For a class earlier this year, sophomore Norma Chamma observed emergency department doctors packing boils and suturing wounds. She is not a medical school student and did not paticipate in treating the patient. Chamma is a student in GW’s emergency medical scribe course, which prepares undergraduate students to be assistants in a hospital emergency department […]
October 29, 2007
Volume 104, Issue 21
Stories from the October 29, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Web Extra The recording industry has subpoenaed GW to reveal the identities of 19 students who allegedly violated copyright laws. The Recording Industry Associates of America has identified a group of anonymous IP addresses connected to illegal downloading. In the spring, the RIAA sent the University letters asking the students to settle on this matter […]
Scoreboard Women’s soccer Temple, L, 1-0 Saint Joseph’s, W, 2-1 Men’s soccer Charlotte, L, 3-0 Saint Louis, L, 3-1 Women’s Volleyball La Salle, W, 3-2 Temple, L, 3-0 Cross country: A-10 Championships Men: 7th of 14Women: 9th of 14 Varsity Roundup Men’s swimming and diving The men’s swimming and diving team competed in session one […]
Media Credit: Anne Wernikoff/Hatchet photographer Senior Kelly Leon (left) paints the face of 8 year-old Tiara Diggs (right) at Kidsfest Fest Saturday afternoon.
Web Update Tuesday, Oct. 30, 7:53 p.m. Related articles: New swastika found in New Hall (Hatchet Web Update, Nov. 2, 9:42 p.m.) Racial slur found on New Hall door (Hatchet Web Update, Nov. 2, 9:51 p.m.) FBI called in to assist with swastika investigation (Hatchet Web Update, Nov. 2, 5:10 a.m.) News Analysis: What is […]
Fashion, it turns out, is a fighter. As GW senior Catherine Pitcher walked down a lighted runway in a champagne-colored dress on Friday night, she was fighting poverty at the same time. Pitcher was one of several GW students working both behind the scenes and modeling at the Fashion Fights Poverty show, an event designed […]
Veteran of the Iraq War and graduate student Adam Kokesh spoke about racism plaguing the war and the American military at a speech at Marvin Center Friday. Kokesh was one of the students who claimed responsibility three weeks ago for hanging posters designed to mock Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week, a conservative event. The posters, which many […]
Related articles: New swastika found in New Hall (Hatchet Web Update, Nov. 2, 9:42 p.m.) Racial slur found on New Hall door (Hatchet Web Update, Nov. 2, 9:51 p.m.) FBI called in to assist with swastika investigation (Hatchet Web Update, Nov. 2, 5:10 a.m.) News Analysis: What is a hate crime? (The Hatchet, Nov. 1) […]
If “Sex and the City” character Carrie Bradshaw were real, she would probably have to spend more time in a health clinic for herpes treatment than shopping in Bergdorf’s for Manolo Blahniks – or at least that’s what psychiatrist Miriam Grossman said. Grossman, author of the book “Unprotected,” used the pop culture reference at a […]
Things have gotten so rough at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, students are essentially working in stairwells, University President Steven Knapp told the Board of Trustees last week. Old facilities, a weak reputation and declining enrollment has caused the school to announce plans to increase the size of its freshman class by about […]