February 2, 2009

Volume 105, Issue 37

Stories from the February 2, 2009 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Dropping school for rock and roll

Some college students dream of leaving school and touring with a band. Others, like Louie Diller, simply go for it. Until spring 2008, Diller was a GW student in the Elliott School of International Affairs, with a concentration in international affairs and a minor in jazz studies. But instead of returning for his sophomore year, […]

Squash sweeps doubleheader

When senior Brad Birenbaum enrolled at GW to play squash, he entered a program that was in just its third year at the varsity level and had never held a home match. Three years later, the Pennsylvania native is the captain of the nation’s 22nd-ranked team, which beat Drexel and the University of North Carolina […]

GW women’s team win’s ‘nail biter’

After going through a bit of a mid-winter funk, the Colonials were on a roll as they visited La Salle Saturday, having reeled off five straight conference victories. While they were ultimately able to extend that streak to six, doing so did not come easily. GW came away with a 72-70 victory only after surviving […]

Wilmore thriving under Collucci’s wing

If the heartbreaking losses, player departures and ongoing 10-game losing streak are a dark cloud over the current men’s basketball season, then senior Noel Wilmore would have to be a silver lining. In a season filled with disappointments both on and off the court, Wilmore’s emergence as a consistent scoring threat off the bench has […]

Aswani’s chief of staff resigns in protest

The highest member of Student Association President Vishal Aswani’s cabinet, Chief of Staff Greta Twombly, resigned on Friday, asserting that her relationship with Aswani deteriorated to the point where her position became “pointless.” The announcement is the latest example of growing discord within the Student Association executive, and marks the fifth person to resign since […]

CD member defaces YAF crosses

A number of crosses used by the conservative Young America’s Foundation during an anti-abortion event last month were defaced in a Marvin Center office, and a member of the College Democrats has taken responsibility. Members of the College Republicans found the crosses on Monday evening scattered around the office they share with the College Democrats. […]

Campus Calendar

Monday Feminism 2.0 Conference The Graduate School of Political Management hosts a discussion about women in the working world 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Dorothy Betts Marvin Theater Promises Movie Screening Join the Arab Student Association, the Student Justice for Palestine and the Muslim Student Association in screening a film about the current crisis in […]

Suit disputes GW Hospital rape policies

A student at Howard, who is suing GW because she said she was given improper care at GW Hospital, is now alleging that the school has failed to produce adequate documentation of its rape response procedure and also altered key rape information on a GW Web site. The senior sued the University and GW Hospital […]