February 1, 2007

Volume 103, Issue 37

Stories from the February 1, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

DOJ hosts stalker summit

Government statistics say at least one in 10 college-aged women have a stalker, which prompted GW and colleges nationwide to participate in the fourth annual National Stalking Awareness Month this month. University Police Chief Dolores Stafford attended a summit earlier this month hosted by the U.S. Department of Justice which informed law enforcement agencies and […]

Taking it to the streets

Chicago, Ill., 1968. It’s August, and the Democratic National Convention is about to take place. You’re young and pissed off at President Lyndon Johnson, his despicable war, and how he’s sending your generation off to die for their country thousands of miles away from home. So what do you do? Take it to the streets. […]

Hobbs not happy to speak

DAYTON, Ohio, Jan. 31 – Karl Hobbs didn’t seem to want to answer questions after GW lost to Dayton 84-69 here Wednesday night. When he got to the podium in the University of Dayton Arena’s media room, reporters were still turning on their recorders when he assumed there were no questions. Hobbs spent five minutes, […]

The Bar Belle: Dr. Dremo’s Taphouse

Dr. Dremo’s Taphouse 2001 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, Va. 22201 Walk out of the Courthouse metro, past the blocks of cookie-cutter condos and into this totem pole-marked bar tucked behind the Taco Bell, and you’ll see why the streets look so dead on a Saturday night: everyone’s in here. Dr. Dremo’s Taphouse – a funky bar […]

Ready to rumble in Richmond

Just over three weeks ago, the GW women’s basketball team hosted Richmond and beat them 57-50 – a win that didn’t come easily. Richmond controlled the lead for a good portion of the first half and fought back every time No. 11/12 GW (AP, ESPN/USA Today) gained a significant lead in the second half. The […]

“Once” explores music of new Dubliners

“Once” is a put-your-arm-around-your-girlfriend kind of movie. A modern-day musical, “Once” could best be described as a happenstance meeting between two lonely people who wind up making sweet music – literally. He’s a self-described “broken hearted hoover fixer sucker guy” – working in his father’s vacuum cleaner repair shop by day, playing his own music […]

SA candidates ready for election

The growing field of candidates is preparing for the Student Association elections, with only 21 days remaining. The candidates for SA president include juniors David “Tito” Wilkinson, Casey Pond, SA Sen. Marc Abanto (U-At Large), Michael Ray Huerta and sophomore SA Sen. Nicole Capp (CCAS-U), who announced her candidacy for SA president last week during […]

GW’s endowment breaks one billion

GW’s endowment has broken the $1 billion mark, the University announced yesterday. In a statement distributed Wednesday afternoon, GW announced that as of Dec. 31, the endowment stood at about $1.019 billion. When University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg assumed the presidency in 1988, GW had an endowment of about $200 million. Over the last 19 […]

Tale of a transfer

Sophomore Cheyenne Moore spent last year practicing every day with the GW men’s basketball team, doing all of the lifting and conditioning drills that go along with being part of an upper-echelon Division I men’s basketball program. The team was ranked sixth in the country and his teammates were treated as heroes on campus, but […]

SMPA Director to form student council

New School of Media and Public Affairs Director Lee Huebner is forming a Director’s Advisory Council in an effort to hear more student feedback about the school. Huebner, who began his term as SMPA director in July 2006 after a nearly two-year search process for a director, said the council is still in the planning […]