Evan Woodward

Column: War is not the answer

As the last of us finish licking and stamping envelopes to send to the IRS, mailing away our annual chunk of change to the U.S. government, it is crucial to consider the connections between our personal finances and the recently declared war on terrorism. This weekend will be alive with demonstrations against U.S. militarism abroad, […]

Op-Ed: Police pose danger, not protesters

It is important to focus on the issues surrounding World Bank and International Monetary Fund policies as the demonstrations against the organizations draw near. But the recent decision by the University to shut down for five days during the planned demonstrations and Monday’s Hatchet staff editorial (“Closing campus”) citing “protester violence” as a reason to […]

Forum: Bush endangers climate

George W. Bush rode into office on the backs of five Supreme Court justices with the nickname “Governor Death” draped about him like a Miss America pageant sash. Now, with his recent decision to pull out of the Kyoto Protocol, he has proven that he is an even more deadly threat to the American people […]

Forum: Why protest Bush?

This Saturday, you can help change history forever. Not since Richard Nixon’s 1973 inauguration will so many people protest the election of a president. The protests will culminate the movement made visible in demonstrations against the World Trade Organization in Seattle. While it is distressing that a society that embraces the peace movement of the […]

Job Hunting Guide: Internet opens the door to employment

For many GW students, the year doesn’t end with finals. A summer without class means opportunities to acquire extra income and added experience for a future career. Increasingly, college students are turning to Internet resources to find openings for jobs and internships that provide such opportunities. Finding a job, once a tedious, paperwork-laden process, is […]

Just like starting over

Sophomore Jason Smith is looking to rebound and establish himself in the GW men’s basketball lineup after an early end to his rookie season at GW. He started his comeback Tuesday night with a 2-for-3 shooting performance for four points and four rebounds (three offensive) in 13 minutes of play. The lanky 6-8 forward missed […]

D.C. Diary: Midnight Rage

November 1, 199910 p.m.Tower Records A small city sprang up around 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue Tuesday night. Hundreds of fans of the band Rage Against the Machine began lining up outside Tower Records and the collection of shops at 2000 Penn as early as six hours before the group’s scheduled midnight appearance. By 10 p.m., the […]