April 7, 2011

Volume 107, Issue 54

Stories from the April 7, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Baseball bested in extra innings

Time and time again Wednesday afternoon, a GW batter stepped up to the plate with the chance to drive in the winning run. After allowing George Mason to tie the game in the top of the seventh inning, the Colonials managed to move the go-ahead run into scoring position in five of the remaining six […]

Majority of schools out of compliance with tenure rules

The majority of GW’s schools and colleges are out of compliance with University tenure requirement policies, pushing the respective schools to create new positions or launch new recruitment programs to come into compliance by 2012. The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, as well as all […]

University to split, reform Student Judicial Services

The University will split Student Judicial Services into two offices before this fall, diverting cases dealing with minor violations to one body and more serious offenses to another, a top administrator said Tuesday. The division is the result of a yearlong reform effort to make the student judicial process more transparent and educational, and less […]

Community relations spot to lie vacant

A week before GW’s current head of community relations is slated to leave his role, a top University official said GW has yet to determine who will permanently replace the assistant vice president. Vice President of External Relations Lorraine Voles said the University will not be able to hire a permanent successor before Michael Akin, […]

Law, medical school speakers announced

A former treasury secretary and the co-founder of a medical charity will speak at the GW Law School and the School of Medicine and Health Sciences graduation ceremonies this May. John William Snow, who graduated from the GW Law School in 1967, served as the 73rd U.S. secretary of the treasury from 2003 to 2006 […]

Pizza joint to open on 21st and L streets

Naked Pizza, an all-natural New Orleans-based restaurant, will open a new location in the Foggy Bottom area in late May. The business, focused on serving up healthy pizza options, will open a store at the Winston House at 2140 L Street, along with five other D.C.-area locations expected to open up in the coming months. […]

Learning to fight back

As his attacker advanced, University Police Department Capt. Michael Glaubach shoved a finger into the assailant’s ear and thrusted the attacker’s head backwards. As the assailant fell back, Glaubach stopped to explain how this simple move could help women stave off a sexual assault. Glaubach taught six women techniques to prevent attacks in a three-hour […]


An itchy situation It was the Fourth of July and I came to D.C. to visit friends for the weekend. We went to Georgetown and drank a little too much. I ended up dancing with this guy, which led to us hooking up. We decided to walk home together, but about halfway out the door, […]

Sports in Brief

Upcoming Games Softball at Fordham New York City Friday, 3 p.m. Women’s Tennis Atlantic 10 Tournament Charlottesville, VA. Friday, Saturday, Sunday Women’s Lacrosse at Temple Philadelphia Friday, 3:30 p.m. Baseball vs. Canisius Arlington, Va. Saturday, 12 p.m. Men’s and Women’s Rowing GW Invitational Regatta Washington, D.C. Saturday and Sunday, all day Number Crunch: 12 The […]