April 2, 2009

Volume 105, Issue 51

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

District Mixtape: Art Spiegelman

Pulitzer Prize-winning comic artist Art Spiegelman, most widely known for “Maus,” which recounts his father’s experience in the Holocaust, sent a playlist our way. Spiegelman said the tracks would be on his iPod – if he had one. The legendary artist will speak at Jack Morton Auditorium in the SMPA building on Thursday, April 2, […]

Twelve rooms report bed bug problems

A dozen residence hall rooms on campus have been confirmed positive for bedbugs this academic year, University spokeswoman Tracy Schario said Tuesday. The problem began with a small dorm inhabited by engineering students this fall, but has spread to larger dorms, including New Hall, this month. More than 60 rooms have been treated since the […]

Spring events in Foggy Bottom

There are a variety of events happening right here on campus and through GW organizations. Second Annual Student Art Gala Hosted by Program Board. Friday, April 3, 7 to 9 p.m. City View Room, 1957 E St. Old Rag Hike Join GW TRAiLS on a hike to the top of Old Rag Mountain in Shenandoah […]

Softball splits damp double-header with Mason

Despite scattered rain and an influx of illnesses and injuries, the GW softball team managed to split a doubleheader against local rival George Mason Wednesday on the Mount Vernon Field. It took GW six innings to score against the Patriots in the first game, but runs by freshmen Jamie Yaniga and Ali Waterman and junior […]

District restaurants offer outdoor dining

It’s spring, and as the nights get warmer, outdoor tables are starting to fill up. Here’s your guide to some establishments with premier outdoor seating. On campus:There are many opportunities to dine outside right on campus. Tonic at Quigley’s, located at 2036 G St., offers a full menu outside with prime people watching down 20th […]

Congressman helps launch College Democrats’ black caucus

Web Extra The College Democrats launched an off-shoot to their organization called the Black Democratic Caucus Tuesday night with a visit from Congressman James Clyburn, D-S.C., House Majority Whip and former chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus. The new group plans to host special events and meetings to assure that black issues and interests are […]

Varsity Roundup

Tennis Men’s: The men’s tennis team defeated University of Maryland – Baltimore County 6-1 Monday, for GW’s first win at Mount Vernon in more than three years. Sophomore Yan Levinski came back to defeat Nicolas Savage-Pollock 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (5) in the no. 1 singles match. The Colonials next play at home against Fordham at […]

Cherry Blossom Festival Calendar

April 4 National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade 10 a.m. to noon This year’s parade will feature Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek as the grand marshal, along with performances from former “American Idol” finalist Kimberly Locke and other musicians. Constitution Avenue from Seventh to 17th streets Free for standing along the parade route; $17 for grandstand seats […]


Anni Rossi Rockwell (4AD) Anni Rossi’s debut album, “Rockwell,” feels like one of your friends is playing live inside your dorm room. She’s cool, she doesn’t brush her hair, she wears plaid, and while all of this is pretentious and annoying, it’s also completely appealing because it feels real. “Rockwell” feels like Mirah, Devendra and […]