March 22, 2007

Volume 103, Issue 48

Stories from the March 22, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Gabriel Okolski: Beggars can’t be choosers

Earlier this semester, while strolling through the Ivory Tower lobby past midnight, I encountered a group of GW cheerleaders selling baked goods as a fundraiser. This was a much more welcome sight than the usual comatose University Police officer manning our lobby, and I purchased a late night snack from the team members. Aside from […]

Artist Spotlight: Via Audio

The band Via Audio claims to have met at Pineapple Island University off the coast of Japan. They also claim to have played a joint birthday party for two of the band members on a pirate ship that sank. It’s fantasies like these that have come to be the band’s forte. Last Friday Via Audio […]

Diana Kugel: Eat your heart out, GW

After a whole week of endless buffets in Cancun, little bakeries in Europe or mom’s home cooking, it is of no surprise that returning to a daily diet of Quiznos and Chick-fil-A is slightly less than appealing. However, those of you who spent spring break visiting friends at other colleges are probably embracing GW’s dining […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday Roosevelt Institution BBQ Come learn how you can help developing student ideas about public policy. 12 to 3 p.m. Kogan Plaza Sponsored by GW Roosevelt Institution Friday Standup Comedy Show Check out a show by Chicago’s Snake Punch Union that’s sure to please. 8 to 9:30 p.m. Marvin Center Continental Ballroom Cost $5 Sponsored […]

The Bar Belle: The Reef

The Reef 2446 18th St. N.W. Before a barrage of rain, sleet and snow pushed us back into a wintry mix last week, it was warm enough for Colonials in D.C. for Spring Break to imagine, briefly, that they were really getting bombed in the Bahamas or crunked in Cancun. It was warm enough for […]

Senate unable to vote on fee increase resolution

The Student Association Senate meeting ended unusually early Tuesday night in the Marvin Center with no debate or vote on two Senate bills. The early adjournment occurred because not enough students attended the meeting for any votes to be counted. Sophomore Sen. George Blair’s (ESIA-U) student fee increase bill was sent to the Finance Committee […]

Lambda Chi Alpha hosts annual Watermelon Fest

This week the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity is hosting Watermelon Fest, the fraternity’s annual philanthropy event, and is aiming to donate 1,000 pounds of canned goods and at least $300 to the Capital Area Food Bank. According to the chapter’s Web site, Watermelon Fest features Olympic-style competitions between sororities at GW and other D.C. area […]