November 10, 2005

Volume 102, Issue 26

Stories from the November 10, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

WEB EXTRA: Foreign service fraternity debuts on campus

Students are in the process of re-chartering a professional foreign service fraternity on campus that died out from inactivity at GW following World War II. Students are working to bring the Delta Phi Epsilon foreign service fraternity’s Eta chapter back to campus, as well as a sorority chapter, because they feel there are a significant […]

WEB UPDATE: Colonials barely handle Augusta State, 103-96

Start the slideshow! Posted Saturday, Nov. 12, 4:30 p.m. The new banner that commemorates 2005’s Atlantic 10 championship and NCAA tournament appearance is meant to evoke memories of last year’s successful men’s basketball season. GW Coach Karl Hobbs said the way his team played Saturday in what was supposed to be a warm-up against a […]

Greek Briefs

Alpha Delta Pi hopes to lock up charity funds The Alpha Delta Pi sorority will hold its annual Jail ‘N Bail event Thursday in Kogan Plaza. To participate in the event, students enlist their friends to be handcuffed to an Alpha Delta Pi member. The student then walks around the Foggy Bottom campus with the […]

WEB EXTRA: CRs, CDs played a role in Virginia campaigns

Democrat Tim Kaine will succeed GW alumnus Mark Warner as Virginia’s next governor, after defeating Republican Jerry Kilgore by a six-point margin Tuesday night. Kaine’s victory with 52 percent of the vote marks the end of a hotly contested statewide race that Kilgore was expected to win not more than two months ago. The Republican […]

WEB UPDATE: SA president denies sexual harassment charges

Posted Sunday, Nov. 13, 7:10 p.m. Student Association President Audai Shakour categorically denied sexual harassment charges leveled against him last week by a female colleague. A female SA member alleged that an act of harassment occurred in mid October, and she filed a complaint three and a half weeks later on Nov. 7, Shakour said. […]

WEB EXTRA: UN General Assembly president addresses Elliott School

UN General Assembly President Jan Eliasson told students and distinguished guests, including retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Tuesday night that the UN is “is facing a most important crossroad.” Eliasson said that despite criticism of the UN, including the oil-for-food scandal in which former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein pocketed billions of dollars meant […]

WEB EXTRA: SA Senate approves new constitution

The Student Association Senate voted early Wednesday morning to pass major changes to the organization’s governing document, the SA constitution. Students may have an opportunity to vote on the changes to the constitution by the end of the month. Also early Wednesday morning the SA Senate failed to pass a student fee increase that could […]

Crime Log

Unlawful entry 11/6 – Thurston Hall – 12:01 a.m. – case closed A University Police officer on patrol recognized an individual in the hallway of the dormitory who had previously been barred from campus. The officer requested the individual’s identification and determined that the subject had been barred Sept. 25. Following the positive identification, the […]