I will never forget the phone call from my parents telling me that my childhood friend Grant had committed suicide. After struggling with bipolar disorder, Grant lost the battle and leapt from a 10-story building just blocks away from my home in Dallas. That was one year ago today. Before Grant’s death, I had never […]
November 2, 2006
Volume 103, Issue 22
Stories from the November 2, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A proposed restaurant and bar at 20th and G streets may be denied its liquor license, said a D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Association spokesperson. The proposed restaurant and bar, TONIC, has already experienced construction delays due to the time it took to obtain construction permits. The food venue is expected to open in January 2007, […]
GW head coach Karl Hobbs wore a turtleneck during Wednesday night’s preseason game against Augusta State at the Smith Center. It was a departure from his typical suit and tie, but for Hobbs and the GW men’s basketball team, it was business as usual. The sixth-year head coach was his animated self as his team […]
It’s a good thing that the blatantly offensive, raunchy film “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan” has received almost universal high-fives from critics. For if the “moviefilm” were to do poorly, says its hero, Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev, “I will be execute.” Talk about high stakes. The wildly popular […]
Spear program manager Scott Thomas and senior Ariz Matute grab apples in Kogan Plaza during “Apples for Adoption” Monday afternoon. The event was sponsored by Colonials for Life.
Men’s Golf The men’s golf team finished 14th in a field of 16 at the ODU/Seascape Collegiate Tournament, held at the Seascape Golf Links in Kitty Hawk, N.C. Campbell University’s Kyle Spahr finished first with a 134 (66-68), leading Campbell to the team title. Junior Raman Luthra was the Colonials’ low finisher, tied for 33rd, […]
“I think it’ll be a lot more guys with a lot more hair and a lot less gold and platinum, and maybe better music, I don’t know.” Los Angeles underground rapper MURS was the first one down the red carpet (which wasn’t red so much as black and sparkly) at last Wednesday’s MTV-U Woodie Awards, […]
Certainly not everyone agrees about what happened on September 11, 2001. When scholars offer their own alternative theories, however, they tend to face scrutiny by their respective academic institutions and communities. A recent controversy involved Steven Jones, a professor of physics and astronomy at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He was put on paid […]
The Mu Delta chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha hosted its fifth annual Miss Freshman Pageant in the Marvin Center Sunday. This year’s pageant coincided with National Breast Cancer Awareness month and benefited the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Vanessa Cacho, public relations chair for Alpha Kappa Alpha, said the mission of the pageant was […]
Minnesota band Cloud Cult will be headlining at DC9 tonight, just one stop on a national tour of over 30 cities. Cloud Cult boasts an unusual lineup: in addition to the standard guitar, bass and drums, the group also has a cellist, Sarah Young, and two vocalists who also double as painters. Yes, that’s right […]