March 6, 2008

Volume 104, Issue 47

Stories from the March 6, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Capp creates new standing committees in the SA executive

Web Extra Student Association President Nicole Capp is working to establish two standing committees within the SA executive to look at campus safety and facilities. The new committees – the SA Safety and Security Affairs Committee and the SA Facilities Advisory Committee – will attempt bring SA and GW administrators together to discuss issues of […]

Letters to the Editor

Less e-mails, more information It is seldom that I find myself in agreement with the opinions found on this page, let alone in active pursuit of the same goals myself. As someone who is often extremely supportive of most actions the administration takes, sometimes blindly supporting policies for the betterment of the student population, I […]

Rice kicked off basketball team

Breaking News Posted Thursday, March 6, 6:05 p.m., Updated 10:35 p.m. Senior Maureece Rice was kicked off the GW men’s basketball team, the University announced Thursday evening. In a news release sent to members of the media shortly before the Colonials faced Charlotte in North Carolina Thursday evening, men’s basketball coach Karl Hobbs said the […]

Kyle Boyer: Politically minded from an early age

Kyle Boyer took a liking to politics at an early age. Boyer, who won the general election for Student Association executive vice president last week, fell in love with politics at 8. The sophomore said his interest in the subject began when he followed the 1996 presidential race between Democratic president Bill Clinton and Republican […]

Colonials advance to semifinals

Web Update Saturday, March 8, 9:43 p.m. PHILADELPHIA, March 8 — Everything from drizzle to downpours have been coming out of the Philadelphia sky this weekend, but Saturday at the GW women’s basketball team’s game with Rhode Island, mother nature wasn’t the only one making it rain. The match-up was postponed more than two hours […]

Fair lures a thousand

More than 1,000 people passed through Tuesday’s Off Campus Housing Services Fair, which was sponsored by IKEA and held in the Marvin Center’s Grand Ballroom. “We didn’t expect this exact volume of people, but we had hopes,” said Brian Hamluk, director of off-campus student affairs. The fair lasted from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and […]

For Colonials, time is now

Over the last four seasons, this current senior class of the GW women’s basketball team has garnered more than a handful of awards and titles. But when it has come to those pesky three games in early March, the Colonials have faltered. No. 13/12 (AP, ESPN/USA Today) GW has gone 0-for-3 in the Atlantic 10 […]

With loss, men’s basketball A-10 hopes diminish

Web Update Thursday, March 6, 11:48 p.m. CHARLOTTE, March 6 — The GW men’s basksetball team will return home to the nation’s capital Friday after falling 77-61 to Charlotte Thursday night. But when they get there, despite traveling roughly 400 miles north, Atlantic City, N.J., will seem farther away than they remember. The loss sends […]

Murphy leaves GW, off women’s basketball team

Sophomore forward Robin Murphy transferred out of GW and is no longer a member of the women’s basketball team, head coach Joe McKeown said Wednesday. Murphy had missed the first part of the season due to a torn ACL. The Conyers, Ga., native is currently attending Southern Mississippi University, per a mutual decision between Murphy […]

Beck named A-10 player of the year

Senior Kim Beck was named the Atlantic 10 player of the year in a poll conducted by the conference’s coaches, the conference announced Wednesday. Beck is the first GW player in four years to earn the accolade. Averaging 13.6 points per game and ranking third nationally in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.60), Beck was also named first-team […]