February 8, 1999

Volume 95, Issue 46

Stories from the February 8, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Students produce feature film at GW

The Bet, the first full-length feature film being produced by a GW student, will be filmed on campus in February and March. The Bet is a romantic comedy about love, sex and romance written and directed by junior Zachary Kaplan. The Bet is “a hilarious romantic comedy that explores the concepts behind dating,” said Kaplan, […]

Sports Brief

Men’s tennis falls to Monarchs The GW men’s tennis team fell 7-0 to Old Dominion University Friday night in Newport News, Va. The Colonials won just one match in the contest as GW’s No. 1 doubles team of Kent Wright and Michael Rozofsky beat ODU’s Patrick Boza and Hiero Rodriguez. GW’s No. 5 and 6 […]

SAS auctions eligible bachelors

The stage was set in the Marvin Center ballroom for some of GW’s most eligible bachelors to strike a pose, when the South Asian Society hosted its first-ever bachelor auction Thursday night. The group held the auction to raise money for “Bhangra Blowout,” an annual intercollegiate dance competition sponsored by SAS. “We have no idea […]

Fun Lovin’ Criminals fails with new sounds

The Fun Lovin’ Criminals’ latest album is titled 100% Colombian (Virgin), but it sounds more like 70 percent. The listener gets to hear two kinds of sound on 100% Colombian. The first combines hip-hop, jazz, ’70s funk, R&B and lounge styles into a great laidback sound. The opening song, “Up on the Hill,” is a […]

News Briefs

Dining Services Commission pushes for lower catering prices Student organization concerns about high-priced University catering services have led to a Dining Services Commission push for a price reduction. Chris Voss, who chairs the Student Association commission, said he became aware of the problem when student groups told him the price of food catered by the […]

New album shows Starr’s individuality

Going solo is never an easy task, especially after providing the beat for The Beatles. But in recent years, Ringo Starr has bravely faced the challenge, launching a solo career that echoes the energy of the Fab Four and at the same time establishing his individuality as a musician, song writer and comedian. Starr’s latest […]

Career fair offers jobs, internships

The GW Career Center hosted 60 organizations offering employment and internships at the semester’s first career fair Wednesday in the Marvin Center. “The fair is geared toward mostly non-technical jobs,” said Jeanette Rousseau, employer relations coordinator. “This is one mechanism for finding jobs and I do know that students get jobs through a fair like […]

GW’s road to integration had a few bumps

These days, Black History Month celebrations are commonplace, especially at GW, which markets its racial and ethnic diversity to prospective students. To promote culture and education, the Black Peoples’ Union will host an event almost every day this month. And Feb. 19, students of all races will crowd into Lisner Auditorium to watch the African-American […]

Bus trip opens door to Baltimore’s history

Several miles outside Baltimore’s bustling, modern Inner Harbor lie expansive community blocks that are home to much of the city’s working-class population. Despite dilapidated housing projects and boarded-up shops, many crumbling mostly-black neighborhoods cannot help but exude an important sense of history. Every corner tells a story. Most stretch back over centuries. Baltimore still lives […]

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