March 6, 2006

Volume 102, Issue 47

Stories from the March 6, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Staff Editorial: Clean up NCAA clearinghouse

Exhaustive reports have appeared in The New York Times and The Washington Post that GW men’s basketball team players never graduated from high school or attended schools where diplomas were earned with little to no academic work. Such reports obviously engender an initially negative reaction to University recruitment practices. The true issues, however, seem to […]

Digital addiction: the Facebook and irresponsibility

Are you one of those “Facebook whores?” Do you ever scroll through your list of “friends” and check out everyone’s newly updated pictures, when really you should be studying for an exam, or better yet, sleeping at night? Do you get drunk and think of clever things to write on peoples’ “walls?” Here’s a good […]

Confronting housing inequities

“Dorms like palaces.” This is what caught my eye the most from the U.S. News and World Report college rankings that I have somewhat followed for the past three years. Being the no. 53 college in the nation won’t get my friends’ attention, but having some of the best cribs in the country is something […]

Mosheh Oinounou: Questionable Hatchet news judgement

Last Saturday a recent GW alumna, Imette St. Guillen, was found brutally murdered in New York City. While many prominent national daily newspapers and news networks, including The New York Times, ran multiple stories on her death upon learning the news, The Hatchet chose to wait until its Thursday print edition to first inform the […]

A way of life: When smoking marijuana is a lifestyle

On a chilly Sunday afternoon, junior Rachel Chambers* is holed up in her dorm room trying to pass three hours of idle time before her 6 p.m. dinner plans. She reaches for the shiny black box of cigars she recently purchased and removes one of the long, brown sticks. Sitting on her bed, with a […]

Letters to the Editor

Poor standards The Snapshot entitled “Ashes to Ashes” in the March 2 issue of the GW Hatchet (p. 2) was indicative of the slipshod journalistic standards that The Hatchet holds itself to. For a publication that often derides the mistakes of other organizations or the administration, one expects more from it. In a caption of […]

Lawrence leads women to two wins

Start the slideshow! PHILADELPHIA, Penn – This week, strong guard play has been vital to success. The GW women’s basketball team drew on sophomore Sarah-Jo Lawrence to win two games in the Atlantic 10 Tournament in Philadelphia to advance to Monday’s championship against No. 20/22 (USA Today/Associated Press) Temple. The squad defeated Richmond Saturday 61-51 […]