April 9, 2009

Volume 105, Issue 53

Stories from the April 9, 2009 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Bhangra Blowout brings rhythm to DAR

Sixteen years ago, Bhangra Blowout brought an intimate group of dancers to Columbian Square to display their footwork. But things change. Now one of the largest events of its type in the nation, Bhangra Blowout, the intercollegiate dance competition hosted by the South Asian Society, will take the stage at DAR Constitution Hall on Saturday, […]

Staff Editorial: SMPA’s schism

We often like to think that Foggy Bottom is the center of the world. While this isn’t always the case, Washington D.C. does happen to be a journalistic Mecca. As such, GW’s journalism program should be leading the pack when it comes to producing the next generation of reporters and editors – and currently, it […]

District Job Hunt

Fretting over the job market and that darn economy? No sweat, young intellectual! Hatchet Arts has combed recent posts on D.C. Craigslist on your behalf to prove that yes, there are in fact jobs left in this world that allow you to keep some semblance of dignity. WRITING Write about bench pressing and carbs – […]

Diana Kugel: Give us some credit(s)

I hate math and science. I always have and I’m fairly sure I always will. So even though I will not benefit from the reduced General Curriculum Requirements (and neither will you, unfortunately, prospective freshmen included), I was thrilled to hear that the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences will no longer be forcing its […]