He was always happy to see you, with his tail wagging wildly, and no matter how you did on that exam, he was always up for cuddling. But that was at home, and now at school, after that awful economics midterm, there is no one waiting in your room to greet you, except for maybe […]
November 16, 2009
Volume 106, Issue 27
Stories from the November 16, 2009 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
WILMINGTON, N.C. – It was his first time taking the floor in a regular-season college basketball game, his team wearing their blue road uniforms and taking refuge in the visitors’ locker room. But freshman David Pellom was right at home in Sunday’s 76-71 win at UNC-Wilmington, playing in front of a vocal contingent of friends […]
“You Are the Christ. You Are the Buddha. TRANSCEND.” So reads the graffiti on a wooden plank photographed next to an angsty-looking young man, circa 1960. Surrounded by a roughly drawn smiley face, a Star of David with 666 inside and a stylized peace symbol, the message on the plank conveys a disregard for religious […]
Stadler named to A-10 First Team Men’s soccer senior Andy Stadler, who scored 13 goals in 13 matches this season, was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference first team, the conference announced Wednesday. Stadler’s 13 goals led the A-10 in the regular season and pushed him to fourth on GW’s all-time list, with his 1.00 […]
Monday The Kalb Report – What Makes 60 Minutes Tick? Listen to veteran journalist and moderator Marvin Kalb interview 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl and executive producer Jeff Fager at The Kalb Report. National Press Club, 14th and F streets | 8 to 9:15 p.m. Community service at D.C. Central Kitchen Give back to the […]
Just 50 cents is all that Dr. Peter Hotez and the Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases are looking for from each GW student in their campaign to raise awareness of neglected tropical diseases.
Local children and families got a behind-the-scenes look at how some of the most beloved Muppets on the popular television show Sesame Street come to life Sunday afternoon, at an event at Lisner Auditorium. Characters Elmo, Abby Cadabby and Zoe, along with puppeteers Kevin Clash, Leslie Carrara-Rudolph and Fran Brill spoke about how they became […]
Recurring problems in City Hall, the aging former hotel-turned-residential hall, have caused some students to question the capability of the University to maintain its housing. The residential hall, converted from the former St. James Suites hotel, is composed of 189 units and houses more than 500 students, including many who said they have had major […]
The GW counseling center has seen a record number of students this year, and the increase has been mirrored across the country, according to a recent study of mental health care. Dr. John Dages, the director of the University Counseling Center, said scheduled individual appointments at the counseling center increased by 34 percent in the […]