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.

McKeown hires former Dayton assistant coach

GW women’s head basketball coach Joe McKeown announced last week the hiring of Ali Jaques as assistant coach to replace Lisa Cermignano, who took an equal position at Vanderbilt three weeks ago. “She’s a terrific coach,” McKeown said Friday in a phone interview about Jaques. “She brings a lot of experience and energy to the […]

Staff Editorial: Fight the FBI

Last week it was reported that the FBI is attempting to obtain the private documents of Jack Anderson, a recently deceased Washington journalist whose files GW is in the process of acquiring for archival purposes. Anderson covered scandals from the CIA plan to assassinate Cuban President Fidel Castro to the Watergate debacle, and the FBI […]

Varsity Roundup

Women’s crew The GW women’s crew team took fifth place in the Atlantic 10 women’s rowing championship, and coach Rob McCracken was named A-10 coach of the year. Massachusetts won the championship for the 11th consecutive time. Saint Joseph’s came in second, Dayton in third and Rhode Island finished fourth. GW’s best finish was in […]

Brendan Polmer: Cash-strapped after NYC

I went to New York City last weekend, and now I am broke. I am so broke. I have less than $100 left in my checking account, and even less on my GWorld. Going to New York City for a weekend is like gambling in a casino. You have a lot of fun while you’re […]

Michael Barnett: All’s not lost at GW’s computer labs

The Gelman Library basement’s computer lab is more or less silent, save for the relentless hum of its Dells and the back-and-forth chatter among the building’s relentless socialites. But every so often, its tranquility is pierced by someone who’s freaking out because he didn’t realize that files cannot be permanently saved to a library computer. […]

Kevan Duve: 4×4: Radical or conservative

A Faculty Senate four-by-four task force report recently labeled the new curriculum proposal “a solution looking for a problem.” Funny, since as a student, the problem has been obvious to me since I first cracked open the GW Bulletin. Four-by-four is a solution to the problem of curricular incoherence and excess. The real reason four-by-four […]