The GW water polo team put itself in position for a successful postseason run with two wins and a loss Saturday in the first round of Collegiate Water Polo Association play at Johns Hopkins University. The Colonials posted wins over Johns Hopkins and the University of Richmond and suffered a nail-biting loss to the U.S. […]
October 1, 1998
Volume 95, Issue 18
Stories from the October 1, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Last Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the 1999 National Defense Authorization Act by a vote of 373-50. One of the most damaging components of this bill, aside from the fact that it does not provide a necessary increase in the president’s budget request, is perpetuating a patently-flawed system of gender-integrating basic training. […]
When it rains it pours for this year’s GW women’s soccer team. After losing six straight matches to start the season, the Colonial women have won three straight matches after a 2-1 victory over Washington State Monday at South Riding Field. The game-winning goal for GW came from junior Katy McQuillin in the 77th minute. […]
I recently stopped by the Student Association office to pick up the minutes of a Senate meeting. Reading the minutes only confirmed my thinking – the Senate is out of focus. It got off to a poor start when two members left this summer and transferred to Georgetown University. What does it say about GW […]
Women’s basketball faces tough schedule The GW women’s basketball schedule for 1998-’99 was released Sept. 24. The Colonial women may face as many as 11 teams that made the postseason last year. GW will play six or possibly seven NCAA Tournament teams, including the University of Arkansas and North Carolina State University, both Final Four […]
The number of GW students who have gotten into various kinds of trouble because of alcohol seems to have risen to unprecedented levels this year. From fraternity parties that serve alcohol in violation of University regulations to freshmen who go off campus to drink themselves into life-threatening stupors, the run-ins with alcohol seem to be […]
One critic quoted in advertisements for What Dreams May Come (PolyGram Films) hails the film as “a masterpiece.” But when an all-star cast and $75 million in stellar special effects cannot salvage a corny premise and a poorly devised plot, the movie hardly can be touted as a masterpiece. What Dreams May Come is nothing […]
Imagine the day when students can walk into the GW Bookstore and not be shocked by the prices they must pay for textbooks, supplies and GW merchandise. If Sen. Lauch Faircloth (R-N.C.) gets his way, college campuses across the country will be forced to end monopolistic business practices that restrict students’ buying options. How can […]
Student Association Executive Vice President Jesse Strauss recommended to administrators Monday changes to GW’s system of allocating portions of the University fee. But administrators said the proposal may not offer a better option than the existing system of channeling money. The proposal’s credibility may be at stake because it was included in letters sent directly […]
CC-cross countryG-golfMS-men’s soccerWS-women’s soccerWVB-women’s volleyball Thursday: no games scheduled Friday: MS at Fordham-3 p.m.WS vs. Fordham-4 p.m.WVB vs. UMass-7:30 p.m.G at St. John’s Invit. Saturday: WVB vs. URI-5 p.m.CC at Richmond meet-10:15 a.m.G at St. John’s Invit. Sunday: MS at La Salle-1 p.m.WS vs. La Salle-1 p.m.G at St. Bonnie’s Invit.