January 26, 2006

Volume 102, Issue 36

Stories from the January 26, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

WEB UPDATE: Colonials’ huge second half unravels Rhode Island

Start the slideshow! Posted Saturday, Jan. 28, 5:20 p.m. If you look up the term “statement game” in a basketball dictionary, Saturday afternoon’s 81-62 win over Rhode Island may show up. The No. 14/15 GW men’s basketball team bolstered its ranking after erasing a six-point halftime deficit to top the Rams 81-62 in front of […]

Women ready for weekend pair

After a win and a loss last weekend, the GW women’s basketball team has two opportunities this weekend to get back to its winning ways. The Colonials will host Fordham Friday at 7 p.m. and then travel to Richmond for a 2 p.m. matchup with the Spiders on Sunday. Neither squads have defeated a Joe […]

SA Notes

Government in constitutional quandry Student Association members met Tuesday night with a plan to resolve a constitutional crisis. They were unsuccessful. On Monday evening the SA Student Court invalidated a proposed new constitution that students voted on in a December election. Upon the court’s announcement the same constitution that has been in effect for the […]

Calendar

Thursday AMSA meeting Learn about membership and events at the American Medical Students Association general body meeting. 6:30 p.m. Marvin Center Amphitheater Parties and Party Substitutes: Russia’s Relationship with Democracy in Comparative Perspective Henry E. Hale will examine the inner workings of the Russian government and its problems with political party development. 6 to 7:30 […]

Crime Log

Destruction 1/22 – 619 22nd St. – case closed University Police responded to a report of vandalism that occurred at an on-campus townhouse between 4 a.m. and noon. An officer found that two windows in the house had been broken and it appeared that someone had thrown bricks through the windows. -No suspects or witnesses […]

Fame Fatale: Exhibit shows Warhol was more than Marilyn and soup

Americans know and cherish the work of Andy Warhol for his silk-screened images of the famous, among them a turquoise and pink Marilyn Monroe, endless repetitions of Elvis and a somber Jackie O. Warhol’s understanding of celebrity, though, went beyond red-carpet glamour and flashbulbs – he knew that with celebrity came great peril, which he […]