September 7, 2006

Volume 103, Issue 6

Stories from the September 7, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Corrections

The Hatchet erroneously reported in the Sept. 5 issue that the bistro TONIC is located in Columbia Heights (“TONIC to open in Jan.,” p. 3). The bistro is located in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. The Hatchet erroneously reported that Andrew Salzman is a former Student Association senator from the Graduate School of Education and Human […]

Captains and cousins

When he talks about the adversity that faces his captains, the men’s soccer team’s head coach George Lidster speaks with a hint of pride. “They have a hard task,” the coach admits, “but a tremendous will to win.” Lidster’s captains, senior Jeremiah Burke and junior Matt Davis, are talented players and have been honored with […]

The Bar Belle: Trivia Night at Wonderland

As the summer winds down and classes begin, it’s a good idea to design a weekly routine to keep track of your schoolwork, job schedule and social networking engagements. But lest the pressures of academia distract you from the true meaning of college, remember: a strict bender regimen is no exception. A drink on Tuesday […]

Facebook changes draw complaints

New features on the popular social networking site Facebook sparked discussion about online privacy on college campuses nationwide Tuesday. A “news feed” on the site’s homepage and “mini feed” on profile pages shows users the most recent actions of their online friends. These actions include new relationship statuses, newly updated photos and RSVPs to event […]

State Plaza Hotel impedes unionization

A Foggy Bottom hotel GW recommends to parents visiting campus was charged with violating federal labor laws Aug. 25. The State Plaza Hotel located on F Street between 21st and 22nd streets was found guilty of coercing employees to oppose its workers’ recent unionization attempt. According to court documents, the State Plaza management fired the […]

Common to rock Fall Fest

For many students, the freshman convocation signifies a formal entrance into the GW community. While perhaps much less of an official or traditional welcome to GW, the University’s annual Fall Fest, or concert on the quad, is also an important, albeit different, major college experience for incoming students. Fall Fest 2006 kicks off Saturday, Sept. […]

WEB EXTRA: Pop-punk marathon hits 9:30 Club

On Sept. 5, the 9:30 Club hosted a pop-punk marathon of five bands from across the country. As the first band, All Time Low, took the stage, a wave of scantily clad teenage girls and spiky-haired teenage boys rushed toward the stage and packed each other as tightly as possible against the rail. All Time […]

Pinnock, Hall officially with NBA squads

Two former GW basketball players finalized agreements with NBA teams Wednesday. The Washington Wizards invited former forward Mike Hall to its training camp, and Danilo (J.R.) Pinnock inked a deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. The Wizards, who held workouts with Pops Mensah-Bonsu and Omar Williams, invited Hall to its training camp, which begins Oct. […]

WEB EXTRA: The Protector: A martial arts virtuoso

Don’t bother eating at the Thai Place this weekend. Instead, head to Georgetown and catch a screening of Tony Jaa’s “The Protector” for a different kind of Thai experience. If you’re not familiar with Tony Jaa, you will be soon. He’ll be Kung Fu’s next big thing, and although he lacks the comedic chops of […]