September 27, 2007

Volume 104, Issue 12

Stories from the September 27, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

IFC to hear PIKE rush violation

The Inter-Fraternity Council’s judiciary board decided to further investigate a complaint that the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity initiated contact with potential new members before the sanctioned rush period. The fraternity allegedly passed out free pizza and palm cards outside of Thurston Hall last week, according to several people with direct knowledge of the board’s proceedings. […]

Greek Brief: Inter-Fraternity Council begins fall recruitment

Men at GW will have the next week and a half to decide if they want to go Greek. The Inter-fraternity Council began its annual fall recruitment Monday and for the remainder of this week and next, individual chapters will host a variety of events until “bids” – formal invitations to join- are given out […]

West End sale now doubtful

D.C. City Council members are reconsidering emergency legislation passed this summer to sell public land near the West End Library after community groups raised concerns about the expedited process. A bill passed this summer would sell Square 37 – located just two blocks from campus near Washington Circle – to a private developer. The public […]

Corrections

In “GW F.E.E.D. under fire” (Sept. 20 p.1), The Hatchet erroneously stated that only the College Republicans and College Democrats received more than $6,000 from the SA during budget allocations. In addition to those groups, Global Languages, the Jewish Student Association, Panhellenic Association, Inter-Fraternity Council, Medical Student Association and Student Bar Association received more than […]

Varsity Roundup, Calendar

Sports Calendar Sept. 28 Women’s Soccer Xavier – 4 p.m. – Mount Vernon Campus Volleyball Temple – 7 p.m. – Smith Center Men’s Tennis ECAC Tournament – All Day – Flushing, N.Y. Women’s Tennis George Mason Invitational – All Day – Fairfax, V.a. Varsity Roundup Women’s soccer For the second straight time, the Colonials found […]

Tonic protests dropped

Three of the four complaints levied against Tonic’s liquor license have been withdrawn, leaving owners with one obstacle in the way of an open bar. The remaining protester is Michael Kimmel, a lawyer who represents more than 60 residents of the Letterman House and other nearby buildings. At an Alcoholic Beverage Control Board hearing last […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday mtvU presents: The Devil Came on Horseback Filmmakers Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern follow U.S. Marine Captain Brian Steidle through the horrors of Darfur in this riveting documentary. A free screening will be followed by a Q & A with Steidle. 8 to 11:45 p.m. Marvin Center; Continental Ballroom Sponsored by Program Board Friday […]

EMeRG, student space to occupy DJ’s Fastbreak building

After years in the basement of Marvin Center, EMeRG, the student-run emergency medical service will likely move its headquarters to the building formerly occupied by DJ’s Fastbreak. DJ’s Fastbreak left its venue on 22nd and G streets last spring after the restaurant’s lease with the University expired. Executive Vice President and Treasurer Lou Katz said […]

Snapshot: Hammer time

Media Credit: Ryder Haske/assistant photo editor Sophomore Dan Sutter prepares to smash a car at a Tau Kappa Epsilon event Tuesday night.

Andrew Park: Jena six prompts debate, action

Imagine the following scene: at a public high school the black students sit by the bleachers while the white students sit under a tree. One of the black students wanting some shade under the tree asks the principal for permission to sit there. After receiving permission, the student returns to school the next day to […]