November 15, 2010

Volume 107, Issue 27

Stories from the November 15, 2010 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Ryan Last: Highlighting the reasons to fix Gelman

Gelman Library is the only building on campus in dire need of repair that is being completely ignored by the University. And its despair shocks me every time I pass through the turnstiles. Gelman is not a top priority for the University, but renovating the Mount Vernon Campus’ academic space, adding a multi-million dollar Science […]

Froggy Bottom Pub looks to extend weekend hours

The popular Froggy Bottom Pub is lobbying community members to extend the pub’s weekend hours until 3 a.m. The restaurant portion of the pub is open until 11 p.m. nightly and the bar closes at 2 a.m., but with later hours, the pub could continue service and carryout on the main floor. At the Foggy […]

Sports in Brief

Hogan earns bid to NCAA Championship next weekend Senior women’s cross-country runner Megan Hogan finished third Sunday at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship in State College, Pa., qualifying her for the NCAA Championship meet next Saturday in Terre Haute, Ind. The Colonials senior completed the 6K course in 19:58, 38 seconds faster than her time […]

ANC seeks delay in school remodeling

Correction appended A community group is asking the District to hold off on choosing a developer for Stevens Elementary School because neighbors are concerned their voices won’t be heard. The city is vetting six bidders for the historic elementary school, located at 21st and K streets, but West End residents are requesting that the meeting […]

Jimmy Carter book reading rescheduled

The postponed book reading with former President Jimmy Carter in Lisner Auditorium has been rescheduled for Nov. 29, though in an alternate venue in the District. Carter will read excerpts from his new book “White House Diary” and discuss details of his presidency during a reading at the Lincoln Theatre on U Street. Carter was […]

W. basketball falls twice in Minneapolis

On the eve of the opening game of the season for the women’s basketball team, the stage was set for the Colonials to announce their return with an experienced and healthy roster after an injury-plagued 2009-2010 season. Instead, GW fell flat in its debut, losing twice in the Best Buy Classic in Minnesota, first against […]

Colonials drop final game, miss A-10 tournament

Just one win. That’s all the volleyball team needed to clinch its spot in the Atlantic 10 Tournament. A single victory in any one of GW’s final eight games and Sunday’s home game against Xavier wouldn’t have marked the end of the season for the Colonials. Instead, GW lost to Xavier, like it did against […]

Logan Dobson: A right to drink what we want

Four Loko is an exceptionally efficient beverage. It has as much alcohol in one brightly colored can as five light beers. It has as much caffeine as two cups of coffee. At a single party at Central Washington University, nine students were hospitalized after overconsuming the potent beverage. Truly an awful beverage. Dangerous, ubiquitous and […]

Bradley Dlatt: Young voters can’t be silent in future elections

In the months leading up to the 2010 midterm elections, we heard many times over what is at stake for the country. An endless number of politicians told us through e-mail, Facebook and cheesy TV ads that this election was a referendum on our future. The question college students should have been asking, however, was […]