For an average-height, average-weight player, the GW men’s soccer team’s striker Andy Stadler is incredibly easy to point out. For starters, there is his dirty blonde hair – poofy enough to be considered an afro on the right day. Then there is his demeanor. Riding to the game, Stadler listens to music – mainly old-school […]
September 18, 2008
Volume 105, Issue 10
Stories from the September 18, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Administrators spent months planning and coordinating with dozens of different organizations in preparation for Monday’s event, which they later hailed as one of the most significant in University history. About 1,500 people packed Lisner Auditorium to see the five former secretaries of state sound off on major issues facing the next administration. The audience included […]
The Hatchet erroneously reported that the Multicultural Greek Council was started last year in “Vying for visibility and unity” (Sept. 11, p. 1). The MGC was formed in 2002.
The School of Public Health and Health Services implemented a dual-degree program this fall that will allow GW students to earn both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in public health in five years, without taking the Graduate Record Examination. The unique program is open to juniors who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in […]
Hitting the road was not a fun occurrence for the GW men’s soccer team last season – the Colonials managed just one win in seven attempts away from Foggy Bottom. This year, GW plays 12 games away from the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex, including a six-game road stint that started Tuesday. But thanks to some […]
Theft 9/8/08 – Gelman Library – case closed An employee of Gelman Library reported to the University Police Department that someone had misused a parking validation stamp. The stamp was declared as stolen. Referred to department. Drug Law Violation 9/8/08 – Thurston Hall – 12:45 a.m. – case closed The community director notified UPD of […]
Foggy Bottom residents may no longer be able to purchase individual containers of alcohol at their local liquor store if a proposed law goes into effect next month. On Tuesday, D.C. City Councilmember Jack Evans (D-Ward 2) proposed extending a ban on single-sale alcohol – which is already active in several parts of the city […]
Men’s soccer: Saturday, Sept. 20 at American, 1 p.m. Men’s Water Polo: At ECAC Championship Saturday, Sept. 20 vs. Iona, 12 p.m. Volleyball: At West Virginia Invitational Friday, Sept. 19 vs. UMBC, 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20 vs.UNC-Greensboro, 12 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20 vs. West Virginia, 8 p.m.
University President Steven Knapp traveled to New York City Tuesday to participate in the inaugural meeting of the Higher Education Cabinet – a group made up of presidents and leaders of higher education institutions from across the country. The New York Times and The Chronicle of Higher Education developed the group because they wanted to […]
In light of the suicide of writer David Foster Wallace, we spoke to GW English professor Margaret Soltan about the state of writing today, the voices of our time and the literary works that inform us as a generation. Soltan’s blog, “University Diaries,” is a staple read on higher education, and she has been interviewed […]