April 24, 2008

Volume 104, Issue 58

Stories from the April 24, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Seniors in the arts at GW

Senior theater major Daniel Kenner may be best known for directing Generic Theater Company’s “Crave,” but there’s more to this Rhode Island native than just splatter paint and stream of consciousness. Completing what may have been one of GW’s most talked-about productions of the year, Kenner’s theatrical endeavors certainly don’t end here; he plans to […]

Heavy Metal and Evil Invade Washington

Web Extra If you ask someone to describe a Behemoth, they might respond with a weird glance, maybe a smirk or snicker, and then a definition along the lines of a mythical creature of superior strength that is mentioned in the Bible. But there exists another Behemoth, not an animal from biblical times, but an […]

Tim Guillot: music major, composer

You could call Tim Guillot ambitious, but that would be an understatement. Guillot, a senior majoring in music with minors in theater and creative writing, will soon perform in the self-written, self-directed musical “Always & Never.” The show is his senior thesis, and its only performance is this Sunday. The musical is about two brothers […]

Bar Belle: REVEALED! One hungover honey…

Ron Burgundy has nothing on me, seriously. I am kind of a big deal. And you know what, Ron? People don’t even know my real me. But that is all about to change. Ladies and gentlemen of the George Washington University, amid all your finals and pending graduations I know the one thing on your […]

$5 – $10 – $20: An entertainment guide for the cash-strapped college student

If you have $5 The GW music department is hosting “A Musican Salon featuring the Pianoforte” on Tuesday, April 29 in the Marvin Betts Theater (Marvin Center) at 7:30 p.m. The program will feature a range of pieces from Bach and Scarlatti to Romantic and Contemporary composers. The performance also features several of the music […]

UPD chief supports arming campus officers

University Police Department Chief Dolores Stafford recommended in a national safety report she co-authored that college police officers should carry firearms. The document released last week by the International Association for Campus Law Enforcement Administrators states that “sworn law enforcement agency . should have access to a range of force options including lethal (firearms).” Stafford […]

CCAS advising may change

A committee to revise academic advising in the University’s largest school will release a series of recommendations in the next few weeks on how to overhaul the system. The report is the culmination of a year’s worth of monthly meetings to identify problems with advising in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences. It was […]

University plans major overhaul of GWorld

The University is planning to drastically change GWorld technology for the first time in the campus card’s 10-year history, a senior administrator said this week. For about three months, administrators have been analyzing upgrades to the GWorld system, and could make major changes as early as next fall, Executive Vice President and Treasurer Lou Katz […]

Andrew Clark: Up against the Republican machine

After Barack Obama’s loss in Tuesday night’s Pennsylvania Democratic primary, it seems that God-fearing and gun-loving Pennsylvanians aren’t the ones who are bitter. Pennsylvania’s rejection of Sen. Obama (D-Ill.) is invariably making the presidential candidate rue the candor he had at that San Francisco dinner last week. But in that moment of honesty as well […]

Students utilize SASS funds

When organizations run out of their allotted Student Association funds and are desperate for resources, they have one last place to look for the money they need: Rice Hall. A discretionary fund of $49,000 was distributed to various student organizations who were strapped for cash this year, said Robert Chernak, senior vice president for Student […]