October 26, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 26

Stories from the October 26, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Colonials win 10 of 13 events to beat Navy in season opener

Other than the relay events, collegiate swimming and diving doesn1t appear to be much of a team sport on the surface. But GW swimming and diving head coach Dan Rhinehart said that1s what the GW men1s swimming team gave in a 128-114 victory over the U.S. Naval Academy Saturday at the Smith Center. The win […]

GW downs Xavier, falls to Dayton in A-10 play

The Colonial women split a pair of Atlantic 10 matches at the Smith Center this weekend, dominating Xavier Friday night and falling to Dayton Saturday. Against Xavier, GW displayed signs it should be considered a postseason threat in the A-10. But the loss to Dayton proved the conference clearly has teams superior to GW. GW […]

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Club sports roundup

Ice Hockey The GW ice hockey club opened its season Oct. 15 with a 9-1 victory over American University at Fort Dupont Ice Rink. Senior Bryce Wendel scored the first GW goal of the season on a pass from junior Tej Datta 5:15 into the first period. GW was outshot by American, but GW goalie […]

Trustees expand fund-raising effort

The GW Board of Trustees approved a $200 million expansion of the University1s Centuries Campaign Friday, setting a fund-raising goal of $500 million by 2003. The Centuries Campaign, which was established as part of the University1s 175th anniversary celebration in 1996, already has raised $230 million for the University, reaching nearly 80 percent of its […]

Depeche Mode compiles 12 years of brilliance

After skirting along the swampy edges of the music world for nearly two decades, Depeche Mode has combined the brilliance of its last 12 years on its new album, The Singles 86>98 (Mute/Reprise Records). The two-disc set compiles all the band’s singles from 1986 to the present. The set serves as a great introduction to […]

UPD braves Metro training

First they heard the rumble. Then they felt the vibrations. As the sound ripped through the darkness, a gust of wind made the hair on their bodies stand on end. They pressed against the concrete wall to maintain balance. The Metro train sped past, just inches in front of their noses. 3It was like a […]

Furslide’s creative lyrics set to old, forgettable sound

The voice, the strings, the beat – all lure the listener into the embrace of Furslide. The ensemble’s debut album, Adventure, is the first release off Nellee Hooper’s new label, Meanwhile…, in association with Virgin. The cleverly crafted lyrics seductively flow from Jennifer Turner, lead guitarist and vocalist. Bassist Jason Lader and drummer Adam MacDougall […]

Trachtenberg to stay at helm until 2003

GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg announced Friday he will stay at the University’s helm until at least 2003 as part of the expansion of the University’s Centuries Campaign. The Board of Trustees and Trachtenberg agreed he will continue his presidency to help GW raise an additional $220 million for the Centuries Campaign, which was started […]