November 1, 2010

Volume 107, Issue 23

Stories from the November 1, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Sex Column: An endless string of Eskimos

Despite GW’s 20,000-plus students, I frequently find myself coming across exes. Whether they are former girlfriends or recent hookups, they are everywhere. The “it’s a small world after all” feel is inescapable. But even more awkward than these run-ins are the Eskimo brothers that I have accumulated as a result. For those who are unaware […]

Justin Guiffr&eacute: Dining still needs a fix

The other day I found myself in every upperclassman’s worst nightmare: I was hungry and heading to a meeting in the Marvin Center. You can imagine the rest of the story. Reluctantly, I wandered into J Street, trying with all my willpower to remain optimistic. “It must have gotten better,” I told myself. “Surely after […]

Construction near E St. disturbs residents

Students living on E and F streets may wake up to the sound of jackhammers, as HITT Contracting began tearing down a parking structure at 515 20th St. last week. University officials said in September they were working with the developer of the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel – which will be built on the location […]

Dayton hands volleyball fourth straight loss

The women’s volleyball team knew coming in that Sunday’s match against No. 17 Dayton (Bison/AVCA) was not going to be a walk in the park. The Colonials had faced the Flyers on the road just over a week earlier, riding a five-match win streak and in sole possession of second place in the Atlantic 10. […]

Global Media Institute honored

A GW Global Media Institute-produced radio program has been named one of the best in the world, the second year in a row the institute has won the distinction. Staffed partly by GW students, “This Just In!” won a silver medal in the New York Festivals International Radio Awards’ history category. Partnered with the Newseum […]

Sports In Brief

Both the men’s and women’s squash teams began their ninth season of existence as a Division I sport Friday night, hoping to repeat the success they each had last season, when both teams were ranked among the top 20 teams in the country. Both teams seemingly picked up where they left off last season, dominating […]

Alumni vie for seats in Congress

Seven GW alumni are up for re-election Nov. 2, and one alumnus is seeking his first term in the U.S. Senate. Many of the politicians are in tight, attention-grabbing races that are expected to dramatically change the makeup of Congress come Election Day. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., who graduated from the GW Law School in […]

GW looks to create temp agency

Looking for work? GW may soon be able to help you go from unemployed to employed – at least temporarily. A proposal for a University-wide temp agency will be presented to University President Steven Knapp and other senior staff in March. Headed by the Innovation Task Force, the temp agency would essentially hire students to […]

D.C. grads incur most debt in U.S.

College students in D.C. carry a higher level of debt upon graduation than any other students in the country. Students in the District graduate with an average of $30,033 in debt, more than double the debt load students in Utah – the state with the least amount of student debt – leave school with, the […]

Calendar

Monday The Politico-GW Battleground Poll Election Eve Preview Experts will discuss the results of the latest Battleground Poll and predict midterm election results. Jack Morton Auditorium  6 p.m. Tuesday Election Night Watch Parties Join Program Board, the College Democrats and the College Republicans for free food and games while watching the midterm election results. […]