Nearly 70 spectators turned out to watch dragons dance and Chinese warriors sword fight when the Chinese American Student Association celebrated the Chinese new year on the Quad Friday afternoon, said CASA President Jenni Suen. Suen, whose group sponsored the Lion Dance, which featured traditional Chinese performers displaying ancient dances, said she was impressed with […]
February 22, 1999
Volume 95, Issue 50
Stories from the February 22, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
G-gymnasticsMBB-men’s basketball Monday: no games scheduled Tuesday: no games scheduled Wednesday: MBB vs. Va. Tech-7:30 p.m. Thursday: G vs. James Madison-7:30 p.m.
In the wake of a Feb. 8 sexual assault, the Student Association and University Police Department discussed rape prevention tips for students during a University Campus Safety Forum in the Marvin Center Wednesday night. The majority-female audience expressed safety concerns surrounding the crime at the nearby Potomac Park apartment building. The suspect is still at […]
The GW women’s basketball team needed to win one of its two weekend road games to clinch second place in the Atlantic 10 West Division and gain a first-round bye in the conference tournament. GW (18-8, 12-4 Atlantic 10) did just that, securing second place in the A-10 with a win at Duquesne Friday. In […]
False fire alarm in New Hall triggers investigation The housing services office and several New Hall rooms suffered damage Saturday morning after a false fire alarm triggered emergency sprinklers, saturating the first floor. Students in damaged rooms were moved out temporarily while the soggy rooms were cleaned. “The Community Living and Learning Center asked the […]
GW started a three-game series with Coastal Carolina University this weekend by thrashing the Chanticleers in Conway, S.C. But Coastal Carolina bounced back to handily defeat GW twice and take the series. The Chanticleers’ 7-2 start is their best in 11 years. The Colonials (2-4) travel to the University of South Carolina next weekend for […]
The festival of Holi (pronounced “Holy”), also called the festival of colors, celebrates the coming of spring in the northern regions of India. As the stark branches and barren fields of winter months give way to budding leaves and blossoming flowers, people try to match the riot of colors unleashed by nature. The present form […]
If you compare the five members of Collective Soul from its last tour and the guys promoting the band’s new album, it looks like someone told them to get a makeover. But appearance aside, Collective Soul is still the same band that is arguably the most popular modern rock group of the ’90s. After releasing […]
My compliments to the editors of The GW Hatchet for amusing us all once again with their attempt to act like a real newspaper. While it failed, as usual, it did provide another glimpse into the “ivory tower” mentality that now seems to dominate The Hatchet. First off, I will gladly confess to being the […]
After years of criticism – mostly from the right – that President Clinton had allowed the U.S. military to deteriorate like the hollow forces of the 1970s, he finally gave in. Or that is what he would like the public to believe. During his State of the Union address in January, he said, “It is […]