October 23, 2008

Volume 105, Issue 20

Stories from the October 23, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Campus Calendar

Thursday Free Screening of “Child Brides” Celebrate United Nations Week by attending a free screening of the film “Child Bride,” which gives an in-depth look into the sensitive topic. 6 p.m. 1957 E St., Linder Commons, 6th floor Friday LifeSaving Karaoke Relax after midterms by singing karaoke and raising money for UNICEF. Funds raised will […]

Snapshot: Chalk Talk

Jonathan Ewing/Hatchet photographer Junior Meghan Ottolini and senior Alaska Burr of the GW women’s lacrosse team chalk the steps of the Smith Center to promote their dodgeball tournament that begins Nov. 4.

14th Grade performs ‘The Seagull’

For Jessica Creane, realizing an artistic vision meant going as far as bringing live sod into the Lisner downstage. Video: “The Seagull” This weekend marks the release of “The Seagull,” a four-act play by Russian playwright Anton Chekhov. Creane, a senior majoring in political communication and creative writing, chose to direct the show for the […]

From pop to politics and back

While the name Peter Max may leave some members of our generation scratching their heads, the rest of the world knows Max as one of the most successful psychedelic artists of the 1960s and ’70s. He has exhibited over 80 one-man museum shows in the last 25 years. He has painted for Presidents Ford, Carter, […]

District Mixtape: D.C. Metro Workers

1. Hiroshima – Why Can’t I Love You 2. Al Green – Let’s Stay Together 3. The Isley Brothers – Summer Breeze 4. Musiq Soulchild – Love 5. Christopher Williams – I’m Dreamin’ 6. The Temptations – I Wish It Would Rain 7. War – The World is a Ghetto 8. Stevie Wonder – My […]

Quick Takes

Keane Perfect Symmetry (ISLAND) Eleven tracks taking the British inner monologue to shockingly average heights! -Amanda Pacitti High School Musical 3 Now Or Never (Single) (DISNEY) These two youngsters harmonize in a resplendent ballad that celebrates true (high school) love. Their off-screen chemistry translates perfectly to music! But will Troy and Gabriella’s love survive the […]

Lott brings his politics to GW

Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott addressed the GW College Republicans Monday night, hitting on such issues as the upcoming election, energy policy and life in the Senate. Lott, who represented the state of Mississippi for 35 years in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, resigned from his seat last December. He is […]

CD, CR leaders debate election

It was a political boxing match Tuesday night at the Marvin Center as the chairman of the College Republicans and president of the GW College Democrats sparred over their parties’ presidential nominees at the CD-CR Presidential Debate. CR Chairman Brand Kroeger and CD President Cory Struble defended Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama respectively […]

Indian venue closes at J Street

Students looking to satisfy their cravings for chicken curry or butter naan will have to look outside of J Street now that Sangam has closed. Sangam, the Indian restaurant formerly located next to Little Italy, unexpectedly closed almost two weeks ago. Nancy Haaga, managing director of Campus Support Services, said the closure was part of […]

Unity Ball will cost $50,000

A semiformal ball this Saturday designed to celebrate diversity and Greek-letter life on campus will cost more than $50,000, with at least $20,000 coming from student fee allocations, according to Student Association documents and event planners. The Unity Ball will be held at the Capital Hilton Hotel with the dual goal of commemorating the 150th […]