October 31, 2005

Volume 102, Issue 23

Stories from the October 31, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.


Monday Beyond Einstein: Profound Mysteries and New Challenges With Dr. Michael Turner of the National Science Foundation 4 to 6 p.m. Corcoran Hall 101 Sponsored by the Department of Physics and Center for Nuclear Studies Tuesday Sixth Annual I. Edward Kiev Memorial Lecture Joseph Dan Hebrew, a professor of Kabbalah at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, […]


A news story posted online Oct. 28 reported that this year’s Commencement ceremony marks the 50th anniversary of President Harry Truman’s address to graduates. That number was based on incorrect information provided by a GW spokesperson. This year actually marks the 60th anniversary of his address. The article “Gay politicians speak” (Oct. 13, p. 8) […]

GW Briefs

Some dorms may get benches, bike racks University officials will consider installing bike racks and benches outside residence halls as part of the ongoing Residence Hall Renewal Project, but they have not yet decided if the fixtures will be put in place. Nancy Haaga, GW’s director of Auxiliary and Institutional services, said Residential Property Management […]

George H.W. Bush and wife Barbara to headline Commencement

Former President George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara will speak at the May 21 Commencement ceremony, the University announced Friday. “President and Mrs. Bush represent role models for generations,” University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg said in a statement. “Their dedication to public service; their strength as individuals and as a couple; their strong family […]

WEB EXTRA: Fewer students getting priority registration since 2002

GW has cut back on the number of students getting priority registration in order to create a fairer system for students who are not eligible to select classes early. With the new addition of about 60 Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps students, the total number of GW students eligible for priority registration for spring 2006 […]

Ginsburg recalls legacy of Rehnquist

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, associate justice of the Supreme Court, made a rare public speaking appearance at the Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday to discuss the legacy of the recently deceased Chief Justice William Rehnquist. Her words were made strictly from prepared notes about the former chief justice, and she did not mention new Chief Justice John […]

WEB EXTRA: Varsity roundup

M. Basketball The GW men’s basketball team will open the season in the top 25 of men’s college basketball. The Colonials were voted no. 24 in the USA Today coach’s poll released Oct. 27. The Associated Press poll, voted on by the media, will be released on Nov. 11, ahead of the Colonials’ preseason opener […]