September 2, 2008

Volume 105, Issue 5

Stories from the September 2, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Graduate School of Business responds to GMAT cheating scandal

Correction appended A cheating scandal that emerged this summer involving the Graduate Management Admissions Test left GW and business schools around the country scrambling to determine which students should be held accountable. On June 20, a federal court found Scoretop.com, an online GMAT test preparation site, guilty of copyright infringement. Over five years, Scoretop illegally […]

Clayton McCleskey: Return of the Euro Expat

Editor’s note: This article was originally written in June. BERLIN – Standing on a bridge overlooking the majestic River Seine during a recent trip to Paris, I had a flashback to my first visit to Europe nearly a decade ago. Sporting Teva sandals, a fanny pack and jean shorts, I had embarked on a European […]

Segway-ing into city’s historical sites

It was about 1 a.m. when Will Maden witnessed one of Queen Elizabeth II’s footmen fall off a Segway in front of the White House. The senior and Capital Segway tour guide said it was one of many “ridiculous falls” he has seen on the two-wheeled, self-balancing vehicles during rides through the city. But he […]

Staff Editorial: Green efforts deserve time but need results

Most of the time, failing grades are handed out after the school year begins. GW, however, will start the year off with an “F” in environmental sensitivity from the Sierra Club. In the most recent issue of their magazine, the environmental organization called GW out for “failing to implement policies to fight climate change” (“GW […]

Snapshot: First Frame

Anne Wernikoff/assistant photo editor Kevin Goggin, a freshman, bowls during Gdub First Night in the Hippodrome on Saturday night. Other activities included billiards, dancing and laser tag.

Claire Autruong: Flame out, move on?

Whatever happened to China? Little more than a week after the closing ceremonies of the Beijing 2008 Olympics, a topic that was at the forefront of chatter around the copier and at the news desks is conspicuously absent. Where has all the controversy over Chinese smoke and mirrors gone? The Beijing Olympics were to be […]