December 3, 1998

Volume 95, Issue 35

Stories from the December 3, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.

SA finance bill reforms allocations

The Student Association Senate passed a finance bill Nov. 23 to require the Senate to post proposed student group allocations 36 hours before the meeting at which they will come up for a vote. Undergraduate Sen. Jared Hosid (CSAS), a sponsor of the bill, said the intention of the bill, which will go into effect […]

AIDS Walk showed GW at its best

During the 12th Annual AIDS Walk Washington Oct. 4, two GW AIDS Walk Team Committee members overheard the best compliment the GW team received that day. After a walker saw the spirit and heard the cheers of the GW team, she said to her friend, “That’s where I want my daughter to go to school.” […]

Letter to the editor

Bettering Hillel As student leaders and advisers of Hillel, we noted The GW Hatchet’s recent coverage of an initiative by a graduate student to make “a good Hillel” even better (“Student petition criticizes GW Hillel,” Nov. 19, p. 10). We do keep records of participation in Hillel activities and are proud to report that as […]

Classifieds [12/3/98]

Classified Ads Work Study Help Wanted Announcements Personal Services Opportunities Day Care Internships Housing Offered Roommates Services-General Travel Tutoring For Sale Miscellaneous Furniture

SA strives to change status quo

Energy is the difference between greatness and mediocrity. While we struggle to finish papers, study for exams and prepare for the holiday season, we have to dig deep to find the energy we need to complete our tasks successfully. As we approach the halfway mark of this academic year, I want to share how the […]

Greek-letter members criticize SA committee

Concerns in the Greek-letter community about the Student Association’s ad hoc Greek Affairs Committee have come to light recently in testimony before the committee. At a Nov. 22 hearing, Kappa Sigma President Jason Delp said he is concerned with the makeup of the committee and the way the committee is taking testimony. “I think the […]

Silence on China – Staff Editorial

China continues to uphold its reputation as a nation unconcerned about its citizens’ rights. Monday, Chinese authorities arrested five campaigners for the China Democratic Party in a major setback to the first serious attempt since 1949 at establishing an opposition political party. The arrests come after Li Peng – the extremely conservative No. 2 man […]

Frank chats with CDs about Hill hearings

Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) spoke about issues ranging from President Clinton’s impeachment hearings to the global economy before a gathering of the College Democrats in the University Club Monday. The second-ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, Frank has appeared on television shows as a defender of Clinton. Besides his criticism of the impeachment proceedings, […]