September 14, 2006

Volume 103, Issue 8

Stories from the September 14, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Ken Burns talks terror

Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker Ken Burns discussed recent films about the Sept. 11 attacks at The Kalb Report Monday. After a moment of silence dedicated to the victims, host of the GW-sponsored public affairs show Marvin Kalb asked Burns if he planned to make a documentary about the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11. Careful not […]

Music department reopens registration

Cuts to the Music Department have not had the effects anticipated last spring in the wake of an $8.2 million budget gap. In May, non-music majors, minors or presidential art scholars were restricted from signing up for beginner classes and private instruction courses. This fall any student is eligible to apply to take a music […]

Campus Calendar

Friday Open House for Juniors and Seniors Get a head start on your internship or job hunt at this Career Campaign event. 12 to 2 p.m. The Career Center, Old Main Sponsored by the Career Center Fencing Club Open House Always wanted to see what fencing is all about? Now is your chance. 3:30 to […]

Johnny Rockets to open in February

The Johnny Rockets set to open in the Shops at 2000 Penn should be ready for business in February 2007, restaurant officials said. The California-based company plans to open its fourth D.C. location in part of the space formerly occupied by the Gap on 20th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. The 1950s diner-style chain decided to […]


The Hatchet erroneously reported in the Sept. 11 issue that Craig Linebaugh was the executive vice president of Academic Planning (“New leadership brings fresh start to Va. Campus,” p. 5) Linebaugh was the associate vice president of Academic Planning. He was recently appointed the chief operating officer of the Virginia Campus. The Hatchet erroneously reported […]

Univ. adds new frosh rooms

Freshmen living in GW’s newest residence hall, the Potomac House, are not the only freshmen living in new rooms. More than 70 new beds were created for freshmen through various renovations over the summer in residence halls including Thurston, Lafayette and Fulbright. When the University was forced to stop housing freshmen in the Hall on […]

Snapshot: Pie in the sky

Sophomore Jason Lewis throws a whipped cream pie into the face of junior Marc Abanto during Pie-a-Pi-Kapp, a Pi Kappa Phi charity event in Kogan Plaza Wednesday afternoon benefitting Push America.

University cans free Napster program

Students who want to download free music will be on their own this year. The University ended a contract last May with the file-sharing company Napster that allowed students to set up a subscription and download music files for free. The University had signed two one-year contracts with the file-sharing company and did not renew […]

Fenty mows down Cropp

In a tent on Florida Avenue in Northwest D.C., a few hundred Adrian Fenty volunteers clad in white and green – his campaign colors – erupted in applause when he took the stage Tuesday night. D.C. Councilmember Adrian Fenty had defeated Council Chairman Linda Cropp in an upset victory for mayor in D.C.’s Democratic primary. […]

University buys ambulance

After years of lobbying the University, EMeRG may finally have an ambulance. University Police Department Chief Dolores Stafford said they purchased a used ambulance at a “reasonable price” and hopes the University will support EMeRG’s use of it. She did not say when the ambulance was purchased or for how much money. “It is certainly […]