@import url(http://files.gwhatchet.com/i/071101/issue.css); Timeline Oct. 23 — Sarah Marshak, a Jewish freshman, reports a swastika drawn on the whiteboard mounted to her Mitchell Hall door. In the next four days, two more are drawn, each progressively larger in size. (The Hatchet, Oct. 25) Oct. 27 — Transfer student Erica Tanne, a Jewish sophomore, finds the symbol […]
November 5, 2007
Volume 104, Issue 23
Stories from the November 5, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Despite a 9-0 loss to Franklin and Marshall on Sunday, the GW men’s squash team was surprisingly upbeat. That’s because the team believes its troubles are over. The Colonials were plagued by a series of coaches, injuries and restrictions that contributed to the team’s drop from 22nd to 30th in the country last year. But […]
Sometimes a few percentage points make all the difference. The GW volleyball team found that out the hard way Sunday, losing a tightly contested 3-2 match to Fordham at Smith Center. “Fordham played well,” head coach Jojit Coronel said after the match. “They played 7 percent better than us that last game, and we have […]
University President Steven Knapp spoke candidly about the recent hate incidents at GW to more than 130 people gathered Friday night for the Hillel Shabbat dinner, only minutes after a ninth swastika was found in New Hall. Knapp took time to answer every question from students and parents concerning the spate of swastika drawings on […]
Women’s Soccer Rhode Island, L , 3-0 Massachusetts, T, 2-2 Men’s Soccer Duquesne, L, 3-1 St. Bonaventure, T, 1-1 Water Polo Washington & Jefferson, W, 15-10 No. 17 Bucknell, W, 6-4 Johns Hopkins, L, 7-6
Media Credit: Ben Solomon/senior photo editor Metropolitan Police Department officers gather outside T.G.I. Friday’s Friday night in response to a fight between two female patrons of the restaurant.
The University Writing Program is now under the direct supervision of the Columbian College’s dean as part of a restructuring that removed Melinda Knight from her position as executive director of the program. Knight has held the position of executive director since the program’s inception. University officials attributed the change to a need to complete […]
Radical Muslims will always have an enduring hatred of Western countries and culture, the editor of “The Al Qaeda Reader” told students at Marvin Center Tuesday night. Ray Ibrahim is the first person to translate several key Al Qaeda written documents to English. He spoke in an event sponsored by Students Defending Democracy, a student […]
It is not every campus that can brag about being four blocks away from the White House. It is not every campus that affords its students a breathtaking view of the Washington Monument – from their residence hall window. And it is not every campus that has to worry about its students being held up […]
It was 1970 – pre-Watergate, pre-Nixon’s second-term, pre-“All the President’s Men” – and Bob Woodward and W. Mark Felt, commonly known as “Deep Throat,” sat on a bench in the White House. They were strangers with few things in common besides GW. Woodward, a lieutenant at the time, was on assignment as a courier to […]