The article “Report criticizes 4×4 proposal” (April 17, p.1) quoted Faculty Senate four-by-force task force representative Robert Dunn as saying four-by-four is a “solution looking for a problem.” Dunn did not say this; the quote was taken from a Faculty Senate report on four-by-four.
April 24, 2006
Volume 102, Issue 59
Stories from the April 24, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
By his own account, graduate student and alumnus Paul Kendrick is about as stereotypically white as they come. With blue eyes, pointy bangs and an unmistakably pale complexion, he isn’t one you’d expect would be intimate with the black experience. But since coming to GW almost five years ago, Kendrick has been one of the […]
Junior Jeffrey Parker, a history major from Winston-Salem, N.C., is spending the spring semester in Oxford, England, after also spending the fall term there. Twice a month, he will share his experiences and observations from England as one of GW’s many expats. God save the Queen. I am very white. And I don’t mean in […]
Think prom is just for high school? Think again. More than 100 senior citizens and 180 student volunteers gathered Saturday for the fourth annual Senior Prom in the Marvin Center Grand Ballroom. The Neighbors Project, a part of the Office of Community Service, put together the evening of dinner and dancing for low-income seniors from […]
(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – Two key Democratic lawmakers are promoting a bill to cut the interest rates for student loans in half in response to large budget cuts made to student aid earlier this year. The “Reverse the Raid on Student Aid Act,” introduced earlier this month by Rep. George Miller (D-Ca.) and Sen. Dick Durbin […]
(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – In spite of a report that members of the suspended Duke University men’s lacrosse team might transfer to Georgetown to play for the lacrosse team next spring, a Georgetown official said that no transfer applications have been filed by Duke lacrosse players. According to a report in The Chronicle of Higher Education, […]
University officials said they do not know why a diesel generator’s toxic exhaust seeped into Duqu?s Hall earlier this month, but precautions are being put in place in case a similar unexplained accident reoccurs. Carbon monoxide fumes from an emergency generator outside Madison Hall entered classrooms in Duqu?s April 14. The University is unsure what […]
Administrators, the University Police Department and the Office of Risk Management will discuss the possibility of acquiring an ambulance for EMeRG at their regular meeting later this month. But the process of acquiring an ambulance is not easy. EMeRG leaders said that for six years GW’s student-run emergency response unit has been in pursuit of […]
More than 300 students, alumni and family members gathered at the Marvin Center Saturday night to celebrate the 10th anniversary of GW’s Organization for Latin American Students. The festivities, which ran until well past midnight, included traditional musical performances, dancing, poetry reading, theatrical monologues and a feast of Latin American food. “The event is an […]
Andrea Powell was in Germany about 10 years ago working at a domestic violence shelter. She befriended one of the victims in the clinic but was surprised when her new friend vanished one day. After searching in Eastern Europe and Bosnia, Powell became worried her friend had been victimized again. “I never found her and […]