January 18, 2011

Volume 107, Issue 34

Stories from the January 18, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Bozeman not pleased with effort in GW loss

As the first half of play wound down for the women’s basketball team Saturday night against St. Bonaventure, sophomore guard Danni Jackson limped off the court with a mild knee sprain, leaving the Colonials without their starting point guard for much of the second half. It was a costly injury for GW, but head coach […]

Phillip Ensler: Make service part of the curriculum

Yesterday’s national holiday honoring the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. provided us with an annual reminder to engage in community service. Yet for all of the GW students who participate in community service throughout the year and the roughly 500 who participated in yesterday’s MLK Day of Service, it is clear that GW […]

Gymnastics places second in opener

GW gymnastics opened up its 2011 season at home Sunday, starting strong with a second-place finish overall in the first of four home meets for the Colonials this season. The Colonials hosted the Lindsey Ferris Invitational, which featured seven teams, including two of GW’s East Atlantic Gymnastics League rivals in North Carolina and Rutgers. GW’s […]

University charges three chapters with hazing

Three Greek-life chapters were formally charged with counts of hazing, providing alcohol to minors and underage consumption of alcohol, a University official confirmed Sunday night, moving the months-long controversy one step closer to completion. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Kappa Alpha and Sigma Phi Epsilon were all issued letters outlining the violations of the Student Code […]

Diane Sawyer to appear on upcoming Kalb Report

ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer will appear as a guest on the next Kalb Report March 22. The Kalb Report is a series jointly produced by the GW Global Media Institute, Harvard University and the National Press Club. After hosting ABC’s Good Morning America for more than 10 years, Sawyer left the program in […]

Business school adds two vice deans

Students in the GW School of Business can look forward to more co-curricular activities, greater flexibility in courses and a stronger, more research-focused faculty, administrators are pledging after two vice deans were added to the school’s top leadership team. Murat Tarimcilar will serve as the vice dean of programs and education, and Sok-Hyon Kang will […]

Metro looks to replace SmarTrip

Metro is searching for vendors to develop a new, chip-enabled fare system, but a University spokeswoman said there is no prospect for a GWorld-compatible card. The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority revealed plans to create the “next generation of electronic fare payments” in a news release just before January, incorporating chip-enabled debit and credit cards […]


Tuesday Resume and cover letter writing Get a head start on your job hunt by learning to craft a professional resume and cover letter that catches potential employers’ eyes. Lunch is provided. RSVP through GWork. Career Center – 12:30 to 2 p.m. Network Roulette Students seeking a job can attend an online networking session, hosted […]

Sports in Brief

Wilson named A-10 Rookie Performer of the Week GW freshman Niccolo Wilson was named the Men’s A-10 Rookie Performer of the Week for the Atlantic 10 Conference for the second time this season. Wilson competed in six events for the Colonials at the URI Invitational, tying for second in the 100-yard freestyle and swimming the […]