September 14, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 13

Stories from the September 14, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Program Board outlines multicultural vision for campus

The Multicultural Student Society outlined its future at the first meeting of the semester Wednesday. Ni-Cheng Liang, Program Board multicultural affairs chair, said the group’s goal is to establish a strong core of members “dedicated to bringing the University together through diversity.” The MSS’ plans include a blood and bone marrow drive, a dinner for […]

News Briefs

J Street breakfast bar gets high marks The opening of Dawn’s Best Breakfast Bar received strong support from GW students last week. Dawn’s replaced the Chinese food station, Passport Caf?, and offers such items as pancakes, waffles, and eggs as well as a variety of breakfast pastries, breads and cereal. The new station is open […]

GW wins three this weekend

The women’s volleyball team couldn’t have asked for a better weekend. The Colonial women (5-2) won three matches this weekend and dropped just one of the 10 games they played. Senior Tai Bethune and sophomores Jill Levey and Renee Arnold earned all-tournament team honors in leading the Colonial women to the Hi-IQ Classic Tournament title […]

Stop terrorists before they strike U.S. targets

Americans briefly were distracted from the dog days of summer and the ever-evolving scandals that plague President Clinton by two events that will come to symbolize the face of radical Islamic terrorism and hopefully, if sustained, America’s swift retaliation. We were awakened Aug. 7 with the horrific news of the twin bombings of U.S. embassies […]

Could “Zippergate” happen at GW?

Several times recently I have attempted to bring up the subject of President Clinton with my friends and people in my classes. Quite frankly, I haven’t had a lot of luck. In fact, one guy responded, “A lot of people have been saying that they don’t really care about this issue and that is all […]

Colonials lose two at ODU Classic

The GW men’s soccer team knew going into the season that it had a tough schedule on paper. Now, the Colonials are finding out just how good the teams on their schedule are. GW (1-4) lost both of its matches at the Old Dominion University/Stihl Classic this weekend, its third and fourth straight losses. The […]

Letters to the Editor

Walking together The 12th annual AIDS Walk Washington to benefit the Whitman-Walker Clinic is Oct. 4, and hundreds of people representing GW will be there. The GW AIDS Walk Team is more than just a community service event – it is a unique opportunity to promote unity on campus. The GW AIDS Walk Team Committee […]

Debate was not a dud because of GW

University administrators are an easy target for student complaints, and it can be convenient to blame a burdensome “bureaucracy.” However, in the instance of the Sept. 3 mayoral forum, students should turn the mirror inward to search for reasons for the dismal turnout rather than assume the position of victims done in by University administrators. […]

Dimock Gallery features ceramics exhibit

Just inside the open doorway of GW’s Dimock Gallery hangs the brilliant work Alchemist’s Wall. The vertical slice of an enchanted medieval laboratory entices visitors to enter the exhibit “GW Ceramics: 25 Year Anniversary.” Detailed with wire globes, mysterious vessels and philosophers’ stones, the slate piece appears to lean up against the wall like a […]

GW harriers open season at La Salle

The GW men’s and women’s cross country teams kicked off their seasons Saturday at the La Salle Invitational in Philadelphia. The men’s team finished second of three teams, while the women’s team placed fourth out of five teams. “It’s pretty obvious now that we still have a lot to work on,” GW head coach Jim […]