February 4, 1999

Volume 95, Issue 45

Stories from the February 4, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

The Nuremberg Files – Staff editorial

A federal jury in Portland, Ore., ordered a group of antiabortion activists Tuesday to pay more than $107 million to Planned Parenthood and several doctors. The reason? The activists created Old West-style “wanted” posters and a Web site that lists the names, addresses and license plate numbers of abortion providers. In winning the suit, the […]

Forgoing the deposit – Staff editorial

If U.S. News & World Report had a top 50 ranking for universities that take good ideas and turn them into bad decisions, GW would find itself near the top of the list. Back in November, GW decided to scrap the policy that had allowed financially strapped students to waive the $300 housing deposit. Students […]

Upcoming Games

G-gymnasticsMT-men’s tennisMBB-men’s basketballWBB-women’s basketball*in Newport News, Va. Thursday: no games scheduled Friday: MT at ODU-8 p.m.*WBB vs. Dayton-7 p.m. Saturday: MT at VCU Tourn.G vs. UMass-12 p.m.MBB at Va. Tech-2 p.m. Sunday: MT at VCU Tourn.WBB vs. Xavier-2 p.m.

Sports Briefs

Wilee best in A-10 last week GW gymnast Darden Wilee was named the Atlantic 10 Performer of the Week for her high scores against the University of Kentucky and North Carolina State University Jan. 29. The sophomore posted season highs in all four events at the competition, and her all-around score of 38.850 is the […]

Men lose at James Madison, women play at Cornell event

The men’s tennis team opened its spring season with a loss at James Madison University, while the women’s team played its third competition of the young season at the Cornell University Invitational. The GW men lost 6-1 Jan. 30 at Montclair Country Club. The Colonials dropped the top five singles matches. Junior Mike Stein came […]

Colonials survive La Salle scare

Shawnta Rogers hit a shot as time expired to secure the GW men’s basketball team a 72-70 win against La Salle at Gola Arena in Philadelphia Wednesday night. La Salle tied the game at 70 when Rasual Butler hit one of two free throws after GW senior Yegor Mescheriakov committed his fifth personal foul. The […]

Men and women could share Mount Vernon residence hall

Male and female residents may share Mount Vernon’s Pelham Hall this fall after residents of the women’s campus complained this week about GW’s decision to house men in the hall. At a Mount Vernon community meeting Monday, Executive Dean Grae Baxter heard from current Pelham residents who want to live there again next semester. Pelham […]

GW tennis teams ready for spring

The GW men’s and women’s tennis teams come into the spring season ready to make a run at the Atlantic 10 championships. Both squads have new head coaches – Tom Hawkins on the men’s side and Jeanne Gengler for the women’s team. The GW men compiled an overall record of 8-14 last year and finished […]

Fee waiver policy infuriates students

Some students told GW housing officials and Residence Hall Association leaders this week they are unhappy with the University’s decision to discard the residence hall lottery fee waiver. “I run into walls,” first-semester senior Aaron Albright said at a Tuesday meeting with Community Living and Learning Center representatives and RHA members. “I’m worried I’m going […]

GW has reached the promised land, better known as ESPN

I was watching Duke University destroy the University of Maryland on ESPN last night. A week before, the not-so-mighty Georgetown University played on ESPN and found a way to blow its halftime lead against shaky top-ranked University of Connecticut. I missed the coverage because I happened to spend five bucks to go see the MCI […]