September 7, 2010

Volume 107, Issue 7

Stories from the September 7, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Coworkers remember two employees who passed away

Two well-liked GW employees passed away last month. Fredrick Ross, director of audio-visual logistics services in the School of Business, died Aug. 10. He was 63. April Clarke, an executive office aide in the International Services Office, died Aug. 22. She was 34. Ross, who was born in Biloxi, Miss., in 1947, was an employee […]

GW sports weekend roundup

Women’s Volleyball The women’s volleyball team went 2-1 over the weekend in the UVa Holiday Inn Jefferson Cup, splitting its Friday games with a loss to Liberty and a win over Florida before topping tournament-host Virginia Saturday. GW placed second in the tournament overall, falling in a tiebreaker to the Cavaliers, whose 8-2 sets record […]

GW graduate runs for seat in Maryland

Correction appended Kyle Lierman may be the top fundraiser in the Democratic primary campaign for a seat in Maryland’s House of Delegates, but less than a year ago, the 23-year-old candidate was just a normal, politically charged student studying on GW’s Foggy Bottom Campus. After spending a few weeks following his December 2009 graduation volunteering […]

Campus Calendar

Tuesday Auditions for Emocapella Showcase your singing talents for Emocapella, a co-ed a capella group. Phillips Hall basement 8 p.m. Conflict Resolution Forum: Bowling Night Bowl with the Elliott School graduate student org., $4.50 per person. Marvin Center Hippodrome 7:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday Wacky Wednesday Learn how to get involved in the Multicultural Greek […]

Analysis: SEAS leads in hiring percentage

Over the past three years, the School of Engineering and Applied Science has hired 24 new faculty members, amounting to one-third of the full-time faculty members in SEAS, according to data given to The GW Hatchet by the Office of the Provost. University President Steven Knapp has long-hoped GW will become a premier research institution. […]

A presidential perspective

At colleges and universities across America, students are heading into the classroom, many for the first time. You’re taking part in a journey that will not only determine your future, but the future of this country. We know, for example, that nearly eight in ten new jobs will require workforce training or higher education by […]

Colonial Quest sends students around the District

Spandex, running shorts, headbands, knee-high decorated socks, colorful running shoes and vivid t-shirts were all on display at GW’s third annual Colonial Quest. Decked out in wacky, yet sporty, apparel, students joined together in Kogan Plaza Friday night to compete in the scavenger hunt-style race around D.C. Hatchet Video With a map of the District […]

Alcohol transport cases rise 14 percent

Correction appended The number of students transported to the GW Hospital for alcohol-related incidents increased nearly 14 percent last year3. Two-hundred and seventy-one students were transported to the hospital during the 2009-2010 academic year, said Tara Pereira, the assistant dean of students and director of Student Judicial Services. In the 2008-2009 academic year, EMeRG transported […]

Steep costs lead local students to International Colonial Inauguration

While Colonial Inauguration is an experience in which all members of the GW community are required to participate, some students found that the travel expenses to get there this summer were too much to shell out for the orientation program. Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on a plane ticket to fly cross-country for less […]