April 30, 2007

Volume 103, Issue 59

Stories from the April 30, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Wild Art: The wrong stuff

New York Mets third baseman David Wright strikes out in the top of the third inning at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in Southeast Washington. The Mets won two of three games in the weekend series. Photo Credit: Ben Solomon/photo editor

Letters to the Editor

Don’t ignore women’s rugby In the April 19 article describing GW’s men’s rugby team (“Rugby squad scrums in D.C.,” p. 10), I was shocked and disappointed to see no mention of the women’s rugby team. The intent of the article appeared to be to educate our school about a lesser-known sport, yet you completely ignored […]


The student body will not vote in a special referendum this semester to raise the student fee, said Morgan Corr, chairman of the Joint Elections Committee. The JEC voted to move the special election to Sept. 26. If passed, the Student Association fee would increase from $1 per credit hour to a flat fee of […]

WEB UPDATE: University, group try to make move-out more green

University administrators and student organizations have teamed up to organize Green Move-Out, a month-long series of events aimed at making the move-out process less wasteful and more efficient. Student groups and initiatives centered on environmental awareness formed quickly in this year because increased national discussion about the hazardous effects of global warming. “The idea is […]

Displaced for a day

Cardboard boxes transformed into an overnight shelter; saltine crackers and one bottle of water were rationed for food. More than 4,000 people said “Displace Me” on the National Mall on Saturday. For 24 hours, their life mimicked the Internally Displaced Camps in Northern Uganda. Displace Me is just one aspect of a youth movement to […]

WEB UPDATE: President of Yemen seeks medical treatment at GW

Posted Tuesday, May 1, 12:39 p.m. The president of Yemen received medical treatment at GW’s Medical Faculty Associates Monday evening, an MFA official confirmed Tuesday. President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who is head of state of the small republic on the Arabian Peninsula, is in D.C. this week for diplomatic talks with the U.S. government, according […]

WEB UPDATE: Frawley fired from UMW

Posted Tuesday, May 1 3:04 p.m. The former dean of GW’s largest undergraduate college was fired from his job as president of the University of Mary Washington yesterday. William Frawley, 53, served as the dean of the Columbian College from 2002 to 2006. He left GW last spring to become president of UMW, a public […]

Under the covers: “Revealing yourself: Eve’s identity crisis”

Nearing the commencement of her fourth year in college, Eve has learned quite a few things about sex. Eve, The Hatchet’s anonymous sex columnist, will share her observations and (sometimes dirty) thoughts about sex at GW with the population that fuels her fire. Editor’s note: names have been changed to protect the naughty. When I […]

WEB UPDATE: Gore to visit Lisner May 29

Posted Friday May 4, 4:33 p.m. Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore will speak about his new book at Lisner Auditorium May 29. The bookstore Politics and Prose will co-host Gore at the 21st Street auditorium. Gore will sign his book, “The Assault on Reason,” after the lecture, according to a news release. On March […]

WEB UPDATE: Square 54 plans approved by National Capital Planning Commission

Posted Friday May 4, 4:33 p.m. The National Capital Planning Commission approved GW’s Square 54 plans at a meeting Thursday afternoon. If the Zoning Commission follows the recommendation at its meeting May 14, the University will be able to begin construction. The NCPC is a government organization that creates policies for District development and reviews […]