There are already more than 40 listings on Craigslist for tickets to the sold-out GW Inaugural Ball although the dance is still months away. Posters looking for tickets said they are willing to pay hundreds of dollars for one of the 4,000 tickets that sold out on Election Day for $85 each. “Looking for one […]
November 10, 2008
Volume 105, Issue 25
Stories from the November 10, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Members of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity collected an estimated four tons of food this semester to benefit Capital Area Food Bank, leaders of the fraternity said last week. Fraternity members have promoted their cause on campus since the beginning of the semester by placing boxes for food donations in sorority houses and tabling outside J […]
One of the nation’s largest student press organizations presented The Hatchet with two of its most prominent awards last week, the first time the paper has been recognized for both its print and online editions in the same year. The Associated Collegiate Press presented the paper with the Online Pacemaker and Print Pacemaker awards. The […]
Monday Career Advice & a Slice Listen as a variety of employers discuss how to make the most of your internship or part-time job. Business casual attire required. 5:30 p.m. Career Center, Room 208 Tuesday Panel Discussion about Female Leadership in the Nonprofit Sector Come hear tips from several female CEOs about how to lead […]
With fall classes less than a month from being over, everyone is already busy signing up for next semester’s courses. Wouldn’t it be nice if you had known what you were getting into for this semester in that one class you hate? Or if you could see what you’re signing up for this spring? Each […]
Tyler Somes/Hatchet photographer Demonstrators painted tents with peaceful images on the National Mall Saturday afternoon to raise awareness about the genocide in Darfur.
In case you missed it, The Hatchet reported a couple weeks ago that GW is no longer the most expensive school in the nation. According to the consulting firm Cambridge Associates, we are actually third on the list, which factors in tuition plus all other required costs for a new student at each school. As […]
The evening of Nov. 4, 2008, was exhilarating. I stood with thousands of people in San Francisco celebrating the election of this country’s first African-American president. The emotion I felt overwhelmed me with a sense of justice, pride and redemption. The next morning I felt devastated because I woke up to the news that 52 […]
On Nov. 4, 2008, Barack Obama achieved the impossible – he united GW. Okay, so the 20 percent of campus who opposed him or didn’t care probably felt left out, but by our standards of unity, it was quite the accomplishment. After Obama was announced as the victor, scores of GW students poured into the […]