April 25, 2011

Volume 107, Issue 59

Stories from the April 25, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Staff Editorial: GW Report Card

Athletic Marketing: A By all accounts, the search for the new athletic director went smoothly, and we expect that Patrick Nero will be an effective successor to Jack Kvancz. The GW Athletics review had two constructive open forums, and GW’s administration – minus the review’s leaders – seemed to be well-represented. Additionally, marketing for GW […]

Sports in Brief

Baseball swept by La Salle in weekend series GW baseball extended its losing streak to seven this weekend when the Colonials were swept in a three-game series by La Salle. Despite GW’s (10-30, 3-9 A-10) ninth-inning rally, the Explorers handed them a 7-6 loss Thursday. Redshirt senior Bobby Lucas, Jr., pitched five and two-thirds innings […]


Monday Worldviews of Rising Powers Join a foreign policy discussion with journalists, professors, government officials and researchers. 1957 E Street, City View Room – 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday Love is Louder Block Party Grab free food and watch performances at an event to raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention. Kogan Plaza […]

Men’s rowing wins three of four in tri-program meet

Head coach Mark Davis’ team saw success on the water Saturday, winning three of four races, but it was the day’s one loss that Davis fixated upon at the meet’s end. Saturday’s race was a three-program meet, pitting the Colonials against Rutgers and Georgetown, with GW and the Hoyas competing for the top two slots […]

University earns green praises, rankings

Earth Day brought the University accolades and new benchmarks, earning GW a spot in a national review of green colleges for its accelerated efforts to instill green practices and principles on campus. The Princeton Review recognized GW as one of the “311 greenest colleges” in the nation, commending the University’s environmentally related policies, activities and […]

Corey Jacobson: The columnist’s dilemma

My friends like to joke about me being a columnist. If anyone crosses me, they say I’ll write them up in a Hatchet column. 4-RIDE takes too long? Column. I find a fly in my food at WOW? Column. Someone didn’t read my column? Column. Of course, that’s not how The Hatchet operates, and it […]

University silent on new federal sexual assault guidelines

University officials are still reviewing how new sexual assault guidelines will affect GW policies, three weeks after the Department of Education issued a letter to schools explaining their obligations under the gender equality law Title IX. Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan issued a 19-page “Dear Colleague” letter under the umbrella […]

Logan Dobson: What I know after four years at GW

I’ve never really understood our University’s admissions slogan. I came to visit campus for the first time as a senior in high school and, emblazoned on the visitor’s packet were those three magical words: “Something Happens Here.” Which I thought was silly. After all, something happens everywhere. And it’s not as if GW made any […]

Notes of diversity

Lucky Dub was formed in D.C., but the band’s musical influences and members are not defined by the District. About to set off on a show-filled summer, the funk-inspired band has certainly come a long way from playing at Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house parties. The diverse 11-member band – with strong foundations in reggae […]