September 10, 2007

Volume 104, Issue 7

Stories from the September 10, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Corrections

In “SA Note: Vote on student fee increase to take place by month’s end” (Sept. 6, p. A2), The Hatchet mistakenly described Kevin Kozlowski as an Student Association senator from the Elliot School of International Affairs. He is a Atudent Association senator at-large. In “Student Organizations Celebrate Diverse Cultures” (Sept. 6 p. A5), The Hatchet […]

Varsity Roundup, Scoreboard

Varsity Roundup Men’s Water Polo The men’s water polo team won all four of its games during the weekend’s Princeton Invitational, including a 9-8 overtime win over No. 17 Santa Clara Saturday. The Colonials (4-3) also beat Queens College, Fordham and Iona by an average margin of five goals. Men’s Soccer The men’s soccer team […]

Campus Calendar

Monday One Voice – Palestinian and Israeli Youth Activists Two young activists, Yaniv Rivlin and Shadha Musallam, will share their message of peace and progressivism and their work to end hatred, bigotry and extremism. 12 to 2 p.m. Funger 209 Sponsored by the Conflict Resolution Forum Tuesday IAS First General Membership Meeting Come to the […]

Al Khalifa talks women’s rights

President of the United Nations General Assembly, Her Excellency Sheikha Haya Rashed Al Khalifa of Bahrain, said Friday night that women in the Arab world must correct their self-image through education in order to gain greater equality with men. “The education of women in the Arab world is the most powerful weapon for improving their […]

Staff Editorial: J Street dining options don’t measure up

A week into the fall semester a new dining plan requirement is the topic of discussion among GW’s underclassman. Most students are less than pleased with being told where to spend their Colonial Cash. Students have spoken out at townhall meetings, created Web sites and joined Facebook groups about the mandated dining options not meeting […]

GW prepared in case of emergency

The sixth anniversary of Sept. 11 rekindles the question of whether a city school such as GW is prepared for and safe from another attack on American soil. The University said it has taken steps to ensure the safety of its community, and Foggy Bottom is as safe as ever. To ensure this protection, the […]

Diana Kugel: Augment the advising system

When I arrived back to campus before the start of school this year, I couldn’t help thinking how different everything felt from my freshmen move-in, which was only one short year ago. I knew where to get my ResNet equipment (and where to go when it didn’t work), where to pick up packages and I […]

Park police arrests GW student

U.S. Park Police arrested Iraq War veteran and GW graduate student Adam Kokesh Friday in Lafayette Park for hanging signs advertising an upcoming anti-war protest. The U.S. Park Police charged Kokesh with defacement of public property and held him until Saturday afternoon. A court date is set for Oct. 4, though Kokesh hopes to have […]

Frank Broomell: Retain respect for troops

As we have watched the war in Iraq evolve these past several years, a lot of parallels have been drawn to the Vietnam War. Even President George W. Bush recently made a comparison in arguing why it is important that we do not pull out of Iraq. Nevertheless, despite any similarities so far there has […]

Student note-takers available for hire

If you are worried about failing that Friday 8 a.m. multi-variable calculus class you registered for mistakenly, calm down. A sophomore student is offering help – for a price. Cory Cohen is enlisting the efforts of other students to create a note-taking service that would provide class notes to students for about $5 a class. […]