October 11, 2010

Volume 107, Issue 17

Stories from the October 11, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Former press secretaries share stories

Former White House press secretary Marlin Fitzwater said he had two rules during his tenure: Cave early and often, and grovel if you have to. Thursday night Fitzwater and Dana Perino, an adjunct faculty member in the GW Graduate School of Political Management, shared memories from their terms as the face of the White House. […]

Bradley Dlatt: Something happens here, but when?

Over the past seven days, GW has played host to Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, Grammy-nominated comedic author David Sedaris, State Department spokesperson P.J. Crowley, New York Times columnist Bob Herbert and former White House press secretaries Dana Perino and Marlin Fitzwater. Pretty incredible, isn’t it? These events showcase a […]

Women’s soccer wins seventh straight

After watching her game-winning goal sail past Richmond goalkeeper Melissa Pacheco late Saturday afternoon, sophomore Adriana Moya ran to her teammates, rushing to celebrate GW’s 1-0 win over the Spiders and the overtime goal that had ended the game. After seven straight wins, it’s a feeling the Colonials and their head coach Tanya Vogel are […]

Calendar

Monday An Evening with Jane Goodall Celebrate the legacy of Jane Goodall at this event, featuring the presentation of the Jane Goodall Global Leadership Awards. Lisner Auditorium  6:30 p.m. Tuesday UPD Self-Defense Class Learn basic physical self-defense training at a free class sponsored by the University Police Department. Ivory Tower Common Room  5 […]

Logan Dobson: The costs of lower printing costs

At first glance, reducing the cost of printing makes a lot of sense – or cents? Everyone wishes printing was cheaper, everyone hates having to swipe their money away, and it seems easy to cut this 9 cent fee down. But really, the idea of cutting just about any fee at this University comes down […]

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awards GW a $4.25 million grant

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded the GW Cancer Institute a $4.25 million grant last month to help improve the health outcomes and quality of life for cancer survivors. In partnership with the American Cancer Society, the five-year grant will finance the creation of a National Cancer Resource Center, which will offer support […]

SA senators seek to lower printing costs

Capitalizing on their access to key administrators, three Student Association senators are looking to make printing cheaper for students. Sen. Charlie Rybak, U-At large, introduced the “GW Gutenberg Plan” – named after Johannes Gutenberg, who invented the first printing press with moveable type – that outlines ways to reduce printing costs at the SA Senate […]

University reevaluates e-mail policies after gaffe

The University is reevaluating its rules governing listserv e-mails after an unauthorized e-mail was sent to thousands of students, alerting them to a new University policy requiring students to pay for damages done to the common areas in residence halls. The e-mail, sent at about 4 p.m. Friday to 7,200 students, was not approved by […]