Media Credit: Ben Solomon/senior photo editor (Left to right) Junior Vanessa White, sophomore Shannon Cummings, sophomore Akilah Bledsoe and senior Katrina Minor dance in University Yard Sunday afternoon as a part of the Multi Cultural Greek Coucil Week Kickoff.
September 17, 2007
Volume 104, Issue 9
Stories from the September 17, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Participants in Saturday’s anti-Iraq War march hold signs in protest. The march started at Lafayette Square Park and ended on Capitol Hill. Ryder Haskeassistant photo editor A protest aimed at curbing war in the Middle East was fervent Saturday but only about 189 people were arrested on Capitol Hill, according to media reports. Organizers estimate […]
Monday Former CIA Deputy Executive Director Martin Petersen Longtime CIA official Martin Petersen will discuss the art of intelligence and how one can make a career in the intelligence community. 7 to 8 p.m. 1957 E St. Room 113 Sponsored by Kappa Sigma fraternity and the International Affairs Society Tuesday CR-CD Debate GW College Republicans […]
As the wind whipped the current along the Potomac River, about 20 GW students grabbed paddles and headed for the docks Saturday. The less experienced jumped into ocean kayaks, while those ready to paddle through the water like gymnasts on balance beams tucked themselves into less stable kayaks that were level to the water. Leading […]
In “GW Anthro Students Monkey Around” (Sept. 10, p.B3), The Hatchet mispelled the title of a research fund. Lewis N. Cotlow Field Research Fund is the correct spelling. In “Taking Strides for the Troops” (Sept. 10, p.B1), The Hatchet erroneously stated the titles of GW College Republican members Peter Glessing and Chris Brooks. Glessing is […]
It didn’t take long for senior Gina Sebok to decide she was ready to get married. In fact, it only took her three dates. Now finishing up her last year at GW, Sebok does it as a married woman, following the customs of an observant Orthodox Jewish wife. Sebok met her husband, Raphael Kohn, at […]
Friends and roommates, juniors Andrew Breza and Ken Stauff share an interest in Second Amendment rights and range shooting. After a failed attempt two years ago to start the GW Gunslingers, the pair began organizing the Colonial Militia, a group concerned with gun rights advocacy and shooting for pleasure. “We chose (the name) Colonial Militia […]
While balancing a heavy course load, juggling an internship and staying in touch with friends, GW students are often missing a good haircut. But taking time to tame your hair doesn’t have to be a waste of time. At old-fashioned barbershops such as the Watergate Barbershop and Puglisi’s, both located close to campus, students have […]
Students may dial a D.C. phone number for help with their Colonial Cash, but chances are a Student Accounts Office representative 30 miles away at GW’s Virginia Campus is answering their calls. GW administrative offices including SAO, Information Systems and Services, Payroll Services and Student Financial Assistance are gradually moving their headquarters from the Foggy […]
Tall, tan and casual, Peter Loge, a professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs, is not a typical GW professor. Nor does he have a typical day job. When he’s not lecturing in classrooms or grading papers, he’s lobbying for America’s Funniest Home Videos. Loge, a veteran of Capitol Hill since 1995, has […]