March 26, 2007

Volume 103, Issue 49

Stories from the March 26, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

PANGEA on track for liquor license

The Foggy Bottom/West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission unanimously supported granting a liquor license to PANGEA artisan market and caf? Wednesday night at their monthly meeting. The ANC advises D.C. government officials and agencies on community concerns. The elected commissioners’ support allows the shop to operate with a stipulated license as soon as this week as […]


The Hatchet misidentified the title of Carl Foy, a Sodexho unit manager in charge of WOW Caf? and Wingery, in “Venues reduce hours” (March 22, p. 1). In the same article, he was also mistakenly referred to as “she.” In “Capp to push ambitious campaign agenda” (March 22, p. 3), The Hatchet erroneously reported when […]

News Analysis: Small budget, costly ideas?

The leader of next year’s Student Association Senate said he wants to continue a trend of the Senate spending a limited amount of money, but still has plans to pursue potentially costly campaign promises. Executive Vice President-elect Brand Kroeger said he will limit next year’s Senate budget to the $1,000 currently allocated to the body. […]

Al Gore visits Law School during spring break, event closed to media

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore spoke March 21 at the Law School’s “The Future of Environmental Protection” conference – an event that was not open to the public or media. Gore’s speech was part of the 17th Annual National Association of Environmental Law Societies Conference. Other recent Law School guests including Attorney General Alberto […]

Finance club holds forum on private equity investment

The Finance and Investment Club sponsored a panel discussion featuring high-profile investment officers from local firms to educate students about the benefits and detriments of private equity investment. About 75 people attended the event, “Private Equity: New Kings of Capitalism or Barbarians at the Gate,” Friday evening in Duqu?s Hall. The event is part of […]

Stine Bauer Dahlberg: Gelman’ s textbook makeover

I have a love/hate relationship with one of my first acquaintances since arriving at GW from Britain. I see this acquaintance a couple of times a week, but as with all of my former boyfriends, there are faults that occasionally make me never want us to meet again. No, I am not talking about some […]

Student group hosts nationally famous, infamous Bhangra Blowout

Nearly 4,000 people attended the South Asian Society’s 14th annual Bhangra Blowout student dance competition at DAR Constitution Hall Saturday night. Ten different Bhangra dance teams from colleges and universities as far as California competed for the $4,000 cash prize for best dance group. The competition’s dancing style, Bhangra, is a type of folk music […]

Staff Editorial: More education about increased crime

Following a string of highly publicized violent actions on or around campus, a student was allegedly assaulted in an alley near the State Plaza Hotel at 21st and E streets the Friday before spring break. University Police did notify students and staff about the incident through a blast e-mail. The alleged attack, however, raises serious […]

Student Court reinstates senator accused of over-spending

After the Student Association election earlier this month, all of the undergraduate senate seats belonged to students who ran on one slate: the Student Union. Junior Matt Cohen was the lone non-slate member who was elected, but less than a week after the election, the oversight body revoked Cohen’s victory for spending too much money […]

Sam Salkin: Sticking to the plan

After reading The Hatchet Thursday, I learned that my eating options at GW were once again being limited because of those pesky rules of supply and demand. Christian Fundamentalism already closed Chick-fil-A for us on Sundays, and now I have Sodexho to thank for the recently announced Saturday closures. This is the sort of uncertainty […]