While living just off-campus during the summer months in D.C. on the corner of H and New Hampshire, I took advantage of something I’d never had before: a front yard, complete with furniture for sitting or “chillin” as the kids say. On most days upon returning home from work, my roommates and I would pop […]
October 4, 2007
Volume 104, Issue 14
Stories from the October 4, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Media Credit: Ryder Haske/assistant photo editor From left to right, Nathan Gilbert, Bryan Xu and Cindy Shen, feed pigeons on Monday near Capitol Hill. The warm temperatures are expected to continue throughout the next week.
For the third time in two games, the GW men’s soccer team scored less than five minutes into the game. But it was the other 85 minutes in the Colonials’ 2-1 victory over Longwood University Wednesday afternoon at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex that may be the most memorable from the game. The Colonials (5-3) […]
Org. funding still an issue In a recent letter to the editor (Oct. 1, p. 4), Jon Gottschalk makes some observations on funding for the College Democrats that require further review. Jon suggests that the College Democrats should “try first asking for support from their members then from an increase in funding from the student […]
Varsity Roundup Water Polo The Colonials dropped a 13-6 decision to No. 17 Johns Hopkins Tuesday afternoon in Baltimore. Sophomore Jean-Claude Wright had a hat trick, while sophomore Marshall Friedman also tallied. GW (6-7, 0-3 CWPA) will travel to California this weekend to play in the annual University of the Pacific Invitational. Golf The golf […]
Imagine this newspaper’s headline six months from now: Hanson to headline Spring Fling. While this might seem unlikely now, something like it may be closer to reality than you think. Thanks to the unnecessary expenditure of signing rapper Fabolous to perform at this year’s return of Colonials Invasion, along with other useless expenses associated with […]
University President Steven Knapp announced the creation of a sustainability task force Tuesday that will look at GW’s impact on the environment. The task force will consider implementing academic programs and University policies that address environmental issues. But Knapp said the University may have to look for outside sources for funding of some of the […]
The University and XM Satellite Radio are teaming up to produce a nationally broadcasted program about the 2008 presidential election that will feature GW professors and students. The first edition of “Politics: From the Nation’s Capital” aired on Sept. 24 and will continue to air weekly for the next 18 months on XM Satellite Radio’s […]
GW STAND joined with hundreds of students from chapters across the globe last weekend for the National STAND Conference called “Make This the Year to End Genocide.” “The Senate is too focused on Iraq (and the senators are) forgetting about Darfur,” said Sean Redding, communications coordinator for GW STAND. About 400 students from 40 states […]
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences is looking to revise its General Course Requirements for the first time in eight years. The school’s deans council has plans to set up subcommittees to review the college’s current GCRs and make recommendations for revision. The GCRs in the college were last reviewed about eight years ago, […]