Sixty students enrolled in Introduction to International Politics last semester will have to retake the final exam or resubmit research papers and course work after a GW housekeeping employee accidentally recycled the exams before they were graded. Professor Maurice East, who taught the introductory level course, said the ungraded final exams and grade book were […]
January 19, 1999
Volume 95, Issue 40
Stories from the January 19, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Thursday night at the Smith Center, senior point guard Shawnta Rogers scored a career-high 36 points, leading the GW men’s basketball team to its fifth straight victory, an 81-69 win over Dayton. Rogers hit six three-point shots, tying the Smith Center record for the most three-pointers in a game. Rogers’ first points came 40 seconds […]
A week into the spring semester, some students are just receiving their fall semester grades, a trend that has some students concerned about their grade point averages and final transcripts. Josh Saltzman, a political communication major who graduated in December, said he could not send his final transcripts to law schools because he was awaiting […]
MBB-men’s basketballWBB-women’s basketball Tuesday: no games scheduled Wednesday: no games scheduled Thursday: MBB at St. Bonaventure-7:35 p.m. Friday: WBB at Fordham-7 p.m.
The article “Dakota joins on-campus housing” on p. 10 of the Jan. 14 issue of The GW Hatchet should have said that rooms in the Dakota will be triples or quads, not two- or three-student apartments. It also should have said the minimum grade point average to live in the building is a 2.0.
The GW women’s basketball team trailed Duquesne 35-31 at halftime before igniting for 55 second-half points to gain an 86-65 victory Friday at the Smith Center. Chasity Myers began a 21-4 run for GW (10-5, 4-2 A-10) with 17:22 left in the second half when she followed her missed shot, stole the ball from the […]
The Program Board has received an extra $10,000 grant to expand this year’s Homecoming festivities to include men’s and women’s basketball games and a weeklong series of campus activities, said PB Executive Chair Brian Nathanson. “I’ve received an extra $10,000 from (Vice President of Academic and Support Services Robert Chernak’s) office and an additional amount […]
The GW men notched a win and a loss, while the women were shut out in a tri-meet swimming and diving competition Saturday at the University of Maryland. In the men’s meet, GW defeated Villanova University 208-68, while losing to Maryland 152-135. The men notched eight first-place victories, tying Maryland’s total. The Colonial women fell […]
Last semester, textbook shopping took on a new dimension when a host of online competitors came on the scene to give the multibillion dollar industry a run for its money. VarsityBooks.com, part of the increasingly popular online book industry, targeted colleges in the D.C. area for the first time last fall. Bookstore sites such as […]
Those of you who have been to a home basketball game this semester probably have noticed the new face in the Smith Center. Apparently, we have a second mascot. The rather large abomination you may have seen waddling around the sidelines is not an overgrown punching bag. He is “Big George,” the “bounciest, biggest, rolly […]