The Graduate School of Education and Human Development received a $3 million in grant money from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of English Language Acquisition to teach bilingual special education to Maryland public school teachers. Now the school is putting that money to good use. “The majority of universities have not been training their […]
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.
Assault 10/14/07 – The Dakota – 3:08 a.m. – case closed A male student reported he was asleep when his roommate entered the room and began punching him. University Police Department officers arrived on the scene, and the complainant said he wanted to press assault charges against his intoxicated roommate. The Metropolitan Police Department arrived […]
The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity held its second annual War of the Roses fundraiser this week and plans to donate all proceeds gathered to the fraternity’s national philanthropy. Last year the fraternity held a single War of the Roses event, but because of the event’s popularity, fraternity leaders chose to expand the one event into […]
This year 100 more women received bids to join Pan-Hellenic sororities than last year and members of the Greek-letter community said they believe the increase is due to the time of year the organization chose to hold recruitment. “Because rush was so late this year, a larger number of girls came out. We took a […]
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Thursday Bioviolence: Preventing Biological Terror and Crime Professor Barry Kellman will discuss his book “Bioviolence: Preventing Biological Terror and Crime.” 4:30 to 6 p.m. Marvin Center, Room 308 Sponsored by the Homeland Security Policy Institute “Blood Diamond” Screening Books for Africa and War Child GWU will screen the 2006 blockbuster “Blood Diamond” starring Leonardo DiCaprio […]
More than 40 students discussed why immigration is viewed as a problem in the United States and how this “problem” can be solved during Monday’s R.E.A.L Conversation discussion. In “Justice or Just Us? The Immigration Question,” students addressed and attacked the plethora of methods suggested by legislators for reducing immigration. Participants also offered their own […]
Patti Solis Doyle, campaign manager for Sen. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign told about 150 students that she is honored to work with the New York Democrat as the first Latina to run a presidential campaign during a speech in the Elliott School Tuesday. “I come from a family where my father completed third grade and […]
Ian Koski did not expect to be running his own political design company less than one year after graduating from the Graduate School of Political Management in 2004. Today, Koski’s company, On Deck Communication Studio, is a success. His company boasts nearly 30 clients and works with them to create a “visual branding” strategy based […]
Very few bands consistently create the type of music that makes you want to get up and dance. Even fewer bands have that same kind of “dancey” rock sound while singing about subjects other than going out on a Friday night. Yet, with their latest album, “Happiness LTD” (Reprise) this is exactly what Hot Hot […]