Few students voted for Student Association referenda questions revived for this week’s runoff after complaints not all voters were offered the questions during the general election. “There was apathy toward the referenda,” said Joint Elections Committee member Skip Oliva. “But there was not apathy in the general elections since nearly 3000 people voted.” The referendum […]
March 12, 1998
Volume 94, Issue 29
Stories from the March 12, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Special ingredient? I read in a recent Hatchet that DJ’s Fastbreak was selected as one of the eating places for students. (“Students face fallout from GWorld card glitch,” Feb. 12, p.1) On Feb. 18, I purchased a cheeseburger from DJ’s. I had taken one bite of the sandwich and was just about to take another […]
Okay. We all know about the winners at GW. This institution is quick to advertise the success stories. We hear about those honor students. We hear how they enjoy doing more challenging work than the rest of us. We hear how they numb their Ivy-envy by sitting around in their row house reading Chaucer and […]
Spring break is fast upon us. For seniors, this may be your last week of freedom in the middle of March. For some lucky ones, or those just lucky enough to have money to spend, a trip someplace warm is planned. Some will spend their spring break “alternatively” building homes for families in South Carolina. […]
*NCAA Tourney at Lexington, Ky.**NCAA Tourney at Storrs, Conn.***if necessaryDH-doubleheader MBB-men’s basketballWBB-women’s basketballB-baseballG-gymnastics Thursday: no games scheduled Friday: MBB vs. OSU-7:40 p.m.(CBS)*WBB vs. Georgia-8:30 p.m.**B vs. Fairfield-3 p.m. Saturday: B vs. Fairfield (DH)-12 p.m. Sunday: MBB vs. Duke/Radford-TBA***WBB vs. UConn/Fairfield-9 p.m.***G at WVU-2 p.m.
With the election of Carrie Potter to the Student Association presidency, we hope the same openness and motivation she exhibited during the campaign will translate into inclusive, driven goals and policies. Now important issues await her – tuning in the SA to student concerns, making it clear to administrators that academic programs are most highly […]
First Round, NCAA Tournament South Region Friday, March 13, 7:40 p.m., Lexington, Ky. GW’s probable starting lineupPat Ngongba F 6-8 Fr. 4.3 ppg 4.1 rpgYegor Mescheriakov F 6-8 Jr. 13.0 ppg 4.9 rpgAlexander Koul C 7-1 Sr. 12.8 ppg 6.6 rpgMike King G 6-5 Fr. 12.9 ppg 3.4 rpgShawnta Rogers G 5-4 Jr. 14.4 ppg […]
First Round, NCAA Tournament East RegionFriday, March 13, 8:30 p.m., Storrs, Conn. GW’s probable starting lineupElisa Aguilar G 5-8 So. 16.6 ppg 5.0 apgMarlo Egleston G 5-7 So. 7.5 ppg 3.0 rpgChasity Myers G 5-9 So. 8.8 ppg 4.7 rpgNoelia Gomez F 6-3 Jr. 17.6 ppg 6.2 rpgMandisa Turner F 6-1 Jr. 6.2 ppg 5.8 […]
STORRS, CT – A tenth seed defeating a seventh seed in the men’s or women’s 1998 NCAA Tournaments probably seemed like a small blip on the screen when compared to some of the other upsets that took place in the first and second rounds of both tournaments. But that didn’t make the win any less […]
The GW men’s basketball team will make its first NCAA Tournament appearance in two years Friday at 7:40 p.m. in Lexington, Ky. against Oklahoma State University. GW was seeded ninth in the South Region by the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee Sunday. Ninth is the highest GW ever has been seeded in the NCAA Tournament. However, […]