After rolling seven deep in a Mustang for what seemed like an eternity, I made my way past the enormous bouncer and into the realm of Local 16, a transient-looking bar in the U Street corridor. My first impression of this bar was mixed – a cool atmosphere, but the people seemed a little too […]
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.
A multi-departmental service center located in the space once occupied by the District Market is now open for business, but is not fully functional. Colonial Central – a much-publicized effort to cut away at the red tape in Foggy Bottom – has helped more than 3,000 people in the past month but is not completely […]
If you have $5 Use it to take the Metro to Federal Triangle for a free M.C. Hammer concert Thursday. Hosted by the D.C. Grooves concert series, the show is located at the Ronald Reagan building at 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW and runs from 7-9 p.m. Arguably one of the greatest rapper/dancer/baggy pants wearer of […]
The GW chapter of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity was awarded four national awards, including the “champion master chapter” award for overall excellence, at their national convention this past June. Michael Wax, a sophomore and president of GW’s Theta Zeta chapter, and member education chair Josh Patchus, attended the convention and accepted the Master Chapter […]
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 […]
Students will vote on a student fee increase in a special referendum election before the end of the month, Student Association officials said this week. The increase, proposed last year by then-SA President Lamar Thorpe and passed by the senate last spring, would raise the fee from $1 per credit hour to a flat fee […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.