Monday, April 17, 2000

Protestors descend upon GW campus

by Steven Postal

About 600 people, including a Washington Post photographer, were arrested Saturday and many more took over the streets of Foggy Bottom Sunday as International Monetary Fund and World Bank meetings began.

IMF/World Bank Protests: GW takes center stage in protests

by Ashley M. Heher

Scores of protesters from across the country swarmed onto GW's campus Sunday in an unpredictable and sometimes volatile demonstration.

Symbolic arrests highlight second day of mass IMF protests

by Francesca Di Meglio

Metropolitan Police and National Guard officers arrested peaceful protesters in front of Francis Scott Key Hall Monday, the third day in a weekend filled with rallies against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.

Protests continue in Washington as thousands parade against the World Bank

by Matt Berger

For the second straight day, the streets of Washington belonged to protesters Monday, expressing their anger at the actions of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

About one thousand protesters blocked the intersection of 20th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue for several hours after marching through the streets of the nation's capital amid rush-hour traffic. The demonstrators are in the city to vocalize their anger at the actions of the two international organizations. Protesters claim the IMF and World Bank discriminate against third-world countries in an effort to advance large corporations.

Students learn how to protest through non-violent means

by Sarah Lechner

Students from around the country learned how to become non-violent protesters this weekend, as they attended training sessions in a make-shift headquarters of protests against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.

IMF/ World Bank protests: Protesters block GAP store during weekend of unrest

by Zeb Eckert

Hundreds of protesters converged Saturday at a GAP store in the Georgetown area of D.C., calling for an end to sweatshop labor and what they believe is exploitation by the clothing manufacturer.

IMF/World Bank protests: Protesters learn to protest without violence

by Sarah Lechner

Students from around the country learned how to become non-violent protesters this weekend, as they attended training sessions in a make-shift headquarters of protests against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.

World Bank and IMF protests remain calm

by Matt Berger

Thousands of protesters took to the streets in Washington Sunday in a mass rally against the actions of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.

IMF/World Bank Protests: IMF issues hit chord with student action groups

by Sarah Lechner

Rally cries filled a Washington park Sunday afternoon, as thousands gathered to protest the meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. Many of those were college students, who have taken a strong interest in the labor practices of the two international organizations.

IMF/World Bank Protests: Protesters storm GW, cause campuswide mayhem

by Francesca Di Meglio

The stench of marijuana smoke and thick humidity hung heavy amid a flood of protesters who infiltrated GW's campus Sunday.

College students ready to protest IMF, World Bank

by Matt Berger and Sarah Lechner

Students from around the country began arriving in the nation's capital Friday, ready to protest the actions of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund during their weekend meetings.

Outside the World Bank headquarters Friday, Peter Graif, 19, sat and watched with two friends as police barricaded the building. He traveled all night from Amherst College in Massachusetts and will be spending the weekend sleeping on a gymnasium floor.

Former Post editor visits HOVA

by Tim Donnelly

School of education ranked 30th in nation

by Russ Rizzo

Students honored at awards ceremony

by Shannon Conrad

The 15th Annual Excellence in Student Life Awards

GW drug violations increase from last year

by Francesca Di Meglio

MVC students make the move

by Reshma Jhaveri

Protests affect business in local establishments

by Grant Wernick

Residence hall staff works extra hours for protests

by Kate Stepan

Protest on Ellipse draws active students, groups

by Sarah Lechner

IMF meetings present calmer side of protests

by Jay Crystal and Margaret Magee

GW Law School ranked No. 23

by Russ Rizzo

News Brief

News Brief

Job Hunting Guide: Student interns get low pay, big perks

by Theresa Crapanzano

Job Hunting Guide: Students scavenge D.C. for housing

by Deepa Avula

Job Hunting Guide: Apartment rates, demand on rise

by Ross Rapoport

Job Hunting Guide: How to Find a Job During College

Job Hunting Guide: Internet opens the door to employment

by Evan Woodward

Cartoon calamity

Celebrating the fall

University's rash reaction

by Brad Sigal

Article overlooks Blowout success

by Shweta Udeshi

Protesters raise awareness, body odor

by Otis Towns

Staff editorial - Peace reigns

GW Republicans rejected at ceremony

Disorderly drummers

Job Hunting Guide: Students learn tips to fine-tune resum?s

by Jason Steinhardt

THE COLONIAL CENTURY: The Greatest GW Teams of All Time

GW's Greatest Teams: Dynasties of the Century

GW's Greatest Teams: 10 - 1994 Women's Volleyball

GW's Greatest Teams: 9 - 1979 Baseball

GW's Greatest Teams: 8 - 1989 Men's Soccer

GW's Greatest Teams: 7 - 1936 Football

GW's Greatest Teams: 6 - 1935-1937 Men's Basketball

GW's Greatest Teams: 5 - 1994-1995 Women's Basketball

GW's Greatest Teams: 4 - 1953-1955 Men's Basketball

GW's Greatest Teams: 3 - 1996-1997 Women's Basketball

GW's Greatest Teams: 2 - 1956 Football

GW's Greatest Teams: 1 - 1992-1993 Men's Basketball

GW fifth at A-10s

by Zach Leibowitz

Signing period quiet so far for Colonials

by David Holt

Sports Briefs

Temple sweeps GW in A-10s

by Zach Leibowitz

Upcoming Games

SirValiant Brown, superstar

by David Holt

Baseball drops finale

by Sean Michael Lee

Jazzfatnastees puts soul back into R&B music

by Justin Petrone

DC Diary: We thought they were `our streets'

by Gayle Horwitz and Steven Postal

IMF/World Bank Protests: This is what democracy looks like?

by Gayle Horwitz

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