September 21, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 15

Stories from the September 21, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Agents of Good Roots steps closer to fame

The name of the band is Agents of Good Roots. Its latest album is entitled One by One (RCA Records). And the bottom line is: The band has talent. The second-stage band from Richmond, Va., is teetering on the brink of the mainstream. Capable of capturing an audience with its diverse instrumental tunes, Agents of […]

When the sun goes down

Beyond the columns of marble and granite of the city’s monuments lies the diverse pulse of night life in Washington, D.C. For GW students, the club scene offers another avenue for entertainment in the nation’s capital. From Thursday to Sunday nights, students choose from a variety of hot spots in downtown Washington – from Lulu’s […]

FBA says hospital plans reduce parking

The construction of a new GW Hospital across the street from the existing facility could mean fewer parking spaces and increased traffic in the neighborhood, the president of the Foggy Bottom Association said in a recent letter to the city’s health planning office. GW officials said they are working to alleviate the concerns of community […]

CSAS enhances communication

The Columbian School of Arts and Sciences recently developed an e-mail list to disseminate academic information and increase communication between students and deans, said Kim Moreland, CSAS associate dean of undergraduate affairs. Undergraduate Student Association Sen. Alexis Rice (CSAS) said she approached CSAS Dean Lester Lefton last year after students brought up concerns about a […]

Media critic brings musings to GW

Washington Post media critic Howard Kurtz makes a living picking apart the news business. Thursday, he brought his insights about his profession to the Marvin Center theater as a guest lecturer in Lanny Davis’ class “Scandal, Damage Control and American Politics.” Kurtz discussed themes from his recent book, Spin Cycle: Inside the Clinton Propaganda Machine, […]

Registering to vote in D.C. has drawbacks

GW Votes registered 500 GW students to vote in the District in its recent drive to increase campus participation in local politics. But by giving up the right to vote in their home states, many GW students forfeited other privileges. But Adam Siple, director of the GW Votes campaign, said he believes it is more […]


The article “SA proposes extended hours at Gelman” on p. 10 of the Sept. 14 issue of The GW Hatchet misidentified Sen. Philip Meisner (ESIA) as chair of the Student Association Senate’s Student Life Committee. Sen. Alexis Rice serves as the committee’s chair and Meisner is a member of the committee.

SA meetings get high marks

The Student Association’s mandatory student group allocation meetings have generated a positive response by clarifying the funding process, said SA officials and student organization leaders. “(The meeting) did a pretty good job of explaining (the funding process),” said Purvi Gala, president of Pugwash, a science-based ethics group. In the past month, three meetings were held […]

This year’s Fall Fest did not falter

As programming chairs of the Program Board we are disappointed that The GW Hatchet found Fall Fest to be a lackluster event (“Falter Fest“). Contrary to the editorial, statistics taken at the event show that 3,024 members of the GW community enjoyed the event – an increase of almost a thousand students from last year. […]

CIRC implements student suggestions

The Computer Information and Resource Center Advisory Board held its first meeting last Tuesday in an attempt to address CIRC-related issues facing GW students. The advisory board, a group of 25 students selected through faculty and student recommendations and CIRC officials, was created this summer as a forum for student input about the University computer […]