November 24, 1997

Volume 94, Issue 10

Stories from the November 24, 1997 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Religion Month `lights the way’

Religious student groups crammed November’s calendar with National Cathedral and Holocaust Memorial Museum trips, Interfaith Council discussions and a Nation of Islam presentation during the Program Board’s Religion Month celebration. “We chose the theme to be `Lighting the Way’ because all the religions in the world relate God to light in some way. `Truth is […]

Crowe tackles European issues

Ambassador William J. Crowe Jr. discussed European foreign policy during his first lecture Wednesday as this year’s Shapiro Professor in the Elliott School of International Affairs. He said top priorities of American foreign policy should include NATO expansion, attention to the economic repercussions of the European Union, the Bosnian civil war and Russia’s emergence from […]

Anatomy of how writing a paper becomes a daylong event

Everybody ready to go home? I sure am. Thanksgiving is that special time of year to revisit childhood haunts, catch up with old friends, see what Mom did to your bedroom, listen to relatives tell you how much weight you’ve gained – you know, a Norman Rockwell-esque kind of holiday. Personally, I love the Thanksgiving […]

The two sides of SJT

On Friday afternoon, the University’s Commencement committee held a public meeting to discuss, once again, the pros and cons of finding a new location for next spring’s ceremony. At the meeting, committee Chair John Jenkins distributed a letter from GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg to the parents of a GW student who wrote to the […]

Time to give thanks

It is the time of year when families gather together to give thanks. It’s the time of year when people count their blessings, reminisce about the good times and forget about their diets and cholesterol levels. Thousands of turkeys are brought out of their pens to enjoy the scenery and make the trek toward the […]

Letters to the Editor

The need for GW radio The proposal for renovations to the Marvin Center is near approval, and while the benefits of an improved student center are obvious, there is a small provision tucked away in the proposal that could give this University something it probably didn’t know it was lacking: a visible and fully functioning […]

More on SJT’s altruism

GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg promised 48 lucky students at D.C.’s Paul Junior High the opportunity to attend GW on scholarship, contingent on their academic eligibility. Trachtenberg estimated the cost of a college education in five years at $150,000, a price tag few students from the District would be able to afford on their own. […]

GW misses A-10s despite two wins

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. The GW women’s volleyball team finished its season this weekend by sweeping Xavier University and Atlantic 10 third-place team, the University of Dayton. But despite the wins, GW was not one of the four teams that made the cut for the A-10 championships. […]

N.C. State hands GW women first loss of season

The GW women’s basketball team has lost just three times at the Smith Center in the past four seasons. One of those losses came Saturday afternoon to visiting North Carolina State University, who led for almost the entire game before beating the No. 21 Colonial women 68-64. “I don’t think too many teams will win […]

Upcoming Games

Monday: MBB vs. Kentucky9:30 p.m.*on ESPN Tuesday: MBB vs. Arizona or Boston CollegeTBD* Wednesday: MBB vs. TBD*WBB at U.C.-Santa Barbara7 p.m. Thursday: no games scheduled MBBmen’s basketballWBBwomen’s basketball*at Maui Invitational