Richard P. Tollo, a geology professor, was named the District’s best professor last month for his success in teaching undergraduate students. “It is really gratifying,” Tollo said. “I really have no idea why I was recognized.” The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education have been […]
December 10, 2007
Volume 104, Issue 31
Stories from the December 10, 2007 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Alex Florescu/Hatchet photographer Junior Ashley Heacock belly dances at an Arab Student Association Hafia celebration Thursday night in the Marvin Center.
Web Update Thursday, Jan. 10, 5:15 p.m. A city agency approved Tonic’s liquor license Wednesday, ending a yearlong legal and community debate over serving alcohol in a residential area. The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, which oversees liquor licenses in the District, approved the restaurant’s license at their first meeting of 2008. The license was issued […]
In “Law school gets $5.1 million to fund new center” (Dec. 3, p. 5), The Hatchet erroneously reported the recipient of the majority of the settlement the article described. The plaintiffs received this money, not the defendants.
VILLANOVA, Pa., Dec. 8 – The GW women’s basketball team welcomed forward Whitney Allen back to its lineup Saturday afternoon, after she had missed five straight games with a broken left ring finger. Allen’s five points, nine rebounds and three steals helped the Colonials topple Villanova University 67-52. “She brings such a toughness defensively and […]
Web Update Friday, January 11, 1:08 a.m. For the second time in two weeks, a basketball team scored less than 30 points at Smith Center. Last week it was the women’s team over Brown University. This time, it was the GW men’s basketball team that dismantled Atlantic 10 rival Saint Louis 49-20 in front of […]
Monday Computer Game Design and Development Richard “Lord British” Garriott, a world-renowned video game designer, will be discussing game design and development. 7 p.m. Marvin Center 3rd Floor Sponsored by GWU ACM Dream for Darfur Help bring the Olympic Dream to Darfur on International Human Rights Day! Confirmed guests include: Olympic medalist Joey Cheek, actress […]
It has been a season of firsts for the GW women’s squash team. The Colonials played in seven matches in three days at the Wesleyan Round Robin Dec. 1-2 and defeated No. 22 Connecticut College for the first time in GW women’s squash history. What makes this year’s squad different than previous ones is each […]
Web update Friday, Jan. 11, 7:18 p.m. The city approved a liquor license for WOW Café and Wingery this week, nearly a year after the restaurant first opened. WOW, located on the top floor of Marvin Center in the Hippodrome, specializes in wings and grilled food. The restaurant applied for a liquor license last summer, […]
The co-president of the Black Student Union expressed his dissatisfaction with Student Association election rules on the heels of a walkout by four black SA senators last week. BSU Co-President Charles Basden sent an e-mail to student leaders early Thursday morning urging them to stand up against the Joint Elections Commission charter and keep the […]