Walking to class every morning for the past two weeks or so, I have on a number of occasions been forced to stop and stare at a new piece in the Smith Hall of Art. Some of you will instantly recognize what I am talking about. It is called “Something, Something, Laocoon” by Sarah Koss […]
October 30, 2008
Volume 105, Issue 22
Stories from the October 30, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A former GW Bookstore employee pleaded guilty Tuesday in Superior Court to stealing more than $14,000 from the bookstore through fraudulent credit card returns and was ordered to pay restitution and serve probation. Marco Pareja, 30, pleaded guilty to second-degree theft, said Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephanie Miller. He was sentenced to 39 months of probation […]
Consider for a second what the National Mall says about America. The Mall is a totally unique space that combines our most important public buildings, our history and some of our most cherished pieces of art, all arranged around a wide strip of grass that has played host to some our most meaningful social movements, […]
Board of Trustees Chairman Russell Ramsey told an audience of 200 people at the Marvin Center Grand Ballroom Monday night to refrain from watching CNBC during the financial crisis because “it’s the People magazine of the financial markets.” Ramsey, a co-founder of Friedman Billings Ramsey Group who now runs a private investment firm, was joined […]
Focus on service, not résumés As a senior at GW, it disappoints me to once again see my school only concentrate on teaching us the corporate ladder and how to climb as quick as possible (“How to get a job in this economy,” Oct. 27, p. 4). Over four years here, I have rarely seen […]
In “Gelman Library receives FBI files on columnist Jack Anderson” (Oct. 27, p. 2), The Hatchet misstated the recipient of the files. The files were originally given to the Associated Press, and they will be moved to Gelman Library this month.
Josh Wolf/Hatchet photographer Anthony Salvanto, survey manager for CBS News, speaks alongside panelist Sara Hebel, a Chronicle of Higher Education editor, about a poll of youth voters.
Three prep school basketball players have verbally committed to play for the GW men’s basketball team next year, sources said. Daymon Warren, David Pellom and Dwayne Smith have pledged to play in Foggy Bottom next season, their coaches confirmed this week. Their commitments bring GW’s total number of pledged recruits for next year to four, […]
Theft 10/19/08 – 9 p.m. – off campus – case closed A male affiliated with the University returned to his vehicle parked off-campus when he saw two suspects emerging from his car. The individual chased the suspects for two blocks and caught one. He waited for Metropolitan Police Department officers to detain the suspect. A […]
Thursday Bingo Night Try your luck at bingo for a chance to win prizes from the bookstore, Tonic and Apple. 7 p.m. Health and Welnees Center, 4th Floor Friday Trick or Treat at the Knapps Stop by University President Steven Knapp’s house for delicious Halloween treats. 6 p.m. 1925 F St., N.W. First Annual Jack […]