October 11, 2007

Volume 104, Issue 16

Stories from the October 11, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Snapshot: Safety first

Anthony Cartelli/Hatchet photographer A University Police Department officer speaks to an interested patron at an informational table set up as part of UPD’s Safety Expo and Fire Prevention Week.

Umphrey’s McGee brings Murat to D.C.

Web Extra Following the critical and commercial success of Umphrey’s McGee’s three recent studio albums – “Anchor Drops” in 2004, “Safety in Numbers” and “The Bottom Half” in 2006 – “Live at the Murat,” released on Oct. 16, mixes things up with a great representation of the diverse influences found in a typical live show. […]

Billy’s Competition: Past performers

Jerry Seinfeld’s performance at Colonials Weekend 2006 was a showcase of the comedian’s unique sarcastic humor. “This is the greatest day my life,” he told the audience. “I’m in a gym.” “I’ll tell you what I do- nothing,” he said of the constant questions about his next projects. Seinfeld generally strayed away from political humor, […]

SA Note: SA holds forum to highlight racial and religious intolerance

About 50 students attended a panel discussion Wednesday night about religious and racial tolerance at Marvin Center. The Student Association held the event, titled “Tolerance on our Campus and in our Society,” to address issues of both racial and religious intolerance on campus. The seven-member panel consisted of five students, Director of the Multicultural Student […]

Colonials and Hoyas clash in GW win

For once, GW’s men’s soccer team could relax during the final few minutes of a game. But up 2-0 against a relatively impotent Georgetown team a way up M Street, tempers still flared throughout, climaxing in a post-game shoving and shouting match between the two in-city rivals. “There was a lot of hype leading up […]

Seven students take responsibility in controversial poster campaign

The Poster Controversy Seven students take responsibility in controversial poster campaign Conservatives call for retribution A portrait of the poster’s creators Flier scandal draws media attention from across the globe Student Association holds forum to highlight racial and religious intolerance Opinions Staff Editorial: Fliers fuel unnecessary controversy instead of healthy debate David Ceasar: Finding responsible […]

ABC to hear Tonic’s request for liquor license in November

The Alcoholic Beverage Control board decided Wednesday morning it will hear Tonic Restaurant’s case for a liquor license in late November. Michael Kimmel, a resident of Letterman House and the representative for 33 Foggy Bottom petitioners who still oppose the license, was not able to reach a compromise with the restaurant late last week. In […]

Sports Calendar

Oct. 12 Volleyball – Dayton – 6 p.m. – Dayton, Ohio Women’s Soccer – Charlotte – 7 p.m. – Charlotte, N.C. Women’s Tennis – ODU Invitational – All Day – Norfolk, Va. Men’s Tennis – ODU Invitational – All Day – Newport News, Va. Oct. 13 Cross Country – Carnegie Mellon Invitational – 10 a.m. […]

Conservatives call for retribution

The Poster Controversy Seven students take responsibility in controversial poster campaign Conservatives call for retribution A portrait of the poster’s creators Flier scandal draws media attention from across the globe Student Association holds forum to highlight racial and religious intolerance Opinions Staff Editorial: Fliers fuel unnecessary controversy instead of healthy debate David Ceasar: Finding responsible […]

Correction

In “AIDS walk raises $6 million” (Oct. 8, p.5), The Hatchet erroneously reported the total amount raised by the AIDS Walk Washington. The walk raised nearly $1 million, not $6 million as the article’s headline indicates.