September 6, 2007

Volume 104, Issue 6

Stories from the September 6, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

What’s on our iPod: Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals – Lifeline

For the latest release from Ben Harper, he and his Innocent Criminals traveled to France following a nine-month European tour to cut an album in a Paris recording studio. In just seven days, the group was able to record an entire album straight to tape without any digital effects – something that not too many […]

Women’s soccer: Late penalty kick lifts Colonials

After 86 scoreless minutes of play, forward Meg Pyle stepped to the penalty mark with a chance to give the GW women’s soccer team the lead and, more than likely, the win. Moments later, the junior did just that, calmly sliding the ball into the lower right corner to beat Marshall University goalie Liz Orton. […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday Federal Work Study Job Fair If you’ve received a Federal Work Study (FWS) award as part of your GW financial aid package and you are seeking a FWS job, come meet dozens of FWS employers with positions to fill. 1 to 4 p.m. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom Sponsored by the Career Center Saturday Fall […]

Ross Romano: Football fiasco: No team is fine by me

It’s that time again: the dreariest two weeks of the year around at GW. Not the start of class, but rather the annual onset of an affliction known as Gridiron Blues. Symptoms may include, but are not limited to: that heavy feeling in the pit of your stomach when you flip on the TV and […]

Snapshot: Hand Stand

Media Credit: Ryder Haske/assistant photo editor Senior Michael Gulick practices for the cheer team with junior Stacie Gobin Tuesday afternoon in University Yard at the student organizations fair. Many different student organizations came out to recruit for the new academic year.

Sports Calendar, Varsity Roundup

Varsity Roundup: Volleyball The volleyball team defeated University of Maryland-Baltimore County 3-1 Tuesday afternoon at UMBC’s RAC Arena in Baltimore. The Colonials (3-4) dropped the first game 24-30 before rallying to win the next three games 30-28, 30-17 and 30-27. Senior Janine Brown had 23 kills and 16 digs, her seventh-straight double-double of the season. […]

GW ranks high for politics

Socially conscience politicos looking for palatial digs in a first-class university city should attend GW, according to The Princeton Review’s Best 366 Colleges guidebook. GW recently received top marks as “most politically active school,” third in both the “dorms like palaces” and “great college town” categories and was called a “school with a conscience.” The […]

Men’s basketball: Stress fracture to sideline King

Sophomore point guard Travis King will miss five weeks of practice but no game time after suffering a stress fracture to his kneecap in a pickup basketball game Aug. 15. King was playing in his hometown of New Haven, Conn., when he landed awkwardly after shooting a jump shoot. “My knee kind of gave out,” […]