February 15, 2007

Volume 103, Issue 41

Stories from the February 15, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Johnny Rockets set to open in April

The Johnny Rockets restaurant being built in the Shops at 2000 Penn will open in April, two months later than expected. Normal construction and permit delays were the main cause of the two-month delay, said Johnny Rockets’ Senior Vice President for Development Mike Dobrota. He added that most retail businesses would like a quicker permit […]

Kappa Kappa Gamma is pilot group for philanthropic organization

The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority adopted Reading is Fundamental as its national philanthropy last month. The chapter had previously organized community service events such as the annual Kappa Kickball and other fundraisers, but the sorority did not have a nationally supported philanthropy until recently. The chapter was chosen to be a “pilot chapter” for the […]

Evolving debate

Remember that whole intelligent design controversy a little while back? If you don’t, it might be worth it to take some time and reflect. This Thursday, for one night only at the Avalon Theatre, you can catch a screening of “Flock of Dodos,” a documentary about the so-called controversy. Thankfully, the film is less esoteric […]

Unearth, Slayer bring metal to D.C.

“Shit, someone just gave me a bottle of booze, sweet!” I was on the phone with Buz McGrath, one of two guitarists from Unearth. The Boston-based metalcore band had been on the road for six days touring with metal legends Slayer. “So far the tour has been going great,” Buz told me over the phone […]

White meat only, please

Meat Market – sounds like another metro-sexual commercial space trying to appear edgy and raw (pun intended, one assumes). The narrow 17th Street venue is actually a former butcher shop. Interestingly enough, the work of Christopher L. Williams’ “Carniceria” and J.J McCracken’s “Stasis” cater to this previous identity. On Feb 2, Williams’ sculptural installation and […]

Colonials lose in Philly; Moore out for the season

PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 14- Something was different when the GW men’s basketball team tipped off its 62-56 loss to Saint Joseph’s Wednesday night in Philadelphia. For the first time since 2003, and for only the second time in his four-year career, senior guard Carl Elliott did not start the game. The captain had violated an unspecified […]

Student arrested for possession with intent to distribute cocaine

A sophomore was arrested in The Schenley last Thursday on charges of possession with intent to distribute cocaine. The Metropolitan Police Department took Patrick Cedrowski into custody after he was turned over by the University Police Department at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 8, according to an MPD report. The 20-year-old student was transported to the […]