For junior Jessica Schwartz, Jan. 20 is a great day to make money. Her three-bedroom townhouse on 25th and M streets is prime real estate in D.C.’s booming inauguration housing market. With as many as four million out-of-town visitors expected for the presidential inauguration, students are finding that people are willing to pay thousands of […]
December 8, 2008
Volume 105, Issue 31
Stories from the December 8, 2008 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A month and a half after the School of Medicine and Health Sciences announced it had been placed on two-year academic probation, the school’s leaders remain silent about how one of the top-ranked medical schools in the nation found itself in such a situation and what they are doing to fix the problems. GW’s medical […]
City police are searching for the person who brutally murdered an elderly homeless man outside of the Potomac Plaza apartments last week, just blocks from GW residence halls. Yoshio Nakada, 61, was found unconscious on the 2400 block of Virginia Ave. at about 8 a.m. on Dec. 24. He was pronounced dead at the scene, […]
Tuesday, December 9 The way political campaigns communicate with the masses is rapidly changing, former Hillary Clinton strategist Mark Penn told a group of GW students and public relations professionals Tuesday evening. “Everything is going to be different,” said Penn, who is also the chief executive officer of Burson-Marsteller, a global public relations firm. “I […]
Jonathan Ewing/Hatchet photographer The Sirens a capella group perform in holiday attire at their winter concert Thursday afternoon in the Marvin Center Amphitheater.
Monday, December 29 PISCATAWAY, N.J. – The beginning of GW’s meeting with No. 15/14 Rutgers (AP/USA Today) Monday night played out like a cliché underdog story, the less heralded visitors trading blows with their nationally-ranked hosts, familiar nemeses that bested them twice a season prior. The climax came when three-pointers by seniors Antelia Parrish and […]
Saturday, December 13 The dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences outlined a plan to bring his school back into good standing with its accrediting body during a Faculty Senate meeting on Friday afternoon. The Liaison Committee on Medical Education, a medical school accreditor, placed the school on probation in mid-October – making […]
Two U.S. ambassadors to South American countries discussed the fight against anti-Americanism Friday during an event sponsored by the School of Media and Public Affairs. Earl Anthony Wayne and Frank E. Baxter, the ambassadors to Argentina and Uruguay respectively, detailed the ways they have used public diplomacy to improve relations between the United States and […]
With the holiday season finally here, people are feeling the pressure to buy gifts while saving money. The Hatchet spoke with personal shopper Rachel Rosenthal, who works for Rosey’s Urban Style, a personal organizing and shopping company, to gain some insight on how to shop smart. Q: What do you think is the most popular […]
Wednesday, December 17 Head men’s basketball coach Karl Hobbs’s recipe for success against crosstown rival American University was simple: get Rob Diggs the ball. Diggs, who has gotten off to a slow start this season, responded with a season-high 17 points, leading GW to a 63-50 win over AU at the Smith Center. The 2,653 […]