The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery will soon receive a gift of about 150 original Andy Warhol photographs to add to its collection. The gift comes from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts as part of the foundation’s 20th anniversary celebration. The works that will be given to GW, which include about 150 […]
January 14, 2008
Volume 104, Issue 32
Stories from the January 14, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Freshman Kristen Van Nest was on a deadline for her research paper and she needed help. Trekking to Gelman Library to wait for an available librarian was too time-consuming, and she did not have AOL Instant Messenger to take advantage of the library’s Ask a Librarian service. So she did what any responsible student would […]
Media Credit: Ben Solomon/senior photo editor Sophomore Alyssa Steinmetz and members of the GW dance team, the First Ladies, perform a hip-hop routine after the women’s basketball game at the Smith Center Sunday night. The team will compete in the 2008 National College Dance Team Championships.
We’ve got a secret surprise hiding under our covers this year. The Hatchet will bring you an anonymous columnist, Delilah, to report on sex at GW. Editor’s note: Names have been changed to protect the naughty. One of my favorite things about going home for Christmas is getting to catch up with my Aunt “Gems”. […]
Monday What Were the Underlying Causes of 9/11? As part of the Political Psychology Seminar series, hear a discussion with Peter Bergen, Schwartz Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation. Lunch will be provided. Noon to 2 p.m. Lindner Family Commons, Room 602, 1957 E St. RSVP to email@example.com Sponsored by the Political Psychology Seminar […]
The D.C. sculpture of a man struggling to escape from the earth will finally break free from its home of 28 years. The sculpture, entitled, “The Awakening,” will be moved from Hains Point near the National Mall to a location in Maryland near the Potomac River this March, said Amy Blank, the associate curator of […]
It was as if two of my favorite television shows – “E.R.” and “The West Wing” – merged together and became reality last week. A candidate for president of the United States had been pronounced dead, and then miraculously was brought back to life nearly an instant later. Did the New York junior senator’s campaign […]
Before leaving campus for winter break, two GW sophomores met up at Bangkok Joe’s in Georgetown for some neighborly introductions. Over Thai food and bubble tea, Ben Hirschman and Meenoch Kim tried to find more in common than just their residential hall. Date Bios Name: Meenoch Kim Year: Sophomore Age: 20 Hometown: Knoxville, Tenn. Name: […]
Georgetown’s student newspaper of record, The Hoya, has battled to attain editorial and financial independence from its university, with a recent push in the last two years. The school has dashed the budding journalists’ plans, most recently with a trademark claim that would prevent the paper from using its name if it were to break […]