A report presented to the Faculty Senate meeting Friday criticized Ruth Katz, dean of the School of Public Health and Health Services, for what the report called her weak effort to recruit tenured professors – an act needed to bring her school into compliance with the Faculty Code. “I find it troubling that the school […]
February 11, 2008
Volume 104, Issue 40
Stories from the February 11, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Many colleges and universities work to amass a $1 billion endowment, but some members of Congress worry this trend might not be the best way for schools to utilize their funds and increase affordability for students. Last Thursday, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill that aims to reshape the college financial system to […]
Sophomore Katie Butz and her volleyball teammates usually head to Smith Center to cheer on their fellow athletes at women’s basketball games, but this Sunday, Butz sat in the bleachers for another reason. This weekend’s game against Richmond was GW’s first “Think Pink” basketball game – part of a nationwide initiative to raise awareness for […]
When District residents go to the polls Tuesday to pick their presidential candidate, it is likely their votes will have more impact than they have ever had in history. The District will join Maryland and Virginia Tuesday in what is typically called “the Potomac Primary.” This new junction of the three states’ primaries comes after […]
The first black president of Rock the Vote encouraged GW students to take ownership of the youth voice in politics at a speech in the Marvin Center last week. Jehmu Greene, the keynote speaker for GW’s month-long Black Heritage Celebration, resonated with the students Tuesday night, especially as race is becoming a prominent issue in […]
Sam Blum was only an undergraduate at GW when he started giving career advice to friends and correcting their résumés. Now Blum, a 2006 graduate, has taken his knack for navigating the job hunt and turned it into something everyone can use. In December, Blum launched the Web site Razumé.com, where users can post their […]
Monday Habla … come speak A fundraiser with proceeds going to help build a school in Mexico, featuring various GW performers including Emocapella, The Troubadors, The GW Pitches, Sara Ray and many more. Tickets $8, food and drink included 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Columbian Square, Marvin Center Sponsored by International Alternative Spring Break Association […]
Muslim comedian Azhar Usman joked about the stereotypes surrounding the Islamic faith and its connection to terrorism at Jack Morton Auditorium Friday. The televised news broadcast put on by CNN Turk’s Mithat Bereket involved a short stand-up routine from Usman, followed by an informal town hall question-and-answer session between the Chicago native and the audience. […]
Wardrobe selection is always a concern on a date night, but on Valentine’s Day the ante is upped to a whole new level. Whether you consider yourself a classy chica, a funky fellow or even a daring duo, The Hatchet has laid out some stylish options to keep you and your date looking hot on […]
Media Credit: Joshua Wolf/Hatchet photographer Protesters gather in Dupont Circle to protest the tax-exemption status of the church of Scientology.