Cindy Roth

Rizzo takes Hatchet reins

Junior Russ Rizzo was elected editor in chief of The GW Hatchet for the 2001-02 academic year by the newspaper’s editorial board March 10. He plans to change the perception of The Hatchet on campus, reach out to readers and gain more trust and respect from students. Rizzo, a journalism major from Atlanta, started writing […]

Pledging social responsibility

“I pledge to explore and take into account the social and environmental consequences of any job I consider and will try to improve these aspects of any organization for which I work.” Thousands of graduating seniors at more than 50 colleges nationwide are taking a pledge to consider the social and environmental aspects of their […]

DCD: No carriage, just the Metro

January 20, 2001 Omni Shoreham Hotel 8 p.m. My parents, my hairdresser, friends from home and the woman who sits at the front desk of my apartment all thought I was going to an inaugural ball. A real inaugural ball. It would take too long to explain that I would not be rubbing elbows with […]

So maybe I won’t be a millionaire

Sept. 19, 2000 Loews L’Enfant Plaza 3:05 p.m. I have been obsessed with game shows for as long as I can remember. I can vividly recall coming home from pre-school, sitting in my den and watching the Price is Right while eating a peanut butter sandwich on cinnamon raisin bread. I subscribe to the game […]

Seniors’ most memorable moments

For those seniors who are graduating, four years, for some people five, have managed to come to an end. Some will argue the time went too fast, others too slow. As seniors get ready for graduation, find real jobs and say goodbye to friends, there are some moments at GW they will never forget. Senior […]