March 1, 2007

Volume 103, Issue 45

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

WEB EXTRA: Rock band Anberlin releases new album, “Cities”

In the recently founded world of new age emo, a band’s third release can expand or crumble their existing fan base. Jersey rockers Senses Fail, released their third album to deaf ears, ripping open their loyal fan base at the seams, while the *NSYNC of emo-pop, Fall Out Boy, have launched themselves into celebritydom, managing […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday Future Free Cuba? Join in this discussion about the future of Cuba after Fidel Castro 9 to 10:30 a.m. Marvin Center Amphitheater Sponsored by the Conflict Resolution Forum Facebook/MySpace: How Profiles Can Affect Jobs This workshop will examine privacy concerns and the workplace stemming from these popular social sites 4 to 5 p.m. Marvin […]

Comedians Todd Barry + Leo Allen perform in Arlington

While it’s important to avoid sweeping generalizations, it’s prudent to draw small, if not fully formed, conclusions from particular situations. For instance, last Friday, at the Arlington Drafthouse & Cinema (which was moonlighting as a comedy club on weekends), I learned from Todd Barry and Leo Allen that comedians are only funny when they want […]

Alpha Delta Pi celebrates 10th anniversary on campus

The Alpha Delta Pi sorority is gearing up to celebrate its 85th year on campus and the 10-year anniversary of the sorority’s recolonization. The sorority’s Anniversary Celebration will take place March 3 at the Hotel Washington. The celebration will include a reception for approximately 40 alumnae from the sorority’s GW chapter as well as current […]

WEB EXTRA: The many faces of Bela Fleck

It’s not very often that an artist gets to collaborate with one of his or her biggest influences, and it’s even less often when those two collaborators are both legendary forces in music. This coming Saturday, March 3, bluegrass banjo prodigy B?la Fleck will be performing at the Warner Theatre with visionary jazz pianist Chick […]

Correction

In the article “Student alleges assault in Academic Center” (Feb. 26, p. 1) The Hatchet erroneously reported that a UPD crime alert was posted the day after the incident. It was posted the day of the incident. In the same article, UPD Chief Dolores Stafford’s name was misspelled.

WEB EXTRA: Mayor discusses D.C. public school takeover with students

Students lamented the conditions of their D.C. public schools and shared ideas for improvement at a hearing for Mayor Adrian Fenty’s proposed takeover of the D.C. Public School system. The hearing last month, which about 50 students, parents and administrators attended, allowed students to share their experiences in DCPS with the City Council and their […]

One Man Band live

Have you ever heard that one guy . oh . what’s his name? Well, with Mike Silverman, That1Guy is hard to forget. Now, the classical musician turned inventor has turned the world of bass on its ear with his quirky instrument, as he storms into town in support of his new live DVD, “Live in […]

Tom Ridge says U.S. should beef up border security

Former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said the department is still working on “getting it right” to a sold-out crowd in the Jack Morton Auditorium Tuesday night. In a relaxed conversation with Media and Public Affairs professor Frank Sesno, Ridge talked about the Iraq War and state of homeland security. Ridge served as […]

The Thermals to play Black Cat Friday night

Though “An Inconvenient Truth” won both Most Thoroughly Depressing Movie (best documentary) and Least Terrible Song From a Movie (best original song) during this year’s Academy Awards, anti-Bushites still seek a unifying rallying cry. With the Thermals latest offering, “The Body, The Blood, The Machine” (Sub Pop 2006), imaginations are fired and hackles raised. Like […]