February 17, 2011

Volume 107, Issue 43

Stories from the February 17, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Finding characters for anonymous jurors

Generic Theatre Company’s production of Reginald Rose’s “Twelve Angry Men” can be characterized by one of the play’s own lines – “Thoughts may be colored by the personalities that have them.” “Twelve Angry Men” features an ensemble cast of 12 jurors that must determine the fate of a 16-year-old boy who has been charged with […]

Woman arrested in Ivory Tower

The University Police Department arrested a homeless woman at the Ivory Tower food court Friday night, after she returned to campus after being barred from GW property in 2009. UPD officers arrested the woman at 11 p.m., UPD Chief Kevin Hay said. Hay said she was originally barred from campus in 2009 for unlawfully entering […]


The Like “Release Me” (Downtown) The Like, a ’60s style power-pop all-girl quartet from Los Angeles has come a long way from its first album, with two new members, a completely new sound and a new album, “Release Me,” released in September 2010. The band’s newfound ’60s influence is clear in all songs, especially the […]

Metro mulls late-night hour cut to save funds

Correction appended Metro is considering scaling back on late-night weekend hours to save funds and improve maintenance, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority said last week. Metro is considering shutting down service at 12 a.m. instead of 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights, which would save the agency an additional $5 million in funding per […]

Hatchet Recipes: Crab-crowned cod and red quinoa

This recipe is based on a dish that I cook at Kinkead’s. The cod is seared and topped with a rich crab imperial made of crabmeat, béchamel, mayonnaise and sherry. For my recipe, the cod sits on a bed of red quinoa, marinated in citrus, agave and soy sauce. The quinoa is sweet, vibrant and, […]

Kromah adjusting to life on the sideline

Lasan Kromah didn’t feel it when he injured his foot back in mid-November. He was on the court with his teammates that day, playing in a closed-door scrimmage against N.C. State when the ball swung his way. He caught it, took a jab step and heard a pop. He didn’t feel a thing, and he […]


Thursday A Two-State Sudan Attend a talk on the results of splitting Sudan into two separate nations. 1957 E Street, room 602 – 6:30 to 8 p.m. Friday Uprisings in Southeast Asia Hear experts discuss the similarities regarding stability between Southeast Asia and the Middle East. 1957 E Street, room 505 – 12:30 to 1:45 […]

Local flower shop closes after 32 years

Nestled below an imposing billboard for Stella Artois on 20th and I streets, Tony’s Place rests after 32 years in business. The product of hard work, hope and the worn hands of a Greek family, it seems fitting that the journey of this shop should end on Valentine’s Day. Tony Boudouvas, 76, began trading on […]

Virginia Tech survivor recounts shooting for film

Colin Goddard felt a call to action as he watched another shooting unfold on his television screen. A survivor of the Virginia Tech shooting in 2007 that left 32 students and faculty members dead, Goddard now works as a legislative director for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and is traveling across the country […]