December 7, 2006

Volume 103, Issue 30

Stories from the December 7, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Crime Log

Simple Assault 12/03/06 – 600 block of 23rd Street – 3:43 a.m. – closed Five male students were walking together when an unknown male, unaffiliated with GW, asked the group for directions. However, the man did not know where he wanted to go. The group proceeded, and the subject followed. He struck one of the […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday How Do I Become a CEO Before the Age of 40? Join GW alums and get the inside scoop. 6:30 to 8 p.m. Funger Hall 103 Sponsored by the GW Alumni Association, Career Center and Class Council Fall Film Series: The Black Dahlia Take a study break and catch this free flick. 7 p.m. […]

Frontcourt talent emerges in win over Eastern Shore

Five minutes into the first half of GW’s 79-56 win over the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore Tuesday night, sophomore forward Cheyenne Moore stepped onto the Smith Center court to play in a game for the first time. This season, the Baltimore native had yet to check into a contest as he nursed a stress fracture […]

WEB EXTRA: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist talks about CIA

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Dana Priest spoke about the CIA and how the attacks of Sept. 11 have changed her job as a national security correspondent and the world’s political landscape. The lecture, titled “The CIA’s Secret War on Terror” was hosted as part of the Elliott School’s Distinguished Women in International Affairs series and about […]

“Sex Jeopardy” featured in health awareness event

Two Greek-letter organizations teamed up with the University to sponsor sexual jeopardy and condom relays as part of an event last week to promote sexual health and discuss the role alcohol plays on college campuses. The Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and Student Health Services’ Health Outreach Peer Educators sponsored the […]

D.C. mayor, City Council honor Trachtenberg’s commitment to community

On Monday, D.C.’s outgoing leader celebrated the work of GW’s outgoing leader. D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams declared Dec. 4, 2006, “Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Day” in honor of the departing president’s commitment to community service at the University and in Washington. The presentation took place on the second floor of the Media and Public Affairs Building. […]

Staff Editorial: Knapp must know GW

This week, the University announced that Steven Knapp, provost from Johns Hopkins University, will succeed Stephen Joel Trachtenberg as GW’s top administrator. Knapp, an English professor with an academic background, has already become familiar with the presidential search committee – he now needs to take the next few months to get to know the University. […]

Thousands swarm Court to support racial integration programs

Nearly 5,000 protesters, including GW students, gathered at the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to support racial integration programs that are being challenged by cases heard in the court. The protest was organized in part by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s religious and social development group, the […]