September 28, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 17

Stories from the September 28, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

GW men’s soccer ties Hokies, stops winless streak at seven

GW opened Atlantic 10 Conference play in thrilling fashion with a 1-1 draw after 120 minutes of nail-biting soccer at Virginia Tech. At the end of four periods of play – two 45-minute halves and two 15-minute overtime periods – the score was deadlocked at one goal apiece. Colonial goalkeeper Michael Jelencovich weathered a storm […]

Athenaeum thrives on simplicity

Athenaeum does not bring anything new to the music scene, which makes it unique in today’s music industry. The band’s debut album, Radiance (Atlantic Records), succeeds on the band’s simplicity and typical pop sound. Athenaeum does not have a fresh new sound, but somehow, the band is refreshing. Instead of trying to be a musical […]

Son Volt meshes rock and country

Deep and mysterious, the lead vocalist of the alternative country band Son Volt sounds like the singer from the retired group Uncle Tupelo – and with good reason. It’s the same guy. With an unmistakable voice, Jay Farrar organized Son Volt after leaving Uncle Tupelo in 1994. Sun Volt introduces a new style to the […]

Rediscovering the Cold War

On a cold, bright November morning in 1995, a British film crew pans the streets of Fulton, Mo. Little has changed in the last 50 years. But shreds of archival information recently unearthed for CNN’s “Cold War” documentary series paint a much different, colorless picture of Fulton in March of 1946. That month, President Harry […]

Classifieds [9/28/98]

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MCGB demands voice in renovations

Members of the Marvin Center Governing Board said their input has not been included in the plans for renovations to the student center, a project they said might reduce the amount of student space on the building’s fourth floor. “It wasn’t even a consideration to include the Marvin Center Governing Board in the renovation plan’s […]

GW installs computer security measures

GW recently installed security measures to deter students from illegally posting copyrighted software programs on the University’s computer network. The security device, known as a firewall, has been in place for about two weeks to stop file transfer protocol (FTP) servers from posting large amounts of information on Web sites. Postings such as copyrighted software […]

Young Democrats back DNC

GW College Democrats attended a meeting of the Democratic National Committee Saturday morning with chapters from five other area schools in a strong show of support for the Democratic Party. Vice President Gore, Rev. Jesse Jackson and House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt (Mo.) were among the party leaders who spoke at the event. Almost 200 […]

Cancer march attracts GW volunteers

At the Lincoln Memorial Friday night, Rachel Rosenblum stood amid the crowd of cancer survivors, some with bandanna-covered heads, some in wheelchairs. The GW senior had a pink ribbon pinned to her chest. She had come to the candlelight vigil on the monument’s steps to gather information for her mother, who recently was diagnosed with […]