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.

Bar Belle: Biddy Mulligan’s

1500 New Hampshire Ave. N.W. When it comes to bars, we all have an itty bitty amount of Irish in us no matter what our family lineage. It just so happens, I have a lot of Irish in me and I proudly showcased it this past Friday night at Biddy Mulligan’s. Located in Dupont Circle, […]

What’s on our iPod: Saul Williams

Following a marketing model similar to Radiohead’s latest release “In Rainbows,” poet, actor and musician Saul Williams recently released “The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of NiggyTardust!” for free on the Internet, with the option given for fans to pay. Williams teamed up with Nine Inch Nails guru Trent Reznor to produce his third album, which […]

Wild Art: Musical Magic

Alex Ellis/assistant photo editor GW graduate student Kathleen Kelley plays Suite No. 1 for Two Pianos, Op.15 by Anton Arensky at Chamber Music Masterpieces Wednesday night.

Walls students long for GW

As they wait for renovations on their dilapidated classrooms to begin, School Without Walls students said they prefer their old school in Foggy Bottom to their modernized temporary location and are anxious to return. “We don’t have to worry about bricks falling from the roof here at Logan, but I still wish I was spending […]

SA Note: Senate approves three on election committee

The Student Association Senate confirmed all three of SA President Nicole Capp’s nominees for the five-person Joint Elections Committee Tuesday night in Rome Hall. Sophomores Daniel Boehmer and Will Rone were approved as the SA representatives for the spring election oversight body, and the SA accepted junior Ben Balter as the joint representative for the […]

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

If you have $5 Join the Arab Student Association for their annual Arab Hafla Dec. 6 at 8:30 p.m. in the Marvin Center Grand Ballroom and Third Floor Terrace. Experience Middle Eastern food with crepes from Crepeaway, music, a bellydancer, DJ Hamza Ghaznavi, henna and hookah. Admission is $5, and the group is also taking […]

Getting naughty for the holidays

This week, GW students will attend their last classes and panic about the massive amounts of work to complete for finals. Most people will decline invitations to go out in order to stay home and (attempt to) study. That choice may be a bigger mistake than sleeping through the final review for biochemistry. After sold-out […]

GW law professors endorse Thompson

Three GW law professors have endorsed Republican candidate Fred Thompson’s campaign for the presidency, joining the Lawyers for Fred coalition. Professors John Fitzgerald Duffy, Orin Kerr and Michael Abramowicz are members of the Law Professors Committee within the coalition. “Sen. Thompson is proud of his experience working as a federal prosecutor,” said Darrel Ng, a […]

Junior League to headline Black Cat

Alex Platt, a research assistant for the Center for Communitarian Policy Studies at Gelman Library plays upright bass in the D.C.-based indie alt-country band Junior League, set to headline the Black Cat in an upcoming show Dec. 14. According to the theory of communitarianism, if you build a society based only on individual rights, the […]

SA eliminates slates

Tempers flared during the Student Association meeting Tuesday night about an amendment that abolished slates from the spring election. The amendment, which passed the Senate during the meeting at Rome Hall, allows presidential and vice presidential candidates to campaign together but forbids slates of more than two candidates. Over the past three years, candidates who […]