More than 2,000 middle to high school students, teachers and family members will arrive on the GW campus for the Science Olympiad National Tournament at the end of this month. The two-day competition on the Foggy Bottom and the Mount Vernon campuses will include a series of hands-on science activities focused primarily on biology, earth […]
May 19, 2008
Volume 105, Issue 2
Stories from the May 19, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Alex Ellis/photo editor Two graduating seniors blow bubbles at Commencement Sunday morning on the National Mall. More than 25,000 people gathered for the ceremony.
Sunday, June 8, 2:20 p.m. Related: McKeown leaves GW basketball after 19 years 1979 – After finishing his playing career as an all-conference point guard at Kent State, McKeown takes his first coaching position as an assistant at the school, helping the Golden Flashes go 21-8 in his first season on staff. 1983 – McKeown […]
In “Republican senator says Dems can win in 2008” (April 24, Web extra), The Hatchet misattributed a quotation, “by any measure,” to Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.). Moderator Frank Sesno said the quote. In “Tickets not needed for Mall event” (May 12, p. B14), The Hatchet erroneously reported that Executive Director of University Events Kathryn Bugg […]
Correction appended The soaring spaces of Union Station provided the backdrop Saturday night for this year’s Monumental Celebration, held annually for graduates and their families. More than 2,000 seniors, friends and family members packed the historic building for an evening full of dancing and desserts. “I feel like it’s a great opportunity to have fun […]
Updated Tuesday, June 10 Related: Timeline | 19 years in Foggy Bottom Women’s basketball coach Joe McKeown, who holds the most wins of any coach in GW and A-10 women’s basketball history, resigned this June to take the same position at Northwestern University after 19 years in Foggy Bottom. McKeown officially announced his decision June […]
When Jacob Kenner couldn’t secure enough Commencement tickets for all the family members that were scheduled to come for his son’s graduation this Sunday, he made a call to the Office of Alumni Relations. He told them that when he graduated from GW as an undergraduate in 1970, the Kent State shootings forced a cancellation […]
Soon, you may be able to touch your GWorld to a sensor instead of swiping, or use it as a debit card to pay for your meal at J Street. Unfortunately, J Street will still be the same unappealing place where you must spend your Colonial Cash, Gelman Library will still be old and tuition […]
Related: McKeown leaves GW after 19 years | Timeline Say it ain’t so, Joe. Say you’re not leaving Foggy Bottom for suburban Chicago. Tell us you’re coming back to GW and turning your brand new roster into a third-straight Sweet 16 appearance. Coming back to take new names like Tara Booker and Tiana Myers and […]
University President Steven Knapp said people of deep faith can use their strong religious devotion to do good things in the face of great evil at the annual Interfaith Baccalaureate ceremony Friday. Speaking at the Western Presbyterian Church on Virginia Avenue, Knapp recalled a recent evening he spent with South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who […]