If you have $5 Head over to the Adamson Gallery (1515 14th St. NW) to see the Chuck Close art exhibit. Known for his massive portraits on prints, daguerreotypes, holograms, tapestries and photographs, Close captures every details of human emotion in his works. In addition to his self-portraits, some celebrity portraits at the gallery include […]
October 18, 2007
Volume 104, Issue 18
Stories from the October 18, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Office of Alumni Relations relocated to the space once occupied by RH Bistro, allowing renovations to Alumni House to move forward Matt Lindsay, a spokesperson for Alumni Relations, said the move was planned to avoid interfering with Colonials Weekend. “Everything’s worked out really well thus far,” he said. “We’re pretty pleased with everything so […]
Music breaks boundaries, and sometimes, perpetuates them. Case and point: Cat Power (or Chan Marshall) played 9:30 Club Tuesday with the same smooth, faultless vocal rasp that first earned her the attention of indie power label Matador Records more than 10 years ago. But a listener’s willingness to get past Marshall’s performance wall proved an […]
A free bus service that took students to area airports during holiday breaks will now cost $5. The SA plans to charge for Colonial Coach, a transportation service to Dulles International and Baltimore/Washington International airports for Thanksgiving, winter and spring breaks in order to defray the costs of the two-year-old program, SA President Nicole Capp […]
Certain things are granted to you as a senior that, (sorry under classman,) you just don’t have access to before putting in those three long years. Turning 21 gives you the right to march into McFaddens, avoid permanent X’s on your hands from 9:30 club, attend happy hours (regularly) and the ability to rent a […]
In “OAS auction raises money for Africa” (Oct. 15, p. B4), The Hatchet erroneously described Aaron Edmonds as a female. He is a male.
JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. — Step inside any of the large circus-like tents scattered across this Southern town and you might find yourself magically transported into the dynamic worlds of fairy tales and scary mountain lore, legends of medieval knights and backporch Southern humor. Mixed in with the jargon of Southern tongue and hillbilly laughter is a […]
Sororities not limited to Pan-Hel In “Reinventing sorority recruitment” (Oct. 15, p. A4), Ms. Dallas-Feeney expressed her discontentment with the Pan-Hellenic Association’s current recruitment process. What is not mentioned is that there are several sororities at GW that exist outside of the Pan-Hellenic Association. Each of these sororities, members of the Multicultural Greek Council, has […]
In most cases in life, the harder one works and the more successful one becomes, the more handsomely he or she is rewarded. Therefore one would probably expect that GW’s many club sports teams – among the most active student organizations both in membership and fundraising – would be appreciated by the University for their […]
Time slowed down for a moment Monday evening when radio host Garrison Keillor took the stage at Lisner Auditorium. About a thousand people – mostly older District residents – came to campus for an intimate hour with the host of NPR’s “A Prairie Home Companion.” Keillor was promoting his new book, “Pontoon,” which was published […]