February 16, 1999

Volume 95, Issue 48

Stories from the February 16, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Busta Rhymes’ album rehashes old themes

Tired of hearing about the millennium? Too bad. Busta Rhymes’ third solo album, Extinction Level Event (Elektra), provides another surmise about the year 2000, as if audiences didn’t get the apocalyptic warnings of his other platinum solo albums, The Coming and When Disaster Strikes. By continually pumping out albums with redundant themes, Busta Rhymes seemingly […]

Off-campus housing site gets poor marks

GW’s off-campus housing Web site, established two years ago to replace the office that maintained listings, has failed to meet student expectations, Student Association representatives said. The new service was initiated by Student and Academic Support Services Communication and Technology as a cost-effective way to provide off-campus housing information. But the Web site, at www.och.gwu.edu, […]

Phair and Morissette prove the power of female rockers

When strong, outspoken women hit the music scene, they were labeled as angry and bitter. Most listeners expected female singers to croon about the wonders of love and the sadness of loss with a sweet little voice. But then female rockers hit such as Liz Phair and Alanis Morissette hit the scene. They were talented, […]

ACLU to review cohabitation case

The American Civil Liberties Union will review Thursday the case of two GW freshmen who are battling the University’s single-sex room policy. Crawford Hall residents Clark Harding and Kathy Rooney said they lobbied Senior Assistant Dean of Students Mike Walker for a policy change at a Feb. 2 meeting. Rooney said Walker told her if […]

In the 1960s, cohabitation made Hatchet headlines

It’s been said that history repeats itself, and at GW, that seems to be the case. Freshmen Clark Harding and Kathy Rooney sparked both criticism and support last month when they asked to live together in University housing, even bringing in the American Civil Liberties Union for help in their fight. The issue of coed […]

Group launches student lecture series

The Korean American Student Association and the Elliott School of International Affairs have teamed up this semester to create a new student lecture series. Sophomore KASA member Casey Reivich said the group began the series to highlight the academic interests and pursuits of students. “The University has thoughtful, insightful, interesting students and we want to […]

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Habitat for Humanity volunteers build houses from the ground up

Fourteen students from GW’s Habitat for Humanity chapter traveled to Mount Rainier, Md., Saturday to help build a house, a project organized by the organization’s Prince George’s County chapter. Because the GW chapter lacks the trained architects, skilled carpenters and other artisans required to build a house from the ground up, they contribute to projects […]

Candidate declarations kick off campaign

Friday’s deadline for candidate declarations marked the official start of student election season at GW and many candidates are already devising platforms around what they believe to be important campus issues. Ed Meinert, Phil Meisner, Paul Prados and Alexis Rice are running for Student Association president. Derek Grosso, Caity Leu and Cat Sadler are running […]

News Briefs

Elliott School snags admiral as commencement speaker GW alumnus Adm. Joseph W. Prueher will speak at the Elliott School of International Affairs 1999 Commencement ceremony May 14, as the school celebrates 100 years of international affairs education. “Adm. Prueher is one of our most distinguished alumni and he is an outstanding role model and an […]