October 8, 2007

Volume 104, Issue 15

Stories from the October 8, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Seven GW students admit to hanging controversial posters

The Letter The Poster Click here for a PDF of the exclusive letter to The Hatchet from seven students Tuesday night admitting to hanging hundreds of controversial posters around campus early Monday morning. Breaking NewsTuesday, Oct. 9 9:35 p.m. See our previous articles here (Oct. 9, “After meeting, mixed views on anti-Muslim posters”) and here […]

Student Assocation increases co-sponsorship fund

The Student Association will set aside more than $170,000 for co-sponsorships – the most the SA has ever set aside for the fund – according to a database analysis of 19 years of SA allocations by The Hatchet. Any registered student organization can request additional money to fund an event through the SA’s co-sponsorship fund. […]

Varsity Roundup

Number Crunch: 2 (The number of wins GW’s men’s water polo team has in its last nine games. All seven losses during the streak have been against ranked teams.) Varsity Roundup Men’s Soccer After leading 3-2 at halftime, the GW men’s soccer (5-4-0) team lost 4-3 to Coastal Carolina University Friday in Conway, S.C. Sophomore […]

Dance professor wins citywide award

An assistant professor of dance at GW was given the D.C. Metro Dance Award for outstanding overall large producion last month. The professor, Dana Tai Soon Burgess, also choreographs and directs for his dance company, Dana Tai Soon Burgess and Co. “It doesn’t change what I think about art, but it’s a nice pat on […]

Falling into this fashion season

As New York Fashion Week unfolded, thousands flocked to observe what we’ll be wearing come spring. I prefer, however, to focus on relevancy – to bring the news we need to know now and provide insight on what to wear in the with approaching fall season. While the past several seasons providing ever-inundating frocks and […]

D.C. rescinds approval to sell land

The D.C. City Council voted unanimously to withdraw its approval of a bill to sell public land in the West End area to a private developer. A motion requested by councilmembers Carol Schwartz, Kwame Brown and Jack Evans tabled the legislation indefinitely. A spokesperson for Councilmember Evans said the bill would most likely expire at […]

Under the covers: “Getting the digits right”

We’ve got a secret surprise hiding under our covers this year. The Hatchet will bring you an anonymous columnists, Delilah, to report on sex at GW. Editor’s note: Names have been changed to protect the naughty. As a foxy 20-something, I have a lot of numbers to keep track of. Like the number of credits […]

Former GW student fights drug charges

A former student convicted of drug charges lost an appeal in D.C. Superior Court, stating the evidence used in his case was found in an unconstitutional search by University Police Department officers. Jason Limpuangthip, 24, was convicted in 2005 of possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of psychedelic mushrooms, […]

Foggy Bottom cleaners clean up to avoid lawsuits

Junior Lindsay Brook said she does get her clothes dry cleaned often, but she knows she would never sue the dry cleaners on E Street or Pennsylvania Avenue that she frequents. “I’m not a huge fan of lawsuits in general,” said Brook, a political science major who is considering a future at law school. But […]

Software lawsuit returns to court after mediation

A lawsuit filed against the University for breach of contract will return to the courts after the parties failed to reach an agreement in mediation, the plaintiff’s attorney said last week. In May 2007, Richmar and Associates, a software company, filed a civil lawsuit against GW in federal court, saying the University failed to pay […]