October 18, 2010

Volume 107, Issue 19

Stories from the October 18, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

At Whit’s End Thunder Burger & Bar: Rock attitude served on a roll

I’m playing a guessing game with myself. How many leather items are in this room? There are the leather menus, the leather booth I’m sitting in and the leather-upholstered chairs with spikes jutting from the top. By the time I get to the all-leather bar stools, I’ve lost count. From the graffiti-adorned walls to the […]

Sports In Brief

Hogan places fourth in season debut at Penn State Women’s cross-country senior Megan Hogan placed fourth out of 304 runners Saturday at the Penn State National Invitational in State College, Penn. Hogan completed the race in 20:36, just 13 seconds behind winner Sheila Reid of Villanova. The race was Hogan’s first of the year as […]

GW drops two to Charlotte and Saint Louis

The GW men’s soccer team came into the weekend with a pair of home games on the schedule, looking for its first Atlantic 10 victory of the season. The Colonials had chances in both games, but ultimately fell twice on the weekend, 2-0 to No. 23 Charlotte (NSCAA/HendrickCars.com) Friday and 1-0 against Saint Louis Sunday. […]

Staff Editorial: Thumbs Up/ Thumbs Down

Thumbs up: Basketball is back! Friday’s Colonial Invasion marked the official start of basketball season, and we can’t believe it is that time of the year again. We look forward to the next few months of rallies, rivalries and, hopefully, victories. Thumb Sideways: Student tickets for Obama event.Actually, not really When GW hosts a presidential […]

Colonials Invasion rocks renovated Smith Center

Strobe lights flickered across the crowd as fog billowed out onto the court. The cheers of GW fans at Colonials Invasion 2010 echoed in the rafters of the Smith Center, but public address announcer David Earl was unimpressed. “Make them hear it in Georgetown,” he ordered the crowd, which met his challenge by yelling, cheering […]

Phillip Ensler: Conversation, not complacency

I had a very pleasant dream this week. I dreamt that being gay no longer made a person a subject of hateful acts and feelings of inferiority. But that was not the reality I woke up to. Recent events across the country reminded me of the terror lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals still face. […]

Volleyball tops Temple at home

After watching his team lose a two-set lead in a five-set loss to Duquesne two weeks ago, women’s volleyball head coach Jojit Coronel knew his team had changes to make if it was going to be successful in the Atlantic 10. “I think the attitude on the team [now] is a little bit different,” Coronel […]

Peter Konwerski: How GW can help you get that A

Now that midterms are upon us, I wanted to take this opportunity to make you aware of programs we believe put an expanded focus on your academic success. As we continue to collaborate with partners in the academic affairs and advising offices, I wanted you to be fully aware of these resources and urge you […]

Being heard in Gelman

Ever wonder who was behind the cartoon face staring at you – and challenging you to draw a mustache – inside the bathrooms of Gelman Library? That caricature belongs to the library’s student liaison, Jenny Wiley. “The mustache contest was a lighthearted way of getting people’s attention,” Wiley, who is a master’s student in museum […]