January 20, 1998

Volume 94, Issue 14

Stories from the January 20, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Exceptional voice lost in monotonous songs

With her first release “32 Flavors,” Alana Davis sounded like a Fiona Apple wanna-be. But her album Blame It On Me (Elektra) proves Davis has a more eclectic sound. Blame It On Me covers a variety of music genres. The daughter of a noted jazz pianist, Davis incorporates her father’s style into her own work. […]

Book exchange nets $16,000

The Student Association organized its spring book exchange last week as an alternative to the GW Bookstore. The SA’s annual book exchange allows students to sell books to one another. For the first time, however, students were offered the service for both fall and the spring semesters this academic year. “I bought one book at […]

SA and PB make Homecoming a masquerade

Traditional homecoming celebration was shadowed by GW’s presidential inaugural ball last year, and by the University’s 175th Anniversary the year before – both big events planned in large part by GW administrators. But this year, Student Association President Kuyomars “Q” Golparvar said to expect a return to tradition with more student coordination. “It’s nice to […]

Bandits attack students, faculty in Guatemala

(U-WIRE) ST. MARY’S CITY, Md. -A group of 13 St. Mary’s College students and three faculty members studying in Guatemala were robbed at gunpoint and five female students were raped Friday. The group, participating in a two-week expedition to study Guatemalan history, society and the environment, was returning to Guatemala City after conducting research with […]

Another birthday comes along, but it has no real meaning

If you see someone slinking in the shadows, moving stealthily from tree to tree, hiding from the light and wearing all black, make sure to say hi to me. I’ve got to hide, because it’s my 22nd birthday. I’ve been trying to find some meaning in my 22nd birthday – what it means to be […]

Letters to the Editor

Keep the tradition The Commencement Committee reached a decision Friday to recommend keeping the Ellipse as the venue for the 1998 ceremony. Hopefully, this will act as a precedent for years to come. George Washington University does not have many traditions, but graduation on the Ellipse is a tradition that has a place at GW, […]