Howard officials halted production of the school’s student newspaper last week, after staff confusion led to thousands of dollars in unpaid printing bills. The Hilltop, which switched to daily publication in 2005, was founded at the historically black university in 1924. The paper receives university funding but staff members said a majority of its money […]
March 27, 2008
Volume 104, Issue 50
Stories from the March 27, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Nick Gingold/photo editor Class Council members junior Kristen Walker and senior Mario Sansalone make cotton candy for students at the University’s Block Party in Kogan Plaza Wednesday afternoon.
The Student Association senate approved the addition of a director of green initiatives to the SA executive on Tuesday night at Marvin Center. SA President Nicole Capp created the green directorship this year, but did not make it a standing cabinet position. Similar to the director of green initiatives this year, the official green cabinet […]
In the coming weeks, high school seniors in the U.S. and abroad will receive an ornate acceptance letter from GW. While completing their applications, some students might have been surprised by the request for “AP/IB scores,” unaware of the International Baccalaureate alternative to Advanced Placement exams. AP students are well represented at GW, while IB […]
Conducting a readership survey is one of the first goals Eric Roper hopes to accomplish when he takes over as The Hatchet’s editor in chief in May. Current metro news editor Roper, a junior, said he thinks the paper can improve with more feedback from its main audience. “(We want to know) where we as […]
GREENSBORO, N.C., March 30 — This game was not the 25-point pounding the GW women’s basketball team took from Rutgers University in November. But in the NCAA Tournament, a loss is a loss, and the Colonials are going home. The Sixth-seeded GW kept it close in the second half, but the Scarlet Knights dominated in […]
The number of Hispanic faculty at GW increased by 33 percent over the past two years while numbers of female and black faculty remained stagnant, according to a report released at a Faculty Senate meeting this month. “I don’t think the numbers reflect a lack of effort to recruit women and minority faculty, rather that […]
Improving dining services and building a stronger University community in Foggy Bottom will be the centerpiece of next year’s Student Association executive. SA President-elect Vishal Aswani and Executive Vice President-elect Kyle Boyer did not run together on a slate, but both campaigned on extending hours at J Street and eliminating the food court’s mandatory spending […]
AUSTIN, Texas – At the Times New Viking showcase at South by Southwest, the floor was shaking. It was literally shaking. And it wasn’t on solid ground, either. The show took place on the over-crowed upper floor of an Austin bar, and I legitimately started worrying about the stability of the beam supports that were […]
Renovations of the former DJ’s Fastbreak building is slated for completion by the end of April after the University received a permit this month to turn the former diner into student space and EMeRG headquarters. The building at 2145 G St. previously housed DJ’s Fastbreak until the restaurant’s lease expired last spring. Plans for the […]