February 12, 2010

Volume 106, Issue 41

Stories from the February 12, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Delays complicate SA campaign schedule

The race for the top spots in the Student Association is picking up, but this week’s snowstorms could shorten the official campaigning period. The Joint Elections Committee proposed a revised election timeline on their Web site Tuesday night that could push the candidate registration period back one week to Feb. 16 and 17, postponing “postering […]

Madeline Twomey: Banning laptops hurts the environment

As a self-proclaimed hippie – my first concert was Woodstock ’99 – my daily routine includes squeezing my toothpaste with a clothespin to make sure I get the last toothbrush’s worth, and perpetually refusing bags at CVS, even before the fee. In short: I try to live a green life. So when I walked into […]

Campus construction sites disrupted by heavy snow

This week’s record snowfall has not only wreaked havoc on the streets, causing cancellation of classes and transportation issues, but it has also created complications for construction projects around campus. Jake Stroman, a senior project manager for Boston Properties, said in an e-mail Tuesday that Square 54 construction has been affected by the recent snowfall. […]

Women’s basketball game postponed indefinitely

The GW women’s basketball home game against Richmond that was originally scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed indefinitely, the GW Department of Athletics announced. The game was originally pushed back until Thursday due to heavy snowfall expected in D.C., but was delayed until a date yet to be determined once the storm began Wednesday. The […]