October 8, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 20

Stories from the October 8, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Both men and women defend U.S.

For two and a half years now, I have read Brandon Wales spout the conservative agenda on everything from international affairs to missile defense. While I admire his writing ability and his strong opinions, I have found myself disagreeing with, but understanding, much he has said. Wales’ article in the Oct. 1 issue of The […]

Medicinal marijuana — Staff editorial

District residents will decide next month whether to allow the medicinal use of marijuana in city hospitals. If Initiative 59 passes Nov. 3, marijuana would be prescribed to patients who are receiving treatment for cancer, AIDS and other terminal diseases. Officials at GW Hospital said the facility will provide marijuana to patients if the initiative […]

Medeski, Martin and Wood jam to a funky jazz beat at Lisner

Medeski, Martin and Wood is not widely known on the pop music scene, but the band has accumulated a close following on college campuses. The trio brings its unique acid jazz groove to GW’s Lisner Auditorium Friday. The performance follows the release of the group’s latest album, Combustication(Company). In its latest work, Medeski, Martin and […]

Stop wasting time — Staff editorial

The U.S. Congress is in the midst of deciding how to proceed with the President Clinton-Monica Lewinsky scandal. Congress now will decide whether to impeach the president, issue a censure or do nothing. The nation has been waiting months for a resolution to the presidential saga. It should surprise no one, then, that our own […]

Simply Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh. Even his name is harmonious. The alliteration of the vee’s, the even distribution of syllables – the sounds blend to create a product of perfection, and perfection is what Van Gogh produced. Seventy paintings by the brilliant artist are on display at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Gallery of Art. The exhibit is […]

Upcoming Games

MS-men’s soccerWP-water poloWS-women’s soccerWVB-women’s volleyball Thursday: no games scheduled Friday: MS vs. UMass-3 p.m.WS at UMass-3:30 p.m.WVB at Temple-5 p.m. Saturday: WVB at La Salle-7 p.m.WP vs. Bucknell-10:15 a.m.WP vs. Salem-Teikyo-2 p.m.WP vs. Princeton-5:45 p.m. Sunday: MS vs. URI-2 p.m.WS at URI-12 p.m.

GW Theatre opens season with `House of Yes’

In its production of the “The House of Yes,” the GW Department of Theatre and Dance approaches the themes of incest and human sexuality with poignant humor. Written by Wendy Macleod, the play focuses on five distinctly deranged individuals. Through the unique characters and their interaction, “The House of Yes” offers a glimpse of human […]

Volleyball team beats GMU

The Colonial women shut out George Mason University at John Linn Gym in Fairfax Tuesday, returning GW to its winning ways after two losses. In a non-conference match before an important Atlantic-10 road trip this weekend, GW struggled but still swept the Lady Patriots (1-14) in three games. Coming off two tough home conference losses […]

SA senators call for better communication with Potter

A contingent of Student Association senators have expressed concern about the lack of communication between the Senate and SA President Carrie Potter, accusing her of not following the guidelines set out in the SA constitution. “I believe that she has not been communicating with the Senate and with her constituents in a manner that would […]

GW men split, women win two of three in cross country meet

The GW men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at the University of Richmond Saturday and finished with solid results. The men’s team beat Richmond 21-34 and lost to Towson University 27-30 in a dual-meet format. The women’s team beat Old Dominion University 15-50 and defeated Towson 27-28, but lost to Richmond 19-41. GW head […]