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AN INDEPENDENT STUDENT NEWSPAPER SERVING THE GW COMMUNITY SINCE 1904

The GW Hatchet

Serving the GW Community since 1904

The GW Hatchet

It’s Monday…

Midterm season is almost over! Here are some events this week to enjoy after that last big test:

• Jewish wisdom never wears out. Catch some of the best Jewish authors at the tail end of The Hyman S. & Freda Bernstein Jewish Literary Festival, ending this Wednesday. This week’s presentations include Jerry Muller’s “Capitalism and the Jews” and Jessica Jiji’s “Sweet Dates in Basra.
• Ready for some pre-Halloween fright? The National Museum of Crime and Punishment holds its annual “Fright at the Museum: Dead Men Walking.” Visitors just might experience paranormal encounters with the victims of those put to death by “Old Smokey,” the Tennessee electric chair in which 125 men met their ends. Tickets go for $20.

How about some good- and spooky- news for Halloween Week?

Several scary releases are now showing in nearby theaters, including Paranormal Activity 2, Hereafter, Case 39, My Soul to Take, and Devil.

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