GW’s Sigma Chi fraternity was awarded the prestigious J. Dwight Peterson Award this year, making it one of three Sigma Chi chapters nationwide to be awarded the distinction this year.
August 26, 2010
Volume 107, Issue 4
Stories from the August 26, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Caught up in the campaign fervor surrounding the November midterm elections, senior Moses Weisberg made a choice. Instead of returning to campus this fall to begin his senior year, he’ll be trading a semester of college for the opportunity to be in the middle of the political action this election season. Weisberg is working on […]
Thursday Graduate Student Services Fair Learn about the resources available to graduate students. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday G-Dub First Night Colonial NightCap and GWise host a kick-off event for students with free food, bowling, billiards, laser tag and dancing. Marvin Center 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Move-in begins Move-in for […]
Dear Chief Hay, In an Aug. 16th Hatchet article, you noted that one of your primary goals is to learn UPD’s strengths and weaknesses and act accordingly. While we don’t presume to know more than your new department, The Hatchet’s editorial board considered your plan and has compiled a list of areas in which UPD […]
Colin MacDonald was in tears. Sitting at home in the suburbs of Los Angeles he realized Proposition 8, an amendment to California’s State Constitution recognizing marriage as a union of man and woman, had passed and tears were all he could muster. Growing up in California, the junior knew the process of obtaining marriage equality […]
Affinity Lab Affinity Lab is an “entrepreneurial dream and action space” serving as shared office space for local businesses, non-profits and budding artists. The Lab occasionally hosts exhibit openings, live concerts, readings, films and other artistic performances. There are two locations: 2451 18th Street and 920 U Street. For more information and an events calendar […]
The Rookie There are a lot of exciting firsts that come with freshman year, but you definitely don’t want May to come around without these being some of them. Don’t wait until senior year to get to know your city. There’s a lot more to D.C. than Foggy Bottom and Georgetown. Check out U Street […]
I distinctly remember the first time that I was told no after returning home from college. It was winter break and my friend Kasey, whom I hadn’t seen since last summer, was having a party. I asked my parents if I could go and they responded, point blank, “No.” I’m pretty sure that my mouth […]
The incoming GW Law School first-year class came from the most selective applicant pool the admissions committee has ever considered, an official in the school said in August. The incoming class has a 3.79 mean GPA, up .02 from the class that entered in 2009. “This is a record year for the law school,” said […]
The Metropolitan Police Department said it made a key arrest in late July concerning an uptick in iPhone thefts, and police said the suspect could be linked to other iPhone thefts in the area. MPD Commander Matthew Klein told The Hatchet that the suspect – who was involved in a recent iPhone theft – is […]