As the house parties around campus start to become more constant and the weather beckons me to stay and play outside, my drinking priorities in the past couple of weeks have shifted. After a year of hearing my roommate talk about how awesome brunch is in D.C. on Sunday mornings, I finally decided to check […]
April 6, 2006
Volume 102, Issue 54
Stories from the April 6, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
One might experience an extreme sense of d?j? vu while watching New Line Cinema’s “Take the Lead,” as it seems to be a mixture of “Dangerous Minds,” “Save the Last Dance,” “Coach Carter” and “Dead Poets Society,” with a dash of “Welcome Back Kotter” and “The White Shadow” thrown in. In her newest film, director […]
>>Read The Hatchet’s staff editorial on Trachtenberg’s legacy. >>Read a column by Trachtenberg written before he announced his retirement. >>Read Trachtenberg’s “Letter to the GW Community.” >>Check out the results to our informal Web poll about reactions to Trachtenberg’s departure.
Maybe it’s just because the weather is finally nice again, but April is bringing some serious live music to the D.C. area practically every night of the week. Students won’t even have to leave campus to see three great big-name shows this month, with celebrated rapper Talib Kweli headlining Spring Fling at University Yard on […]
The second Wednesday of each month, Gate 54, the lounge club of D.C.’s popular Caf? Saint-Ex, allows its clubgoers to experience typical club music from very atypical DJs. These self-made music masters are a new breed of MCs for the digital age, aptly titled MP3Js. As opposed to the seasoned veterans of the club scene, […]
ABBA, Ace of Base, The Cardigans. Many Swedish bands can be pigeon-holed into the genre of kitschy Swede-pop with relative ease and accuracy. Not all of them, though. The country’s latest export, The Sounds, have taken the derivative synth-pop of their 1980’s counterparts and infused it with a decidedly American punk appeal. They win the […]
As May quickly approaches for graduating seniors, some are still asking the big question: what do you do after college? Many students get jobs on Capitol Hill or go on to graduate school. But 2004 School of Business graduate Gabe Smiles decided to take a job on K Street at a litigation support company (or […]
The University’s Board of Trustees plans this semester to establish a search committee responsible for choosing the replacement of President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg. Trachtenberg will step down in July 2007 after 19 years as GW’s leader. Board of Trustees Chairman Charles Manatt, who declined to discuss the specifics of what the board would look for […]
4/7 – Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers w/ Kenin, 9:30 Club, $15 The Influence, Grog & Tankard, $10 (Live at WRGW 2-4 p.m.) 4/8 – The Derek Trucks Band, 9:30 Club, $20 Talib Kweli, University Yard, FREE Downtown Singapore – WRGW Studio (listen on-air) 4/9 – Matisyahu, Smith Center, $16 on GWorld Neko Case, 9:30 […]
The announcement of President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg’s 2007 retirement drew mixed reactions from faculty, who have differing opinions on the way he has pushed his initiatives. Professors cited Trachtenberg’s academic transformation of GW as perhaps the most positive aspect of his legacy. He is credited with helping the University earn a national and international reputation. […]