February 23, 1998

Volume 94, Issue 24

Stories from the February 23, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Jewsbury’s love of PB will improve programs

Mike Jewsbury says the reason he wants to be executive chair of Program Board is simple – he loves the group. “The whole organization is very friendly,” he said. Jewsbury, a informational systems major, worked with PB as a work study his freshman year, was chief of the concert crew sophomore year and currently is […]

RHA may amend voting process

Residence Hall Association members will vote Wednesday on a newly-restructured amendment that would establish resident-wide voting for the organization’s president. The original amendment, proposed by JBKO Hall Representative Adam Green, called for students in all residence halls to elect the president and vice president for programming. RHA rejected the amendment Jan. 28 by a vote […]

Hundreds put on housing wait list

About 300 students may be placed on a Community Living and Learning Center waiting list after Saturday’s on-campus housing lottery, said Residence Hall Association President Randy Bomze. “It went as smoothly as can be expected,” said Paul Barkett, assistant director of CLLC. “I would’ve liked there to be enough space for everybody.” CLLC gave students […]

Conversation about gays and its effects

First girl: “That state allows same-sex marriage.” Second girl: “Ehw, yuck. That’s disgusting.” The above two sentences paraphrase a conversation between a group of girls heard Feb. 10 outside the Marvin Center. I have several things I would like to say about it. First of all, when I responded to the comments of these girls, […]

RHA is not simply an oligarchy

Recently, I (along with my fellow executive board members of the Residence Hall Association) have been accused of being a mediocre leader, as well as an “RHA insider” who was a “chosen leader-to-be” (“Democracy needed in RHA elections,” The GW Hatchet, Feb. 2, p.4). Although I can only speak for myself, I would like to […]

Lottery limbo

This weekend’s on-campus housing lottery revived one of GW’s lesser publicized traditions. Students with high numbers – or friends with high numbers – selected GW’s choice “real estate.” But about 300 students, estimates Residence Hall Association President Randy Bomze, found their way to the waiting list. For rising sophomores in housing limbo, don’t worry; GW […]

Minority health

President Clinton recently announced plans to level out disparities between white and minority Americans’ health care with $400 million and a new public awareness campaign. In the world’s richest and most powerful country, it is a national tragedy that such gross differences exist. The president’s five-year initiative would run in conjunction with private sector help. […]

Temple hands Colonials fourth straight loss, 56-49

Sunday’s GW men’s basketball game with Temple was a meeting of teams going in opposite directions. The Owls used an 11-0 run midway through the second half to win their seventh-straight game, 56-49, before 5,454 at the Smith Center. Temple (19-6, 12-3 Atlantic 10) clinched second place in the A-10 East Division, meaning it will […]

Upcoming Games

*A-10 quarterfinalsGgymnasticsMBBmen’s basketballWBBwomen’s basketballWTwomen’s tennis Monday: no games scheduled Tuesday: no games scheduled Wednesday: MBB at Virginia Tech7 p.m.G vs. E. Michigan & Radford7 p.m. Thursday: WBB vs. Rhode Island/La Salle7 p.m.*WT at VCU2:30 p.m.

GW splits pair on the road, earns regular season title

After mixed results in two road conference games, the GW women’s basketball team will gear up for the Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament, which starts this week. After losing to Massachusetts Thursday, the Colonial women (18-8, 12-4 A-10) came back to defeat Rhode Island Saturday and earn the program’s fifth consecutive A-10 regular season title. That […]