Sen. Roland Burris, D-Ill., briefly spoke to the College Democrats Wednesday evening before rushing out to take part in congressional vote, possibly the last of his Senate career. “I have to go vote now,” Burris said. “This may be my last time on the Senate floor.” Before the event, Burris waited in the Marvin Center […]
September 30, 2010
Volume 107, Issue 14
Stories from the September 30, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The widely touted emergency blue light phones across GW’s Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses remain underused, according to an analysis by The Hatchet. The lights – which allow students to signal the University Police Department to respond to on-campus emergencies – were activated 463 times during the last fiscal year according to University data, […]
Students recording rough demos on their laptops this semester may not be aware that they now have free access to a brand-new recording studio at West Hall on the Mount Vernon Campus. Senior Martin MacAlister, who has run a smaller recording studio at Mitchell Hall since 2008, is excited to explore his vision for the […]
In a discussion punctuated by questions of governmental accountability and financial feasibility, senior officials from the Obama administration explained the importance of a non-partisan and cross-agency approach to global development Tuesday afternoon. As part of the 2010 U.S. Global Leadership Coalition Washington Conference, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and Secretary […]
Walking home from Gelman late at night, one may not feel in danger per se, but the situation can be somewhat unnerving. The occasional passerby, car or UPD officer provide a comforting feeling, but a commonly recognized symbol of campus safety among many college students is the blue light system. The blue light system is […]
Two GW students were arrested in separate drug-related incidents over the weekend, both charged with possession of a controlled substance and one with the intent to distribute.
Now that Vincent Gray won the Washington, D.C., Democratic mayoral primary – making him the District’s presumptive mayor come January – the question or challenge is how will he turn his campaign promise of “One City” into a governing reality? Gray, ever aware of the socioeconomic and racial tensions in D.C., made overcoming such divisions […]
Theft 9/20/2010 – Time unknown Location: Marvin Center Case closed A staff member reported to the University Police Department that an employee admitted to taking cash from her office. A UPD investigator interviewed the guilty party and the employee was terminated from GW. Subject barred from campus Indecent Exposure 9/24/2010 – 2:59 a.m. Location: Thurston […]
If you’ve been in D.C. for longer than a weekend, you’ve likely noticed the fleet of 15 food trucks swarming the District. Armed with a wide range of foods, these restaurants-on-wheels have captured the heart of a city that has been held captive by hot dog carts and Potbelly for too long. But behind the […]
In a conversation with the College Republicans Wednesday, former Sen. Norm Coleman discussed the causes of and solutions to the country’s current political problems and how the Republicans will fare during the elections this November. Coleman was a senator from Minnesota from 2002 to 2008. He lost his 2008 reelection to comedian and former Saturday […]