August 24, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 7

Stories from the August 24, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

News Briefs

GW honors March on Washington GW’s Gelman Library and Black Entertainment Television will sponsor an exhibit entitled, “Looking Back – Moving Forward: The March on Washington 35 Years Later” to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the Civil Rights March. The exhibit will honor the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. The exhibit will […]

Sports Briefs

GW to host sport tourism conference The Institute of Tourism Studies and the business school’s sports management program will sponsor Teams ’98, a conference and expo on sport tourism at the Marriott Hotel at Metro Center Sept. 17-19. Teams ’98 is dedicated to the industry that has come to be known as sport tourism, which […]

As Seen on TV

He’s showing up everywhere these days – on the Sunday morning political television shows, the network evening news, the 24-hour news channels. And hours after President Clinton admitted to the nation Monday night he had a relationship with former intern Monica Lewinsky, GW Law School Professor Jonathan Turley was back in front of the camera. […]

Barenaked Ladies offers more mind-boggling lyrics on Stunt

The Barenaked Ladies are known for their musical wizardry – they blend rhythms and sounds to create entertaining songs. But the band earns accolades more for its lyrics than its musical ingenuity. That pattern is repeated on Barenaked Ladies’ latest release, Stunt (Reprise Records). Each song on the album is like a cryptogram waiting to […]

GW professors quench the media’s thirst for analysis

Jonathan Turley has seized the spotlight in the past seven months for his analysis of Kenneth Starr’s investigation of President Clinton, but he isn’t the only GW professor on television these days. With media outlets constantly searching for academics to fill hours of discussion of unfolding events, GW law professors, political scientists and journalists are […]

GW Theatre and Dance Fall Preview

GW students don’t need to travel far to sample the city’s best performing arts. The Kennedy Center is just around the corner, and the city’s theater district is only a Metro ride away. But faculty members in GW’s theatre and dance department want students to know they don’t even have to leave campus to find […]

Sigma Chi seeks to prove itself after losing GW recognition

The members of GW’s chapter of Sigma Chi will spend the year attempting to redeem themselves to their international headquarters after losing University recognition last month. Sigma Chi lost GW recognition this summer after hosting a party during the first session of Colonial Inauguration, a violation of the GW and Interfraternity Council rules. The GW […]

In a nation yearning for peace, the shame of violence rears its head

BELFAST, Northern Ireland – President Clinton will encounter a precarious political climate when he visits Northern Ireland next month. But it will a less dubious atmosphere than the one he experienced on his last trip here in November 1995. After a summer of standoffs and stalemates, what holds the historic Good Friday agreement together today […]

Smith wants to mend fraternity system

An Interfraternity Council member breathlessly awaited his turn to speak at an IFC meeting last May. When he got finally got his chance to speak, he said he was concerned the new IFC rules were too formalized and structured. That IFC member was President Neil Smith. Now, a few months later, he said he would […]

GWorld card freezes during busy weekend

Students faced problems paying for books with debit dollars and entering their residence halls when the GWorld card periodically stopped processing transactions this weekend. Services added to the “one card” GWorld system have caused the AT&T software to hiccup as the onslaught of returning students placed heavy processing loads on the technology and its operators, […]