Members of the Kennedy family announced their endorsement of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama at a packed rally Monday afternoon. The rally, held at American’s Bender Arena, drew an overflowing crowd of supporters to the school. Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.), Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-R.I.) and Caroline Kennedy told supporters that Obama reminds them of the […]
January 31, 2008
Volume 104, Issue 37
Stories from the January 31, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A group of GW staff and students met in Eckles Library on Monday night to discuss the abuse of men. “It’s not just women being beaten by men,” said Grace Henry, assistant director for SAC and the staff coordinator of REAL Conversations. “It’s also women beating men. Men beating men. Women beating women.” A 1998 […]
A student was forcefully robbed on the street as she walked to her on-campus home at about 7 p.m. Tuesday evening. Police on-scene said a male with short hair grabbed her purse near 24th and G streets and ran down the street. The student said the man initially approached her from the side and spent […]
Student Association officials and student leaders from across the District gave a letter to Metro administrators last week calling for reduced fares for college students. The SA presented the letter, signed by 11 student presidents from D.C.-area universities, to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority board of directors. It is the latest push by the […]
The GW student body should have no problem getting to the polls this November with the help of GW Votes. GW Votes is a student organization dedicated to maximizing student voter turnout for the 2008 presidential elections by aiding in the registration process and absentee ballot requests. Initiated and sponsored by the Student Association in […]
In “City Tackles Rodent Resurgence” (Jan. 28. p. 11), The Hatchet erroneously reported that wind acts as a natural exterminator of rats. Winter exterminates rats. In “SA to hold second election on student fee increase” (Jan. 28, p. 11), The Hatchet erroneously reported that the upcoming student fee referendum will be held on Feb. 12. […]
Not just as activists for Sen. Barack Obama, but as students and young Americans, we must fundamentally disagree both with your decision and rationale. We have a once in a lifetime opportunity in this election – to truly alter the course of history in profoundly positive way. That chance has not come around for the […]
Thursday Spring Film Series: Chocolate City A film that explores the gentrification of D.C. through the eyes of a group of women being displaced from their homes to make way for reconstruction. A question and answer session with the film’s directors, Ellie Walton and Sam Wild, will follow. 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Marvin Center […]
In the past, college students have not been known for turning out to vote to advance a platform based on issues deeply connected to their futures. But even at GW, where Super Bowl Sunday will be dwarfed by Super Tuesday, some students focus so closely on single issues that they lose perspective on what would […]
Ryder Haske/assistant photo editor Sophomores Ciara Monchek and Ali Kunen, members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, hold a Books for Africa bake sale fundraiser in University Yard Tuesday afternoon.