mope-rocking contemporaries. Instead, they brought loud, rambunctious and interactive live shows to the concert-going masses. After splitting up, bandleader Mike Doughty continued his crusade on a smaller scale, touring the country with nothing more than an acoustic guitar to accompany his […]

Yawn if you love Othello

A good reason to attend a classic performance, such as Shakespeare’s Othello, is to experience some culture. After all, college students should occasionally expand their weekend festivities beyond drinking Natty Light. Yet, choose wisely – just because a performance has achieved the distinction of “cultured” doesn’t mean it can’t also put you to sleep. The […]

Dot-com businesses provide services

Ever get the late-night munchies? Hate doing laundry? Wouldn’t it be nice to have bottled water delivered directly to your door? The rise of campus businesses started by GW students has landed four dot-com college companies on campus. Soapy Joe’s and Campus Snacks launched four years ago while Varsity Drinks is entering its third year […]

D.C. launches bus service

Forget trying to hail a cab and spending up to $20 to get around. Students interested in traveling to popular destinations in downtown D.C. will have the opportunity to use a new bus system this semester. The D.C. Circulator, a sleek-looking bus that takes its riders to Washington’s premier cultural, shopping, dining and business destinations, […]

Crime Log

Drug Law Violation 9/5 – International House – 9:45 p.m. – case closed A female student stated that a resident on her floor brought drug paraphernalia into her room while she was not home, and then the subject came back to the room numerous times the next day to retrieve his property. University Police was […]

Nats Notes

Wild card update With October play a possibility, Robert Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Stadium would see playoff baseball for the first time ever. As of Wednesday afternoon, the Nationals were two and a half games back of the Houston Astros for the National League’s wild card spot. The Florida Marlins, who are only one game back, […]

College Boxes accessed students’ rooms

While it may have be convenient for students to have summer storage boxes delivered directly to their rooms before they moved in, some are questioning why a private company was allowed access into strictly guarded dorms. College Boxes, a summer storage company, had access into dorm rooms before the student move-in period that began Aug […]