The Smith Center teemed with students, families and friends as the GW Law School sent its 133rd graduating class into the law profession May 23. The law school ceremony was held a week after the University’s unified Commencement ceremony on the Ellipse, which included all other GW schools. The school bestowed 486 juris doctorate and […]
June 8, 1998
Volume 95, Issue 3
Stories from the June 8, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.
I’m baaaack. Yes, I graduated in May, but I just can’t seem to escape this place. I’ve been clicking my ruby slippers together and saying, “There’s no place like home, there’s no place like home,” but so far, nothing has happened. Speaking of home, I have chosen to spend the summer working here in D.C., […]
(U-WIRE) BOULDER, Colo. – I know my Democratic grandmother will spin when she reads this, but I feel quite sure that I and the rest of the country will miss Barry Goldwater more than we probably ever imagined was possible. Goldwater, failed 1964 GOP presidential candidate, maverick founder of Western conservatism and straight shooter to […]
Later this month, President Clinton will make a state visit to China. His trip has provoked angry debate over what is seen by critics as his administration’s coddling of the Chinese leadership and its failure to actively encourage improved human rights policies in China. Further criticism is aimed at his scheduled official greeting by Chinese […]
In what seems to have become an annual event, GW men’s basketball coach Mike Jarvis is talking with another school about a possible job. St. John’s University in New York is reportedly seriously considering offering Jarvis its head coaching position. News reports filled with speculation and rumor say Jarvis will supposedly be offered somewhere in […]
If hell is going to freeze over, it’s only fitting that it happen on ice. In case you forgot or didn’t see it, in a previous column, I compared the Washington Capitals’ chances of winning the Stanley Cup to other extremely unlikely events (i.e. Michael Jordan retiring after Game 3 of the finals to pursue […]
The GW women’s varsity eight boat accomplished its goal for the 1998 season by making it to the NCAA Championships. Once the team got there, though, accomplishing more proved to be difficult as the boat finished 15th of the 16 teams invited to the championship regatta May 29-31 at Lake Lanier, Ga. “We were very […]
GW men’s basketball coach Mike Jarvis has been a candidate for coaching positions at four other schools in the past year. But St. John’s University showed the most serious interest in him last week and is expected to offer Jarvis its vacant coaching position, according to several sources. Sources confirmed that Jarvis was interviewed by […]
Monday: no games scheduled Tuesday: no games scheduled Wednesday: no games scheduled Thursday: no games scheduled GW Office of Sports Information’s Weekly Schedule.
First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton brought her husband’s Initiative on Race to GW May 28, hosting a town hall meeting in the Marvin Center theater to share the program’s anti-discrimination message with children. In a question-and-answer session moderated by ABC News anchor Carole Simpson, the first lady and elementary school children examined the manifestations of […]