March 10, 2011

Volume 107, Issue 49

Stories from the March 10, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Calendar

Thursday SA election results Watch the Student Association election results unfold live. Polls close at 9 p.m. Marvin Center, Continental Ballroom – 9 p.m. District’s Funniest College Competition Student comedians compete for the title of funniest college student in D.C. Marvin Center, Betts Theatre – 8 to 10 p.m. Saturday Race for Justice 5K Run […]

Candidates rally election day support

Dreary skies did not damper the first day of Student Association elections, as candidates and supporters took to H Street Wednesday in a final push for votes. Wearing colorful campaign T-shirts and handing out palm cards, candidates mingled with one another and talked with passing students about their platforms. Cory Grever, running for an undergraduate-at […]

Sex and love in print

Sexuality and love are common themes on campus – at least in GW’s longest-running student art and literary magazine, Wooden Teeth. “If you read the past issues, you will see that there is a style that GW students consistently lean towards,” editor in chief Aaron Friedman said. After a class activity inspired him, Friedman studied […]

Mall competition moves forward

Twenty-four people moved on to the second round of the National Ideas Competition for the Washington Monument Grounds, a design competition sponsored in part by GW. A steering panel including GW faculty organized the event and a jury of nine experts chose the semifinalists after reviewing more than 500 applications. The competition – which began […]

At Whit’s End: Finding new flavor in Eastern Market

It should come as no surprise to people who know me what this column is about: cheese. To those of you who don’t know me, let me just clear something up – I love cheese. Not like a, “No Strings Attached,” you’re-around-so-I-guess-you’ll-do kind of love. More of a “Brokeback Mountain,” “I wish I knew how […]

Letter to the Editor

A different opinion on Chris Clark I inducted Chris Clark into Alpha Kappa Psi when I was the fraternity’s president in spring 2009. I then believed he had the leadership potential we sought in our brothers, and I knew he had charisma. But later I learned something that is now confirmed: Clark is not an […]