When Froggy Bottom Pub owner Hien Bui was growing up in South Vietnam, American troops were risking their lives to fight the communists attempting to take over her country’s government. Thirty-two years after the conflict’s conclusion, she is showing her gratitude toward Vietnam veterans at her Pennsylvania Avenue pub. Two-hundred Vietnam veterans, family members and […]
November 12, 2007
Volume 104, Issue 25
Stories from the November 12, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Paying for GW housing does not just mean paying for a room. It also means paying for some students to dine at nice restaurants and go on mini-vacations with friends in their Living and Learning Cohorts. Students feel more connected to niches at GW rather than the University as a whole, according to preliminary findings […]
The first in a two-part series examining GW’s new president As the inauguration and week of celebration of University President Steven Knapp approaches, the coming week promises a whirlwind of activities meant to reflect the values of the GW community and its new leader. Amid the sheep, talent shows and galas, it is vital to […]
Members of GW’s Greek-letter community gathered last week for the largest Greek Week ever, raising money for Hurricane Katrina relief and competing against one another in a series of events along the way. “It was a great Greek Week,” said Scott Marmulstein, Inter-Fraternity Council vice president of programming. “This has been the best turnout for […]
Attention national figures and media: buzz off. This school has been around for 186 years and been doing just fine without you. It will continue to do well long after your attention has turned elsewhere. Everyone seems to know how to run GW, but why do not we let the people paid to do that […]
“By a round of applause, how many of you have an idiot in their chapter?” motivational speaker TJ Sullivan asked Saturday night to a crowd of about 350 GW fraternity and sorority members at Marvin Center Grand Ballroom. The response was loud. Sullivan’s presentation, “Confronting the Idiot in Your Chapter,” sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi […]
The dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences publicly announced his plan to resign early this month, but the dean did not cite a reason for his decision and SEAS faculty are suspicious about his motives. Timothy Tong announced his plans for a June resignation at a meeting of the school’s National Advisory […]
I was sitting in class recently and the lecture lent itself to a rather charged debate about the definition of terrorism, what makes a terrorist and whether or not their actions/beliefs are delusional or psychotic. I enjoy causing heated discussion in class simply because people tend to drop the politically correct crap and say what […]
If your roommate could have a free round-trip ticket to any destination in the world, where would it be? How many times a day does your roommate check his or her e-mail? When is your roommate’s birthday? Sophomores Jonathan Miller and Luke Fisher, roommates in JBKO, were able to answer these and other questions during […]
Ryder Haske/assistant photo editor Students watch as facilities workers reassemble the HippoVideo kiosk in Ivory Tower’s basement food court. The kiosk’s original location was in the entrance of Gelman Library.