Ten years ago, the whining and screeching sounds of a dial-up modem signaled the entrance to the Internet. It does not seem like long ago but neither Google nor the Institute for Politics, Democracy and the Internet existed at this time. On Tuesday, the institute invited Google’s media counsel to campus for a discussion on […]
October 1, 2007
Volume 104, Issue 13
Stories from the October 1, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Neither GW’s medical nor law school is considered a top 20 graduate school in the nation, but both are planning to become more selective. The Law School accepted 4 percent fewer students, while the School of Medicine and Health Sciences had the most medical school applicants in the nation last year. The medical school did […]
During the GW softball team’s pair of victories Sunday afternoon, it was the little things that mattered. A day after losing two of three games at the Maryland Tournament in College Park, the Colonials returned to the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex the next morning to face, and defeat, Catholic and Howard. “We improved as the […]
James Dobbins, director of the International Security and Defense Policy Center at RAND, a D.C. thinktank, criticized the Bush administration’s invasion of Iraq at a roundtable event held at the Hotel Lombardy last week. “No country is more experienced in nation-building,” Dobbins said. “How can we do it so often and do it so badly?” […]
Media Credit: Anne Wernikoff/Hatchet photographer Protesters flooded the National Mall Sunday in protest of the Iraq War and the Bush administration’s policies. Protests have flooded the streets and green areas of D.C. this year as debate on the war in Iraq heats up.
Number Crunch is 6 (The number of consecutive GW men’s soccer games that have been decided by one goal. The team is 3-3 in that stretch.) Scoreboard Women’s Soccer Temple, W, 3-2 Dayton, L, 5-1 Cross Country Men: 9th Women: 3rd Water Polo Navy, L, 11-5 Brown, L, 9-7 Harvard, W, 17-11 Varsity Roundup Cross […]
Nineteen-year-old sophomore David Apelbaum lives in Mitchell Hall, participates in the student organization STAND and is taking classes in history and international affairs. When the school year ends in the spring Apelbaum will go home like most students, only for Apelbaum, home is in Paris. While studying abroad is a popular path for many GW […]
“Truthiness” is coming to GW. Comedian Stephen Colbert, host of “The Colbert Report” on Comedy Central, will discuss his new book “I Am America (And So Can You!)” at Lisner Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. in an event sponsored by the Smithsonian Resident Associate Program. After the talk, the comic news pundit […]
Fabolous, the New York rapper, will perform at Colonial Invasion Oct. 26, the Student Association’s executive vice president confirmed Sunday evening. As of Sunday evening, GW had not yet received a signed contract from the rapper. Colonial Invasion, to be held at Smith Center, is GW’s version of midnight madness – a nation-wide tradition that […]
Picture this: A 20-something comedian, who happens to be a GW alumnus, pursues a comedy career in Chicago. Producers for a new ABC sitcom fly out to convince him to sign on for their show. Not long thereafter, he moves to Los Angeles, briefly crashes at the home of a Victoria Secret model and a […]