February 26, 1998

Volume 94, Issue 25

Stories from the February 26, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

School spirit

This weekend will present GW students a great opportunity to support fellow students’ endeavors. Whether you like the excitement of an edge-of-the-seat athletic game, or the mental stimulation of sitting back for a thought-provoking comedic performance – a good time is to be had on campus. The GW Theatre and Dance Department’s production of “Arcadia” […]

PB chair toss-up

The race for Program Board executive chair sets itself apart this campaign season. It has not been marred by any sort of violations of campaign rules and regulations – or by the bitter factions that usually accompany elections. It is heartening to see the two candidates for PB chair, who have spent years working together […]

Sports briefs

Women’s tennis splits matches at Marshall The GW women’s tennis team split a pair of matches at Marshall University Feb. 22. Julie Kim and Sarine Weingarten led GW to an 8-1 win over Xavier. But the Colonial women fell to host Marshall 7-2. Kim, playing at the number one singles position in place of an […]

Upcoming games

*A-10 Tournament quarterfinal**with a win Thursday, site and time TBD(DH)doubleheader WBBwomen’s basketballMBBmen’s basketballBbaseballMTmen’s tennisGgymnastics Thursday: WBB vs. La Salle7 p.m.* Friday: B at Charleston Southern2 p.m.G at UNC Invitational7 p.m. Saturday: MBB vs. St. Bonaventure2 p.m.B at Charleston Southern-12 p.m.(DH)MT at Pennsylvania1 p.m. Sunday: WBB vs. St. Joseph’s/Virginia Tech**B at College of Charleston10 a.m.

GW ends losing streak at Va. Tech

The GW men’s basketball team used a strong second half to break its four-game losing streak with a 64-50 win at Virginia Tech Wednesday. GW entered the game in desperate need of a win. The Colonials had lost four games in a row – and their invitation to the NCAA Tournament had become uncertain. The […]

GW women set for A-10 tourney, hope for NCAA bid

Last year, the Atlantic 10 Tournament was not even close to a do-or-die situation for the GW women’s basketball team. The Colonial women boasted an impressive 23-4 record and were assured of an NCAA Tournament berth no matter how they fared in the conference tourney. They were just playing for a good seed in the […]

SJT envisions law school expansion

GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg recently announced plans for an additional $20 million building for the University’s law school, a response to current overcrowding in the school’s facilities. Trachtenberg and GW Law School Dean Jack Friedenthal – who steps down in June – clash about solutions to the space problem. During his nine years at […]

George Washington women vs. La Salle

The Colonial women play La Salle in the quarterfinals of the A-10 Tournament Thursday at the Smith Center. La Salle is 15-12 on the season and 9-8 in the A-10. The Lady Explorers beat Rhode Island Tuesday to reach the quarterfinals. If GW wins Thursday and UMass wins, then the Colonial women will travel to […]

GW defers tuition for Asian students

A newly revised University payment schedule will grant GW students affected by the ongoing economic crisis in Pacific Rim nations a five-month grace period to pay their spring tuition bills. The new plan will give Asian students until Aug. 1 to pay their spring bills – an extension of the original March 1 deadline proposed […]

George Washington men vs. St. Bonaventure

The Colonials’ final game of the regular season is Saturday at the Smith Center against St. Bonaventure. It will be the final home game for seniors Alexander Koul, Darin Green, Rasheed Hazzard and Andrei Krivonos. St. Bonaventure is 15-12 and 5-9 in the A-10. The Bonnies are led by sophomore point guard Tim Winn and […]