CNN political commentator Donna Brazile, former presidential campaign manager for Al Gore, gave a glimpse into her long career in politics and her support for Sen. Barack Obama before a packed audience at the Jack Morton Auditorium Monday night. Brazile, the first African-American woman to run a presidential campaign, said she began her political career […]
October 16, 2008
Volume 105, Issue 18
Stories from the October 16, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Although The Hatchet has plenty of recommendations for things to do with your parents off campus, here is a selection of the University’s offerings for Colonials Weekend 2008. Larger size.
Two weeks after the Washington City Paper’s parent company filed for bankruptcy, its editor said the weekly newspaper is focusing its energy on the Internet and is “more lively than ever.” On Sept. 29, Creative Loafing Inc., which owns the City Paper and five other papers across the country, announced that it had filed Chapter […]
Colonials Weekend might be the only three days during the school year when GW students can put their GWorlds to rest. The following restaurants are sure to satisfy students and families alike. Georgetown: Chopsticks Location: 1073 Wisconsin Ave., N.W. Cost: $10-$20 per person This adorable sushi restaurant is an ideal place for dinner after taking […]
A GW Medical Center professor – renowned for his efforts to develop vaccines against tropical diseases – was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, the University announced Monday. The prestigious group offered membership to Peter Hotez, a global health professor and chair of the department of microbiology, immunology and tropical medicine, […]
Correction appended A Student Association senator said on Wednesday that he hopes to overhaul the organization’s constitution, restarting a similar effort from three years ago. Sen. Nick Polk (U At-Large), a sophomore, sent an e-mail to four former members of the SA and one current member announcing his intention to reintroduce a revised constitution that […]
National Portrait Gallery Colbert Report fans may remember this museum as the only one that would include the comedian’s portrait in one of their exhibits, just a few feet away from that of President George Washington. Although Colbert’s portrait has since been removed, the museum still tells the story of America through portraits of a […]
Drug Law Violation 10/7/08 – Potomac House – 1:05 a.m. – case closed While on patrol, a University Police Department officer smelled marijuana in a room of the residenc e hall. The officer notified the community director and an administrative search was conducted. The residents were not in the room, and about one ounce of […]
Thursday Saddam Hussein trial judge to speak at GW Ra’id Juhi Hamadi Al Saedi will speak at the Law School about his experiences during Saddam Hussein’s trial. 4 p.m. Law School, Room B505 Friday Robin Williams performs The comedian and actor will perform a stand-up comedy show for parents and students. Tickets are sold out […]
Here are some fun D.C. activities that are perfectly suited for a younger sibling — or just your kid at heart. The Washington Monument: One of the best views of D.C. is said to be from the top of the 555-foot Washington Monument. Free tickets are can be picked up at the monument (though you […]