February 26, 2009

Volume 105, Issue 44

Stories from the February 26, 2009 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

What to know before signing a lease

Deciding to move off-campus is the easy part. How to do it can be a bit trickier. Finding a place is a good start. GW offers an off-campus online housing service where students can browse properties in the area. The site also offers a guide to living off-campus, useful links and community information. But students […]

Housing Timetable

Planning to live on campus next year? Keep these important dates in mind. February 23-27: Rising second-year students complete housing application electronically through iHousing. Rising second-year student housing options: 2109 F Street, Cole, FSK, Fulbright, Guthridge, JBKO, Building JJ, Mitchell, Munson, Schenley, Strong, West End. March 2-6: Rising third- and fourth-year students complete housing application […]

Endorsement: Kyle Boyer for SA president

This weekend The Hatchet’s editorial board spent 10 hours interviewing both the presidential and executive-vice presidential candidates for the Student Association. Unlike last year’s slim pickings, this year’s batch of candidates is surprisingly strong for the most part. Still we can only have one SA president – thankfully – and this year, The Hatchet endorses […]

Moving into Foggy Bottom

Rising juniors and seniors deciding on housing have the option to move out of the residence halls, and Foggy Bottom has many options for students looking to live close to or on-campus. Apartment sizes and prices vary, but most buildings offer studio, one- and two- bedroom apartments. <strongThe Statesman, 2020 F St., NWThis on-campus building […]

On-campus housing options

There are a variety of residence halls on campus, from newer buildings with rooms that house five or six people together to smaller ones more appropriate for students who prefer privacy. Here’s a quick guide to what’s on campus. Ivory TowerComprised almost entirely of two-bedroom quads, Ivory Tower accommodates about 730 students. Quads also include […]

Tom Braslavsky: Settling it once and for all

I set out to get the 258 signatures formerly required to become a Student Association presidential candidate. I failed. Here is what I learned in the process. If you are a big follower of SA drama, or if you have taken a peek at The Hatchet over the past month, you may know of the […]

University warns of three robberies near campus

At least three robberies have taken place on or near campus in the past two weeks, prompting the University to issue crime alerts. Two weeks ago, a group of men pushed a woman to the ground near the GW Hospital and stole her iPod. Three other people may have been involved in the robbery, according […]

Colonials capture first road win

Saturday, February 28 RICHMOND, Va. – For a team supposedly dead in the water midway through the season, the GW men’s basketball has been showing signs of life recently. With no room for error if they want to make a run at the Atlantic 10 tournament, the Colonials beat Richmond 66-57 at the Robins Center […]

District Mixtape: Joe from GW Deli

In case you ever questioned whether the man behind the counter was a rocker. He is. 1. AC/DC – Down Payment Blues 2. AC/DC – Dog Eat Dog 3. Van Halen – Jump 4. Lynyrd Skynyrd – You Got That Right 5. Gareth Gates – Spirit In the Sky 6. Eric Clapton – Tears In […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday Student Association Elections Vote online for your favorite candidates. Polls close at 9 p.m. www.gwelection.com Voices of the Saffron Revolution Burmese monks speak of their efforts to end the military regime in Burma in pursuit of a democratic society. 12 p.m. Lindner Family Commons, 1957 E St. Friday Advising President Obama’s Transition Team Faculty […]