Nick Gingold/photo editor Tourists flock to the District Wednesday to see the annual Cherry Blossom Festival. Springtime is one of the most active seasons for tourists in D.C.
April 3, 2008
Volume 104, Issue 52
Stories from the April 3, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A junior was arrested Friday after she repeatedly tried to enter the Lerner Health and Wellness Center without her GWorld card. HellWell staff initially told Jennifer Sales she could not enter the gym because she did not have her student identification. She said she then left the building to search for the card, but could […]
In “Gym Class Heroes to play Spring Fling” (March 27, p. 3), The Hatchet erroneously reported Spring Fling was April 15. Spring Fling is this weekend, April 5.
Starting next spring, GW’s Judaic studies program in the Columbian College will include a professorship in the Hebrew Bible endowed by a GW parent’s $2.5 million donation. The Meir Kazmir Professorship is the first endowed position the University has announced since University President Steven Knapp took over. Kazmir said he was eager to reach out […]
The Society of Professional Journalists honored The Hatchet as the best non-daily student newspaper in the Mid-Atlantic region at its annual convention last week in Lexington, Va. Washington and Lee University hosted the awards ceremony, and of The Hatchet’s 15 awards, four were first place. “It’s a testament to the staff that works hard to […]
Georgetown’s student newspaper voted not to oppose a university effort to trademark their name Tuesday – hindering the paper’s long-term campaign to become an independent entity. The Hoya, Georgetown’s largest student newspaper, is funded and sponsored by the university but has tried to become an independent corporation for many years. Georgetown applied to trademark The […]
Reflecting on his experiences in Las Vegas casinos, renowned card counter and inspiration for the new film “21” Jeff Ma said, “It’s sort of similar to someone having a high price buffet.” But instead of indulging in potato salad, Ma and his classmates at M.I.T. returned from casinos with myriad luxurious prizes and thousands of […]
A GW scientist concluded that a six million year-old Kenyan fossil is the oldest human relative to have walked upright and on two feet. GW associate anthropology professor Brian Richmond and SUNY Stony Brook professor William Jungers conducted measurements of a the thigh bone of an Orrorin tugenesis fossil, which a French research team found […]
Every so often, it’s good to look at the big picture. Two weeks ago, when I first received an e-mail inviting me to participate in a luncheon with a team from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, I thought, “Hey, free lunch, why not?” But I’m happy to say the experience turned out to […]
The professional, honors and service Greek-letter fraternities have raised about $140 dollars in their penny war competition, an event held as part of the first annual Alternative Greek Week. The weeklong event began last Saturday and ends April 5 with a multiple sclerosis charity walk, an awards luncheon and an announcement of all the events’ […]