Samie Cloutier’s statistics might tell very little, but she’s GW’s best bet to stop a charging opposing forward from getting a clean shot on goal.
October 20, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 20
Stories from the October 20, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Junior libero Candace Silva-Martin refuses to settle for mediocrity. Every time she throws on her game jersey, a different color than the rest of her teammates’ because of her position, Silva-Martin enters the court and leaves the possibility of failure behind. As a walk-on freshman, Silva-Martin appeared in every set and was named to the […]
An empty bowl has more significance for a D.C. dance company than the meal. Dana Tai Soon Burgess uses the circular dish to convey the emotional separation, adoption and growth of his lead performer in the recent dance production, “Becoming American.” Premiering this past weekend, the show took place Dance Place in Northeast D.C. and […]
Nit-picky Starbucks patrons, Japanese cab rides and childhood corporal punishment. Welcome to the never cohesive, often irreverent and perennially hysterical world of author and humorist David Sedaris. Addressing a full house at Lisner Auditorium Monday night, Sedaris sardonically chronicled a series of life narratives, from his experiences with overseas dentistry to his various qualms with […]
The University is undergoing a series of changes that require strong leadership at the upper-most level.
When Sarah Tynen spent a year abroad in Nanjing, China, she was disturbed to learn the government was demolishing villages to pave the way for new buildings and businesses. Urban redevelopment, as she called it, has displaced citizens and destroyed ancient cultures across the country. This year, Tynen is one of 16 recent graduates to […]
It’s cold and flu season, and it seems like the whole campus is starting to come down with the seasonal sniffles. Despite the good Student Health Service does, there’s a stigma that surrounds heading to GW’s health center because it is believed to be inadequate. The University should respond to the wealth of student complaints […]
Visions of scientific prestige and research will begin to take form when University officials break ground on the Science and Engineering Hall Thursday. Faculty and administrators are hinging their hopes that the four-year construction project will unify and improve GW’s science and engineering programs through upgraded resources and a heightened ability to attract high-quality students […]