Media Credit: Joshua Wolf/Hatchet photographer Attorney General Michael Mukasey (center) lights the National Hanukkah Menorah on the Ellipse Tuesday night. The lighting coincided with the first night of the eight-day Jewish holiday.
December 6, 2007
Volume 104, Issue 30
Stories from the December 6, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Four Student Association senators walked out of Tuesday night’s meeting within minutes of each other, saying the body’s leader was ignoring them. Sen. Eugene Beckley (CCAS-U) accused Executive Vice President Brand Kroeger of not calling on the legislators during the debate on electoral reforms. Beckley, a sophomore, did not overtly call Kroeger a racist, but […]
GW’s Greek community will get a little bit bigger next spring. The Panhellenic Association voted in favor of inviting another sorority to colonize on GW’s campus. GW will begin accepting applications from interested sororities in early January 2008, and representatives of the GW Panhellenic Extension Committee will choose three sororities as finalists by mid-February. “We […]
Linda Bruno, the Atlantic 10’s commissioner, announced her resignation Wednesday after 13 seasons atop the conference. “After almost a decad and a half with the Atlantic 10, I’ve decided it’s time for new challenges,” Bruno said in a news release. “I look back on the past 13 years with pride. The league has made tremendous […]
In “Students lobby administrators to divest from Sudan” (Dec. 3, p. 3), The Hatchet erroneously reported that the Student Association has passed a resolution in support of divestment. The Student Association introduced the legislation, but tabled the resolution. The op-ed “Time to do away with SA slates” (Dec. 3, pg. 4) stated that in the […]
With formal attire and a forceful approach, representatives of Tonic restaurant dominated their liquor license hearing Wednesday afternoon, insisting that they will never become a nightclub for GW students. The four-hour hearing was the last obstacle in the way of Tonic’s liquor license, which has been contested by several community members. After a year of […]
Thursday Arab Hafla The Arab Students Association will be hosting a traditional Hafla celebration featuring Middle Eastern delights, crepes, a live DJ, belly dancing and hookah. 8:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom and third-floor terrace $5 Admission Sponsored by the Arab Students Association Friday Ice Skating Extravaganza Join the Organization of Latin […]
Members of the Progressive Student Union launched a letter-writing campaign urging the University to adopt a code of conduct that lays out the minimum requirement for pay by contractors in its buildings. The group said Securitas, a private security firm in 2000 Penn, pays a starting wage of $8.75 per hour. GW owns the building. […]
The inauguration of University President Steven Knapp has rekindled the hopes of students who wish to see more transparency in exactly how our tuition money is being spent. With a new resolution coming out of the Student Association concerning the process of divestment, such a goal seems within reach. As perhaps one of the most […]
Liquor law violations increased 78 percent this semester over last year, and more students are requiring medical attention, a University official said. The University Police Department crime log lists 252 liquor law violations since the beginning of the academic year. This is up from 142 such violations in fall 2006. “On the normal course of […]