September 26, 2011

Volume 108, Issue 13

Stories from the September 26, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Coffee partnership funds clean water overseas

A cup of coffee from GDub Java now provides more than just a caffeine rush. One cup of Coffee for Water’s Haitian coffee also provides 25 liters of clean water to a child in Haiti as part of the Coffee for Water program GW joined this fall. “The idea is to expand and build a […]


Monday Hispanic Women of Excellence Renowned Latina leaders will join a panel called “Passing Down the Torch, Leading the Next Latina Generation” for its ninth appearance at the University. 1957 E Street – 6:30 p.m. Caroline Kennedy at GW Attorney and author Caroline Kennedy will discuss the historical and political legacy her father left behind […]

Patrick Rochelle: GW must promote the humanities

I’m not generally a jealous person. But as an English major, I’ve gotten used to feeling left out when it comes to the way the University allocates its priorities. It’s no secret that GW emphasizes its programs in international affairs and political science. Consider for a moment the list of hallmark speakers brought to campus […]

Lyndsey Wajert: The key to keeping rooms clean

There’s nothing like moving into a new housing assignment in the fall semester. You wonder how you’ll set up your room, where to put your favorite lamp and, why is there is a hole in the wall? With the new policy that housing programs implemented, students will come to be even more fearful of the […]

Letters to the editor

Freshman Day of Service As the Student Coordinator of this year’s Freshman Day of Service, I would like to respond to the column, “A day of service to GW’s image” (Sept. 18, Page 4). Contrary to Ali Rosenthal’s opinion, leaders were given extensive training, which included specific site and project information. All freshmen were e-mailed […]

Men’s water polo opens CWPA play with 1-2 record

With 52 seconds left in the fourth quarter against Bucknell, and the Colonials down two, sophomore Paul Deasey rocketed down the pool in hopes of scoring a last minute goal. Junior goalkeeper Cameron Illes threw the ball to Deasey in hopes of scoring during the transition to the opposite end of the pool. But as […]

Women’s soccer struggle offensively against Flames

When the Colonials walked away from the field with a 2-1 loss at the hands of Liberty Friday, they also walked away from a trend that has followed them throughout their last few matches – a struggle to put the ball in the net. GW (3-6) outshot its opponent, but was unable to capitalize on […]