September 3, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 10

Stories from the September 3, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

News Briefs

Having it their way Students waited in a line that stretched past the 1821 Deli to pick up burgers and fries at Burger King’s grand opening in J Street Monday. “The line was pretty long, but it moved rather quickly,” junior Dusty Nichols said. Jenn Holz said she waited in line for 35 minutes at […]

Letters to the Editor

ANC angst I object to the Aug. 27 article on GW students and ANC 2A (“A Running Start”). The article completely ignores the fact that many residents are GW graduates, continue to audit courses and support students. The article cheers the fact that its author’s favored candidates are pro-GW and anti-residents. The GW Hatchet’s own […]

GW student to sue Boston University

A GW student will file suit later this month against Boston University and three fraternities there, in connection with an alleged rape at a rush party during her freshman year at BU. Jessica Smithers, who transferred to GW last fall, claims BU and the two fraternities where she drank alcohol earlier on the evening of […]

Dining Delights – Staff Editorial

For students returning to campus and looking for something to eat, J Street offers more options, better service and a friendlier ambiance than it has in recent memory. In a strange departure from the norm, University administrators seem to have actually listened to students’ complaints and suggestions about J Street and made significant improvements. Burger […]

Thurston residents petition University

Three freshmen who live in a study lounge in Thurston Hall said they were told Tuesday they must leave the room after they sent a petition to the Community Living and Learning Center asking to remain in the room. The three women, who asked not to be identified, are being housed temporarily in Thurston’s fifth-floor […]

The hypocrisy of Convocation

I love hypocrisy. Especially when it comes from the GW administration. GW students were given the afternoon off from classes Tuesday so they could attend that always profound, life-altering event – Opening Convocation. Well, students didn’t get the entire afternoon off, but classes were canceled between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Why was it so important […]

GW works to protect students from sex assault

The Joint Committee of Faculty and Students will take a closer look at the University’s policies on rape and sexual assault Friday. Currently, the student handbook lists guidelines students should follow if they are raped or sexually assaulted. Emergency numbers for the University Police Department and the GW Hospital emergency room are included in the […]

GW claims fraternity is nuisance to community

A letter from the University’s legal counsel threatened the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity with a potential lawsuit if the fraternity’s members do not curb their behavior, said Frank Ginocchio, assistant executive director of Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s field office. As more information about the letter becomes available, discord persists between GW administrators and the fraternity, which […]

Housing exile – Staff editorial

It’s hard not to notice how crowded campus has become this year. And several freshmen in Thurston Hall have come to know first-hand the downside of GW’s overpopulation. After settling down in temporary housing in a study lounge for the first two weeks of classes, they were informed Tuesday it was time for them to […]