April 5, 2010

Volume 106, Issue 53

Stories from the April 5, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Campus Calendar

Monday How to Please Your Partner Learn from a panel of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and straight students on the myriad of ways to please your partner. Marvin Center Room 308 | 8 p.m. Tuesday Kalb Report with Rupert Murdoch Rupert Murdoch, chairman and CEO of News Corporation, will discuss the future of journalism with Marvin […]

Farmers market to reopen this week

The farmers market located behind GW Hospital will reopen for the season this Wednesday, April 7. The Foggy Bottom Farmers Market, established in 2005, will stay open every Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. until Nov. 24. Though the market is opening a half hour later than it did last year, shopping options will remain […]

Christian groups host “Easter in the Yard”

Web Exclusive About 200 people attended a warm, sunny Easter in the Yard celebration Saturday afternoon, an event the Campus Ministry Association organized to emphasize the spiritual meaning of Easter. For many people, the Easter holiday triggers a nostalgic feeling of childhood surrounded by a celebrate with bunnies, chocolate, eggs and baskets in a variety […]

Baseball at Barcroft: A day’s work

Game day at Barcroft Park begins shortly after 9 a.m. for the GW baseball team, when three dozen players and coaches file out of a trio of vans to start their Saturday. Daniel Rollins, a volunteer assistant coach, is already there, holding a hose and spraying down the infield dirt. He was there around the […]

Crime Log

Destruction 3/27/10 – Lisner Auditorium – 7:30 p.m. – Case closed A staff member reported that he observed a female suspect not affiliated with GW kicking and shattering a glass door at the entrance to Lisner Auditorium. She was allegedly upset because she did not have a ticket to the night’s event and was denied […]

Women’s Tennis loses in A-10 finale

Long after all of her teammates had finished their matches and the fate of her team had been decided, GW freshman tennis player Mimi Hamling was still playing. The sun was setting and many of her teammates had ice taped to their aching bodies, but Hamling remained on the court, finishing the most fiercely contested […]

D.C. residents weigh in on Metro’s budget woes

Beltway residents packed into a Columbia Heights church Thursday to discuss remedies to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s $189.2 million budget shortfall for the 2011 fiscal year. Stacked at the back of the hall were around 50 253-page packets, which laid out the gap-closing measures proposed by Metro’s outgoing general manager John Catoe. The […]