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March 30, 2006
Volume 102, Issue 51
Stories from the March 30, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Posted Thursday, March 30, 5:55 PM With the success of the GW men’s basketball team comes recognition and for GW basketball fans, it may bring anxiety. Junior Danilo (J.R.) Pinnock will declare for the NBA Draft, the guard told The Hatchet Thursday afternoon. Pinnock will file paperwork with the NBA that will make him eligible […]
A group of those who were close to broadcaster Edward R. Murrow discussed the journalist’s legacy from World War II to the McCarthy era, as well as what he would have thought about news coverage today, at a panel discussion with journalist Marvin Kalb Monday night. At the latest installment of “The Kalb Report,” co-sponsored […]
A law student denied accusations of being a terrorist made against him in an e-mail sent over the Hillel listserv Wednesday afternoon. The e-mail threatens to mar relations between Hillel, and Jewish and Palestinian supporters who viewed the missive as ill-conceived and inappropriate. The Hillel e-mail said third-year law student Fadi Kiblawi is considered a […]
Updated Friday, March 31, 5:35 p.m. Posted Friday, March 31, 12:44 a.m. Juniors Morgan Corr and Lamar Thorpe were the top two vote-getters in the Student Association presidential election and will face each other in next week’s runoff, the Joint Elections Committee announced early Friday morning. Junior Josh Lasky and sophomore Angela Chang will vie […]
Text messaging and “parties at the poll” are just two of the voter registration ideas that won recognition in Young Voter Strategies first-ever national competition aimed at supporting innovative nonpartisan strategies to register voters ages 18 to 29. Thirteen groups from all around the country were selected for using creative ways to encourage young people […]
Brace yourself – your favorite GW fun fact (or bragging right) is likely no more than a very successful rumor. That’s right: Thurston Hall is not the second-most sexually active dorm in the United States. Or, at least, there isn’t anything that really proves it. For years, students have revered the “fact” that Thurston Hall […]
Next time Donald Trump is looking for contestants for his show, he may not have to travel much farther than the School of Business. Three of the school’s classes are having students gain real-world experience in their field of study, mostly from inside the classroom. One class is participating in a marketing campaign for the […]
Liquor Law Violation 3/26 – Somers Hall (Mount Vernon Campus) – 6:18 a.m. – case closed While on patrol, a University Police Department officer found a male subject sleeping in the TV lounge of the dormitory. When the officer tried to wake the individual, he noticed that the student smelled of alcohol. The officer tried […]
Lulu’s Club Mardi Gras, the dance club not far from GW’s campus, will be permanently closing after this Friday’s farewell bash. The popular bar and nightclub, situated at the corner of 22nd and M streets, was bought by Amerimar Enterprises, which owns the Marriot Hotel above the club and also purchased Blackies, the bar next […]