Almost 3,000 miles from home, where ash is in the air and fire continues to burn in the nearby hills, Californians say the hardest part of the past few days has been the distance. To keep in touch and stay informed on the play-by-play back home, students said they use their cell phones to talk […]
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.
A historic New Orleans streetcar parked itself a few blocks from campus as a symbol of the Garden District’s resilience Friday. The 47-foot-long streetcar, named Desire, sat on the corner of 14th and E streets as a reminder from the New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau that the best way to support the city […]
Entering its Sunday match-up with nationally ranked Saint Louis, the GW men’s soccer team knew a win would not come easy. The Colonials managed to keep the Billikens quiet for a half but gave up three unanswered second half goals and lost 3-1. Junior Joachim Walker was the first to score – striking in the […]
Media Credit: Ben Solomon/senior photo editor Women’s basketball coach Joe McKeown does the “Soulja Boy” dance during Friday night’s Colonials Invasion.
The GW women’s soccer game against Saint Joseph’s Sunday was its last home game of the season and, as a result, Senior Day. The departing players did not disappoint, as two of them scored in the Colonials 3-1 win, but the win was not enough to prevent the team’s elimination from the Atlantic 10 tournament. […]
The dorm room party is a great part of life at GW and most colleges nationwide. Everyone knows that they happen, and they can be a lot of fun. While they are usually on the smaller side, they allow friends to get together before going out or have some fun when there are no big […]
Communicating GW’s cost is one of the greatest challenges facing the institution, University President Steven Knapp said last week in an interview with The Hatchet. GW’s high sticker price – which was the first in the country to surpass $50,000 – is deceiving, Knapp said. He added that the mainstream media ignores GW’s fixed tuition […]
Last year, with the imminent retirement of both University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg and chairman of the Board of Trustees Charles Manatt, there was much talk of fresh new leadership and a welcomed change. GW may have gotten what it wanted. The GW community saw the first solid example of this fresh new leadership at […]
More than 40 GW students and D.C. residents gathered at Jack Morton Auditorium Friday to listen to panelists support the social and political movement within the hip-hop community. The United Nations Association – a nonprofit U.N. support group – and The Hip-Hop Association – a nonprofit organization endorsing hip-hop music – hosted “Hip-Hop Ambassadors Bridging […]
Bonn, Germany The year is 1945. More than 7 million German soldiers and civilians are dead. More than 15 million Germans have been expelled from former German territories, and they are now refugees. Germany is without a government and is occupied by the Allied powers. Germany’s cities and towns lie in ruins. Food is scarce. […]