April 23, 1998

Volume 94, Issue 39

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

Grad schools lure fewer applicants

Applications to GW graduate schools are down 18 percent from last year, but administrators said they are optimistic numbers will increase and ward off University-wide budget cuts. Sigelman said the University has received 6,605 applications to its graduate schools as of April 10, a drop of more than 1,100 from last year’s 7,770 applications. GW […]

Upcoming Games

B-baseballC-crewG-golf(DH)-doubleheader*-women, at Collingswood, N.J. Thursday: no games scheduled Friday: no games scheduled Saturday: B vs. Xavier (DH)-12 p.m.C at A-10 Champ.*-9 a.m.G at PSU Tournament Sunday: B vs. Xavier-12 p.m.G at PSU Tournament

Exhibit celebrates broadcast history

A life-sized replica of former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivering one of his “Fireside Chats” is among the artifacts of broadcast history being displayed in an exhibit in the Marvin Center’s Colonnade Gallery. The “Washington’s Broadcast Legacy” exhibit, which opened Monday, cements a years-long collaboration between the Radio History Society and the GW School of […]

Soccer coach leaves GW

When the GW women’s soccer team steps on the field for its first game next season, it will be without its head coach of the past seven seasons. Coach Shannon Higgins-Cirovski resigned her position at GW last week to become the head coach of the United States under-18 women’s national team. Her assistant for the […]

Greek-letter organizations promote community service

On campuses across the nation, philanthropy has become a keyword among fraternities and sororities. Projects like the Interfraternity Council’s month-long clothing drive exemplify the energy Greek-letter organizations have put into community service on GW’s campus, said Brandon Moss, IFC vice president for programming. Wednesday’s clothing drop-off on the Quad marked the finale of the IFC […]

El Salvadoran senior ponders education the presidency and Mom

Cynics have spoken of late about the death of the American dream. These days, it’s impossible to achieve, they complain. Nobody really wants to work for it, others say. Apparently, these naysayers haven’t met senior Hugo Alfaro. When he was five years old, Alfaro immigrated to the United States from El Salvador with his mother […]

SA creates Mount Vernon College liaison

Students at Mount Vernon College will be represented by a liaison in GW’s Student Association next year, a move intended to increase the representation of MVC students on the Foggy Bottom campus. SA President-elect Carrie Potter said the creation of the executive branch position will ensure the perspective of students at the women’s college is […]

Bar Belle

Originally Published 04/23/98 Bar: The BrickskellerWhere: 1523 22nd St. N.W.Crowd: College students and twentysomethingsGetting in: They card at the door, unless you’re really luckyPrices: $50 beer from Holland, but most beers are $4-5Food: Typical bar grubDancing: NopePick-ups: Not if you can see straightPluses: A mile-long beer listMinuses: Slow service on weekends Nestled into its canopied […]

Earth Week activities promote green GW

Green University, the Student Association and other student organizations planned a week of programming designed to increase environmental awareness on campus in celebration of Earth Day April 22. “Environmental issues are not a big concern at GW and Earth Week is a way of getting more people active,” said Mike Reigelman, a Green University representative […]

Finding the Rhythm

Turkish rhythms flow through the limbs of Oben Cinar with the same intensity of the 100 tiny bells ringing around Supriya Jaganathan’s feet as she performs Bharatnatyam, a ancient Indian dance. Through traditional motions of ethnic dance, performers speak the body language of their cultures – and different styles can speak to one another in […]