May 10, 2010

Volume 107, Issue 1

Stories from the May 10, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Men’s basketball coach departs for DePaul

Brian Ellerbe, who has been an assistant coach for the GW men’s basketball team since last July, will leave to take the same position at DePaul University in Chicago, the coach announced last Thursday. Ellerbe, who has previously been a head coach at Michigan and at Loyola -Maryland., will join the staff of new Blue […]

Crime Log

Assault 4/30/2010 – Public property on campus – 2:01 a.m. – Case closed University Police responded to a report of a possible fight. Officers made contact with a student who said he was hit in the face after a verbal altercation with a subject, who had fled the scene before officers arrived. No identifiable subjects […]

Campus Calendar

Monday Telling the Untold Stories SMPA and the Pulitzer Center will screen the winning videos from “YouTube: Project Report,” a contest for aspiring journalists covering underreported issues. Jack Morton Auditorium | 6 p.m. Tuesday Hike and Wine Join TRAiLS for a morning hike through a Virginia state park, accompanied by a group wine tasting at […]

Former first lady discusses new memoir

Former first lady Laura Bush discussed memories from her childhood, her courtship with former President George W. Bush and the causes she continues to fight for Thursday night in front of a packed Lisner Auditorium. Bush traveled to Lisner to promote her new memoir, “Spoken From the Heart,” which was officially released May 4. The […]

GW not ranked in Princeton Review’s green guide

Despite an increased emphasis on sustainability and the creation of an Office of Sustainability last fall, GW was not listed in the Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges released April 20. The guide acknowledges colleges that boast green features, such as buildings certified as environmentally friendly, carbon emission reducing plans and green parks – […]

Senior Stories: Scout Seide: A devoted director

“People say that everything you need to know, you learn in kindergarten,” graduating senior Scout Seide said. “But everything I learned, I learned in student theater.” Knowing all her life she wanted to pursue theater, Seide has been in GW’s student theater program since the first week of her freshman year. “I found my niche […]

Bernard Pollack: Use your time off to see the real Africa

GW taught me many things, but one of the most important lessons I learned was to look beyond the classroom. From taking advantage of D.C. through internships or employment, choosing from nearly a hundred countries for study abroad programs, or through involvement in student groups and organizations, GW offers us countless ways to apply what […]