March 8, 2010

Volume 106, Issue 48

Stories from the March 8, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

In Brief: Women’s tennis takes down Saint Joseph’s at home

Despite chilly temperatures, the gleaming sun and breezes that could wreak havoc on the ball, the GW women’s tennis team rebounded from a Friday loss to beat Saint Joseph’s 6-1 Saturday in the team’s first outdoor match of the year. The Colonials were off to a good start Saturday, winning the doubles point handedly. No. […]

‘Get Gelman Going’ group seeks library renovations

Correction appended At some point in many students’ careers, he or she looks up from a pile of overzealously highlighted textbooks, crumpled stacks of loose leaf, and haphazardly strewn empty Starbucks cups and realizes he or she has been holed up in Gelman Library for the better part of a week. But even with the […]

Men’s basketball ready for return to A-10 tournament

PHILADELPHIA – Before doing so more than a week ago, the GW men’s basketball team hadn’t qualified for the Atlantic 10 men’s basketball tournament since winning it in 2007. So when the Colonials travel to Dayton next Tuesday for their first-round game against the Flyers, it will be uncharted territory for all but three members […]

300 more apply for GW housing

The iHousing lottery system received about 300 more applications than last year, with Ivory Tower and The Dakota as students’ most popular choices, a GW Housing Programs official said this week. Director of GW Housing Programs Seth Weinshel said the application numbers – particularly the popularity of The Dakota – were expected. “The number of […]

Rabbi ousted from GW Hospital holds rally

Web Exclusive Supporters of a GW Hospital rabbi who was fired last summer rallied in her support on Friday in front of the GW Hospital, demanding that Rabbi Tamara Miller be reinstated as the head of spiritual care at the hospital. Miller will soon be filing a wrongful termination complaint, her attorney Lynne Bernabei said […]

University to request construction permit for underground parking center

Web Exclusive GW will request to begin construction on the underground parking portion of the new Law Learning Center with D.C.’s Office of Zoning next month, a University official said Thursday. At last week’s meeting of the GW/Community Advisory Committee held at St. Mary’s Court, the committee told neighbors about the proposed underground parking facility […]

Campus Calendar

Monday Not your grandmother’s book club Join other fans of chick lit during a book discussion and swap. Marvin Center Amphitheatre | 12 to 2 p.m. Tuesday From Internment Camps to the Front Lines Listen to war stories from Japanese-Americans who fought for the U.S. during World War II while their families were in internment […]

Juniors use candidate to show SA’s lighter side

As Student Association candidates gathered in the Marvin Center Feb. 25, clustered with their teams of supporters and anxiously awaiting election results, one man’s success created a unifying cheer throughout the room. With the announcement that Steve Holt was elected as a write-in candidate to Senior Class Council, proverbial party lines were crossed as the […]