August 27, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 8

Stories from the August 27, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Fraternity receives warning from GW

The GW chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon received a letter from the University’s general counsel’s office this summer in response to fraternity members’ alleged disruptive behavior. The letter was the most recent confrontation in a feud between the University and the fraternity that began when the chapter decided not to register for GW recognition in […]

Cruising around D.C.

With classes just underway and the stress of exams and term papers still far in the distance, now is the time to enjoy all the District has to offer. A visit to the museums of the Smithsonian Institution is a practically effortless way to spend an afternoon – they’re accessible, interesting and free of charge. […]

Bookstore orders rivals to leave campus

The GW Bookstore faces increased competition as booksellers inside and outside the University challenge its hold on GW students. But vendors vying for the University’s textbook market have encountered fierce resistance from the campus bookstore. Eric Kuhn, co-founder of VarsityBooks, an online textbook vendor targeting the GW market, said GW Bookstore employees asked VarsityBooks representatives […]

Classifieds [8/14/98]

Classified Ads Help Wanted Announcements Employment Services Internships Housing Offered Roommates Resumes Services-General Tutoring Typing/Word Proc. For Sale Miscellaneous Furniture Updated 8/25/98

Four recruits join men’s basketball team

GW men’s basketball coach Tom Penders has added four freshman recruits to the program and is attempting to bring in a fifth player from Belarus. Penders confirmed that guard Dorien Brown, forwards Jason Smith and Andry Sola, and center Albert Roma have accepted scholarships and enrolled in classes this week. Valeri Khamenia, a 6-7, 205-pound […]

Classifieds [8/27/98]

Classified Ads Help Wanted Announcements Internships Housing Offered Roommates Resumes Services-General Travel Tutoring For Sale Furniture Updated 8/26/98 by Margaret

Residents slowly get Web access in rooms

Students living in residence halls awoke to the hum of drills and power tools last spring, but with the implementation of network access in residence hall rooms this fall, they are beginning to reap the benefits of last semester’s inconveniences. The system has some glitches, but Deborah Snelgrove, executive director of Student and Academic Support […]

Freshmen hospitalized in alcohol-related incidents

Four Thurston Hall residents were hospitalized in alcohol-related incidents in the past two weeks, University administrators said Wednesday. In the most recent incident, two students were reported to be “highly intoxicated” and lying on the benches outside Thurston at 2 a.m. Wednesday, said Dolores Stafford, director of University Police. Stafford said one student was unconscious […]

GW mail system looks for right code

In an attempt to bring unity to the residence hall mail system, the University is asking students to use the University ZIP code – 20052 – on all letters and packages. University Mail Services sent a letter to all students in residence halls this week telling them they must use 20052. “It’s something we probably […]

`Preferred lenders’ offer rebate to GW students

GW students now can use new “preferred lenders” for their Stafford loans, allowing student borrowers to save possibly hundreds or thousands of dollars on the payment of their debt, said administrators in the Office of Student Financial Assistance. An agreement between the University and two lenders – Northstar Guarantee Inc. and Academic Management Systems Education […]