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 […]
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.
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.
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 […]