The Interfraternity Council’s spring recruitment ended earlier this month with more people joining a Greek-letter group this year than any year in recorded history. Last academic year, 277 male students joined a Greek-letter organization compared to this year’s 290. While GW’s Office of Greek Life does not have complete records for participation in groups, records […]
February 20, 2007
Volume 103, Issue 42
Stories from the February 20, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
In the article “Potomac House’s Carvings eatery open” (Feb. 12, p. 1), The Hatchet reported that the new eatery Carvings will offer a meat-carving station. A Carvings employee said Monday that the food venue does not have enough room for a carving station by the food bar and will cut turkey in the kitchen.
GWTV is back on the air with new programming after a fall full of difficulties and a blank screen. Students who tuned into Channel 6 at the beginning of the year saw nothing and for months after that, the only thing airing was the class-produced news magazine show “The Source” on a continuous loop. Now […]
Tuesday Senior portraits Last chance for seniors to take portraits for the 2007 yearbook. Fifth floor Marvin Center Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m to 6 p.m. Cost: $15 Sponsored by The Cherry Tree Yearbook Black history celebration event In honor of Black History Month, the Gelman Library Diversity Committee hosts University of D.C. Professor Clarence […]
The Faculty Senate rejected the University’s plan to adopt a four-by-four credit structure two months before their vote was scheduled to take place. At Friday’s meeting in the Marvin Center, the body passed a resolution recommending that the schools should not switch at this time from the three-credit, five-class system to the four-class, four-credit plan […]
Though they consider collegiate honors distinctions, some graduate schools and employers agree graduating with “honors” is not the most important factor when selecting students and new hires. Laura Morsch, a career adviser at the Web site CareerBuilder.com, said honors distinctions do not necessarily matter to employers. “It really depends on the employer. Graduating with honors […]
Two years after the fiery discourse of CNN’s “Crossfire” left campus, political debate returned to the Media and Public Affairs Building last week. Ten candidates running for Student Association president and executive vice president faced questions in the Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday night before a crowd of about 150 students. The five presidential candidates and […]
While his parents and siblings were unwrapping Christmas presents halfway across the world, sophomore Jason Mojica woke up to the cry of gunshots ringing out across Ab?ch?, Chad. Minutes later, members of the Sudanese Liberation Movement rebel group, armed with 50-caliber machine guns, arrived at his ramshackle motel room in a pick-up truck caked in […]
University Police officers posted public safety advisories in Mitchell Hall this week after residents experienced six false fire alarms in one week, often in the middle of the night. UPD Captain Frank Demes said that at least five of the false alarms in Mitchell were malicious. Officials also held a mandatory meeting for Mitchell Hall […]
While most of the campus was sleeping early Friday morning, a contingent of die-hard Student Association want-to-be members was wide awake. Dozens of students gathered in Kogan Plaza and at the stroke of 7 a.m., a mad scramble began across H Street in an effort to grab prime real estate on the Marvin Center’s exterior […]