February 16, 2006

Volume 102, Issue 42

Stories from the February 16, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Evans: No end to GW-Foggy Bottom animosity in sight

D.C. City Councilmember Jack Evans said it would be impossible to put an end to the disputes between Foggy Bottom residents and the University, and that some people will always be upset with GW regardless of its actions, in an interview with The Hatchet this week. Evans, whose ward consists of downtown, Capitol Hill, Dupont […]

Men survive scare from UMass, win by three

For GW, one of two teams remaining in Division I men’s basketball with a single defeat and the holder of the longest winning streak in the country, not every game can be a blowout. And for coach Karl Hobbs, that’s OK. “When you are 21-1, there are two teams in the country with one loss; […]

WEB EXTRA: Officials say new restaurant in Quigley’s will open on time

Despite being a month behind on construction, University officials and an owner of TONIC Restaurant said that the new venue, which will be built in the vacant Quigley’s building at 21st and G streets, will still open as scheduled by January 2007 or earlier. GW officials announced late November that after an extensive vendor search, […]

WEB UPDATE: Colonials 22-1 after road win over Richmond

Start the slideshow! Posted Feb. 18, 2005, 9:11 p.m. RICHMOND, Va. — Sophomore guard Maureece Rice went seven-for-nine from the floor and scored 16 points in a 64-51 No.7/8 (Associated Press/ESPN) GW win over Richmond Saturday at the Robins Center. The win, GW’s 14th straight, marked the first time the Colonials have won in Richmond […]

WEB UPDATE: Colonials freshman supsended indefinitely

Posted Feb. 18, 2005, 6:28 p.m. RICHMOND, Va.-Freshman forward Montrell McDonald has been suspended indefinitely for violating team rules, according to a written statement released by Sports Information Director Brad Bower. Athletic Director Jack Kvancz said that head coach Karl Hobbs informed him of the decision last night, but that no further details were immediately […]

A glimmer of hope

The legendary Zelda is back. Tony Award-winning “godmother of D.C. theatre” and co-founder of Arena Stage Zelda Fichandler makes her homecoming to the nation’s capital after nearly 10 years, with her production of Clifford Odets’ depression-era classic Awake and Sing! It’s 1935, and the Bergers are a Jewish family living in the Bronx, clinging to […]

$5 – $10 – $20: An entertainment guide for the cash-strapped college student

If you have $5 Hip-hop has left an indelible mark on our culture, and “Elements of Style: The Hip Hop and Urban Art Exhibition” examines its political and economic contributions to society. This exhibit rotates works from 14 artists from Chicago, Philly, New York and the District in an exhibition space at 3307 M St. […]

The Bar Belle: Buffalo Billiards

Buffalo Billiards 1330 19th St. N.W. A large bar that’s close to campus, has numerous high-definition televisions and a ton of pool tables seems like it would be my ideal bar. Too bad Buffalo Billiards near Dupont Circle was just about the worst bar I have ever set foot in. The first thing I noticed […]

GW announces Colonial Cabinet

The 2005 Colonial Cabinet came together at its annual transition dinner earlier this month to pass the torch to their successors, whose selections were officially announced this week. Colonial Cabinet 2006 is a diverse group of GW students charged with welcoming and guiding incoming freshmen through the annual Colonial Inauguration orientation this summer. From an […]