If you have $5 Pocket it again this week, and head down to the Mall for the annual National Book Festival. Sponsored by the Library of Congress and hosted by the First Lady, this year’s festival, as always, promises a good time for the bibliophile, with multitudes of writers available to sign books and plenty […]
September 28, 2006
Volume 103, Issue 12
Stories from the September 28, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Vanessa Maltin grew up feeling like she had food poisoning every time she ate. Until well after she turned 21, stomach cramps, diarrhea and gas were routine parts of her life. Then as an intern reporter for the Palm Beach Post in 2004, the George Washington University student was assigned to cover a conference on […]
Sullivan confirmed for Student Association Court The Student Association Senate confirmed junior Ryan Sullivan as the Student Court’s newest judge Tuesday night in the Marvin Center. Last week, SA President Lamar Thorpe, a senior, nominated Sullivan to the court. Within days, Sullivan passed the Rules Committee with a 5-0 vote. “I think Sullivan is a […]
Basketball game policy GW’s first-come, first-serve entry policy will help ensure more equitable access to games. This move is a logical step toward the eventual change to charging students for tickets. Administrators should be careful, however, not to price fans out of a program that still has yet to prove its consistent excellence. Space for […]
National Pan-Hel begins intake process The National Pan-Hellenic Council began its annual process to recruit potential new members Tuesday. Founded in 1930 at Howard University, the NPHC, or the Divine Nine as the organization is commonly referred to, is the Greek-letter governing council for historically African American fraternities and sororities. At GW, there are four […]
This summer, when your mother’s friends asked you where you were headed to college, you probably felt fairly secure that your reply inspired at least some degree of respect. This University has been increasing in quality since its days as a commuter school, and has now become a nationally recognized institution. It seems as if […]
In her column last week (“The Colonial Army earned its privilege,” Sept. 25, p. 4), Molly Gannon mistakenly referred to a last-minute Colonials victory over Dayton last year. The victory she referred to was against Charlotte.
Trachtenberg World Tour In the Hatchet’s recent article on University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg’s ambitious travel plans for his last year in office, “Pres. to travel for alumni” (Sept. 18, p. 3), Lizzie Wozobski, campus news editor, accurately described me as a frequent critic of the administration’s budget policies. She quoted me, again accurately, as […]
Monday night, I threw on a pair of khakis, a blazer and a power tie for the chance to do something that many at GW salivate over – testify in front of a Washington, D.C. government panel. It wasn’t the Senate Judiciary Committee or the House Committee on International Relations. To be honest, it wasn’t […]
Students, faculty and alumni testified at D.C.’s Zoning Commission Monday night at the third public hearing for GW’s 20-year Campus Plan. Student Association President Lamar Thorpe and former presidents Omar Woodard and Phil Robinson spoke to the commission, as well as other students. “I am very pleased to see from the student testimony that these […]