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.
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.
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
In a high-profile move in the world of higher education, Harvard University announced Monday that it would end its early admissions program. Though GW is a considerably different academic institution than the Ivy League college, our University should take this opportunity to consider the merits, and perhaps disadvantages, of its early admission program. As with […]
A group of four former anesthesiology nurses at GW Hospital sued the University for overbilling the federal government in Medicare charges. The nurses alleged that the hospital overcharged at least $100 million by assessing physician rates for procedures performed by nurses or residents in training, said Alan Grayson, the group’s attorney. They initially filed a […]
Thorpe’s VPs confirmed in first Senate meeting of the year Student Association President Lamar Thorpe announced a new age of SA cooperation in his annual State of the SA Address in front of a full house on the fourth floor of the Marvin Center Tuesday night. Referring to the SA’s image of being plagued by […]
Everyone has terrible days – days during which you feel like you stink and have nothing going for you. When I’m having one of those days, I have a simple solution: I take a stroll over to 2025 F St., known to your average Colonial as Package Services. Package Services you ask? Wouldn’t the long […]
Senior Katie Sagal has completed 18 credit hours each semester since her freshman year. That’s three credits – or one traditional class – more than what is required to achieve full-time student status. “I’ve always wanted to be a dorky over-achiever,” Sagal said. With the payment of fulltime tuition, undergraduate students can take up to […]
Pi Kappa Phi fraternity raises about $700 for charity The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity raised about $700 for its national philanthropy Push America at its second annual Pie-a-Pi-Kapp event that took place yesterday in Kogan Plaza. Pies were sold for $3 and participants were allowed to throw their pies at the fraternity members from a […]