Metro officials will reroute some Blue Line trains to free up space for the traffic-heavy Orange Line, a change the transit agency announced last week. The changes would divert six Blue Line trains down the Yellow Line instead, a move that Metro officials say will improve passengers’ access to the District’s downtown area. In turn, […]
October 17, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 19
Stories from the October 17, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Alexi Murdoch Sixth & I Historic Synagogue Oct. 18 Alexi Murdoch is one of the few artists who has managed to remain a hermit in spite of achieving critical and commercial successes. His song “Orange Sky” has been featured in countless teen dramas, like “Dawson’s Creek” and “The O.C.,” and also gained a prominent spot […]
Comedian Bill Maher had a warning for all those entering the Smith Center Saturday night: “It’s going to get worse.” “Folks, get that stick right out of your ass,” he advised the sold-out audience at the start of his sole Colonials Weekend show. The political commentator famed for walking the line between sarcastic and sardonic […]
A senior administrator will step into a newly combined role as the dean of both the College of Professional Studies and of the Virginia Science and Technology Campus. Ali Eskandarian, the senior associate dean for strategic initiatives and research in CPS, will replace Kathleen Burke as dean of the college beginning in January, and will […]
Incidents of expulsion and suspension were cut in half last academic year, a decrease University administrators attribute to a more flexible alcohol policy. Fourteen students were suspended and four were expelled during the 2010-2011 academic year, according to data compiled by the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities – the offshoot of Student Judicial Services […]
A search process is underway for the University’s first leader for a cross-disciplinary global women’s institute. Barbara Miller, associate dean for faculty affairs in the Elliott School of International Affairs and head of the search committee, expects the institute to be “a world leader” in research, education and public engagement on global women’s issues. “There […]
Imagine if all it took to give charity was eating a multi-course meal from Georgetown’s finest restaurants. The Taste of Georgetown event made this a reality for the 18th year Saturday. With over 40 restaurants and featuring over 60 dishes, this year’s event was the largest yet and included jazz performances and wine and beer […]
Monday Broken Politics, Mixed up Media The School of Media and Public Affairs will host a conversation about the poor state of American politics with CNN correspondent Dana Bash, former congressmen Robert Bennett and Harold Ford, Jr. and professor John Sides. Jack Morton Auditorium – 6:30 p.m. Black Light Kickball Teams of students will compete […]
Forty-eight years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, thousands flocked to the National Mall Sunday for the dedication of a memorial to the civil rights activist.