For many Americans, the assassination of Benazir Bhutto only highlighted the instability of another country in the Middle East. But for GW’s Pakistani students, the situation hit much closer to home. Bhutto, the prominent opposition leader and two-time prime minister of Pakistan, died during a political rally on Dec. 27, igniting riots in the country […]
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.
(click the Play button for our narrated slideshow, produced by Jake Sherman and Sam Salkin with photos by Ben Solomon) WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. Tony Taylor can score. He says he does not like to, but he has done it this season in many different ways. Three-pointers, daunting slashes to the basket and even, with his […]
GW F.E.E.D., an initiative started in the fall dedicated to feeding D.C.’s homeless, is becoming an official student organization this semester. Despite the financial hardships that plagued this initiative when it began in September, Student Association Sen. O.G. Oyiborhoro (CCAS-U) said he felt the initiative was successful enough to turn into a student organization. The […]
The Georgetown student newspaper is battling against its administration to become independent, and recent university actions are setting the stage for a trademark dispute over the paper’s name. The Hoya, Georgetown’s largest student newspaper, is funded and sponsored by the university. For many years, leaders of the paper have tried to re-form the publication as […]
Members of the Student Association are lobbying the city for a discount to recently-hiked Metro prices. The District raised base rush hour fares from $1.35 to $1.65, and the cost to travel to distant stations in Maryland and Virginia also increased. The SA has been working on a plan since September to get students reduced […]
The last time the GW women’s basketball team invited ESPN to Smith Center to televise a marquee match-up, the game did not turn out the way the Colonials had hoped, and they fell by 25 points to Rutgers University. The game Sunday against Xavier was a different story. No. 17 GW slid past the Musketeers […]
Seeing snow on the ground may be a good reason to stay in bed – but it also may not be reason enough to close the University. In fact, it takes more than the good graces of Mother Nature to close a day of school at GW – it takes approval from several University officials, […]
Entering its Atlantic 10 season opener against Xavier, the No. 17 GW women’s basketball team knew the ESPN2 cameras would give the team its final chance before the A-10 tournament to show the country who they have become over the last month. After three disappointing losses in November, a 25-point trouncing at home against then-No. […]
Tonic restaurant began serving alcohol Thursday, after winning a yearlong battle for their liquor license. 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 last Thursday morning, and the restaurant was serving alcohol within hours. Tonic, owned by […]
Alex Ellis/assistant photo editor University of Toronto’s Isabel Jarosz returns a serve from GW squash senior captain Alex Funk.