University officials met with fraternity and sorority leaders Tuesday night to talk about safety and reimbursement as the University Police Department continues investigating the 21 thefts in Townhouse Row that occurred over winter break. UPD Inspector Mark Balazik said he could “only speak in generalities,” but assured students that UPD was being thorough in its […]
January 25, 2007
Volume 103, Issue 35
Stories from the January 25, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Thursday Get Organized Find out the best ways to manage your personal and professional time effectively. 4 to 5:30 p.m. 2033 K Street, #330 Sponsored by the Counseling Center Friday 2007 Chinese New Year Spectacular Catch this show highlighting traditional Chinese arts in honor of the New Year. 12 to 2:30 p.m. GW Lisner Auditorium […]
A suspicious object across the street from 1959 E Street prompted several city blocks to be shut down and the residence hall and adjacent academic building to be locked down Wednesday evening. Just before 6:30 p.m., Metropolitan Police officers and bomb squad specialists began arriving on E Street between 19th and 21st streets, where they […]
In the article “Popularity of social sites prompts monitoring, censorship” (Jan. 22, p. 1), The Hatchet mistakenly spelled out the acronym NFTY. The correct title is the North American Federation Temple Youth.
Three big shots from the big leagues paid a visit to their alma mater Tuesday afternoon. Three Major League Baseball franchise officials – all of whom graduated from GW over the past 60 years – participated in a panel discussion after being inducted into the GW School of Business Sports Executives Hall of Fame in […]
The Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity will host their 10th annual charity step show Feb. 3 to benefit the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Fund and the Black Genesis Scholarship Fund. The show, Step Your Game Up, will feature “traditional step dancing” and hip-hop dance performances by GW’s Capital Funk and Georgetown University’s Groove Theory, said […]
What would you do if GW kicked disabled students out of on-campus housing because they require wheelchairs or Seeing Eye dogs to move around? Shock and outrage would fill the pages of The Hatchet and students would likely erect barricades around Rice Hall, perhaps leading chants of “Hey hey, ho ho, disabled kids don’t have […]
The School of Business selected five full-time faculty members as their newest Dean’s Research Scholars earlier this month. Each scholar participates in the program for two academic years, receives a $12,500 Crain research stipend, a reduced course load and a $2,500 annual stipend for research-related expenses. A committee comprised of faculty representatives from the nine […]
College students are notorious for being chronically short on everything from money to time to sleep, but one thing that we never seem to have a shortage of is complaints. As a columnist, I see it as my job to tune in to what’s happening on campus, to what people are saying, be it bad […]
The smell of gas caused the evacuation of two separate building complexes on campus early Monday afternoon. At about 1:30 p.m. the fire alarms sounded in Funger Hall and the connecting Duques Hall. About 10 minutes later Ross Hall, which is home to the medical school, was also evacuated due to the smell of gas. […]