Never was GW’s proximity to the White House more evident than at the moment hundreds of students left Kogan Plaza and sprinted down Pennsylvania Avenue to President-elect Barack Obama’s future home. Visit the Newsroom for <strongThe Hatchet’s Continuous Election Night Coverage Chanting “Yes we did!” “USA!” and “O-ba-ma!” they swarmed the gates with unrestrained energy […]
November 6, 2008
Volume 105, Issue 24
Stories from the November 6, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
In Monday’s Campus Calendar (Nov. 3, p. 2), The Hatchet erroneously reported that “Real conversations: The people’s choice analyzing America’s election selection” was on Nov. 3. The event will be held on Nov. 10.
Thursday The Skin of Our Teeth Watch the Forbidden Planet’s Production of a show about a family and the disasters they must face. Tickets are $5 at the door. 8 p.m. Lisner Downstage Casino Royale Charity Benefit Play poker and other casino games with your peers for charity and the chance to win an iPod […]
The last games of the GW women’s soccer team’s season went much the way the entire year had: with good effort, good teamwork, quality goals scored and a couple weak ones allowed. The end result: one win and one loss to finish a season in which GW just did not seem to have luck on […]
You’ll have to forgive head women’s basketball coach Mike Bozeman for not being too upset about his team’s 71-66 exhibition game loss to the DT-3 All-Stars. With seven new players – including six freshmen – it came as no surprise to the first-year coach that the team’s play looked disjointed at times. Graduate Kim Beck, […]
On a rainy Election Day on Tuesday, an elderly woman no more than four and a half feet tall named Elena stepped out of a Red Top cab in Rosslyn, Va., and made her way to her polling place at Fire Station 10, just a few blocks from the Metro stop. As she carefully stepped […]
Watching the returns come back in 2004, where did you imagine you would be on election night 2008? Did you picture yourself in Foggy Bottom, gathering in front of the White House, standing among the monuments or being at the Capitol? In the hours spanning Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, it became abundantly clear to […]
The ice age, Noah’s ark and the apocalypse. Thornton Wilder’s “The Skin Of Our Teeth,” performed by Forbidden Planet Productions this weekend, visits all three events – in the course of two hours. While she admits the show is confusing, director Katherine Nelson, a junior, said she found the play immediately compelling. “It was different […]
Two years ago, Megan Hogan was in the running to be a collegiate basketball player for Mount Ida College in Massachusetts. That didn’t work out and she no longer plays basketball. But she’s still running. And the GW women’s cross country team is glad she is. In her first semester at GW – and only […]
It’s hard to analyze the meaning of elections until years later, so I can’t come out and say whether this election was a deep “realignment” or just simply a repudiation of the Bush administration – but we can look at raw numbers. Regardless, the Republican Party has a lot of work to do. For starters, […]