November 15, 2007

Volume 104, Issue 26

Stories from the November 15, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Bar Belle: Eat, Drink, and Be Maryland

COLLEGE PARK, Md. We all love the urban life, otherwise GW and D.C. wouldn’t have appealed to us as a fantasy college league pick. Aside from the thrilling bright lights and bustling streets, the District can get pretty overwhelming and at times a taste of the suburbs can be a good dose of Novocain for […]

What’s on our iPod: Neil Young

The opening melody of the song “Beautiful Bluebird” off of Neil Young’s newest album “Chrome Dreams II” (Reprise) begins with the familiar sound of his harmonica. The album, released Oct. 23, is the latest from the classic rock artist. “Dreams” brings out the country side of Young, while longer songs “Ordinary People” and “No Hidden […]

Men’s Basketball: Despite struggles, Moore fights

When junior Cheyenne Moore stepped off the court Wednesday night as his team’s victory over Boston University became certain, he made sure to emphatically slap hands with every single teammate and coach standing next to the bench. His energy level paralleled his attitude on the court. Even during a two-game slump which has the forward […]

SA Note: Senators propose graduate affairs Senate committee

Graduate students may get special representation in the Student Association if new legislation spearheaded by two graduate senators is passed in the upcoming weeks. Sens. Katie Santo (CCAS-G) and Chris Bruno (Law) are working to create the Graduate Affairs Committee Act and plan to vote on the bill at the Nov. 27 senate meeting. If […]

Men’s basketball bring it, together

Maybe this season won’t be the “Maureece Rice Show” after all. With Rice struggling Wednesday night, junior forward Rob Diggs powered the Colonials for the second straight game, as the Colonials broke down Boston University en route to a 69-56 win at Smith Center. Although he is still longer than he is wide, Diggs outmuscled […]

$5 – $10 – $20: An entertainment guide for the cash-strapped college student

If you have $5 The GW Jazz department is hosting its twice-annual Jazz Festival at H.R. 57 Club (1610 14th St. N.W.) on, Nov. 18th at 7:00pm. The concert will feature several GW Jazz ensembles, including the small jazz group “Uber Combo,” the GW Latin Jazz ensemble “Los Gringos,” as well as the student group […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday Inaugural Student Revue Join six acclaimed student performance groups in a celebration of student talent during University President Steven Knapp’s Inauguration Week. Performers include Balance: the GW Ballet group, Capital Funk, Forbidden Planet Productions, Generic Theatre Company, Raas and The Troubadours. 8 to 9:30 p.m. Lisner Auditorium Sponsored by GW Inaugural Office and Program […]


In “Debat cleared of suspicion by ABC” (Nov. 13, p. 3), The Hatchet erroneously attributed the article’s pull quotation. Michael Doyle said the pull quotation, not Jeffrey Schneider. In “After Hours Quizzing Sessions” (Nov. 12. p. 9) The Hatchet identified Nishanth Sidduri as a female. Sidduri is a male.

Women’s Basketball: Adair and Parrish conquer UK

Last year junior Jessica Adair was a star of the GW women’s basketball team’s offense. A week into the season, as the Colonials find themselves in the top 15 of women’s college basketball, Adair has been in the background – until Wednesday night. Adair, the 6-foot-4 center from Anacostia, took her frustration out against the […]

Snapshot: Bowtie Ballin’

Ben Solomon/senior photo editor Former University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg greets a fellow GW fan at the men’s basketball team’s home game Wednesday. The men’s team beat Boston University 69-56.