March 4, 1999

Volume 95, Issue 53

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

EVP candidate faces violations, fines

The Joint Elections Committee fined Student Association executive vice presidential candidate Derek Grosso 35 points this weekend after he distributed campaign material before Saturday’s men’s basketball game against Xavier. Candidates are fined for violations of JEC rules. If a candidate amasses 50 points, the JEC, which oversees SA, Program Board and Marvin Center Governing Board […]

Fighting sexism with more sexism

Apparently radical feminist/theologian Mary Daly hasn’t learned anything from her long and arduous struggle against sexism. She recently took a leave of absence from Boston College, where she is an associate professor, rather than admit two men into a formerly all-female class. The two students tried to take a feminist ideology class, but allege that […]

Rank and file silliness

With the new millennium approaching, it seems that everyone and his mother is coming up with a top 100 list of one sort or another. This summer, there was the top 100 books of the 20th century. Ladies’ Home Journal‘s top 100 women of the century is on newsstands now. The Columbia Journalism Review lists […]

Reverse discrimination – Staff editorial

Boston College feminist theology professor Mary Daly refused to allow two males into her “Introduction to Feminist Ethics” class in December. BC officials told her she had to let the men in or take early retirement. She opted instead for a leave of absence, the third time in 25 years she has had to leave […]

Colonials edge UMBC for victory, end five-game skid

After losing five games in a row, the GW baseball team bounced back to beat winless University of Maryland-Baltimore County 4-3 Wednesday afternoon at Barcroft Park. “I was glad to see us get into a one-run game and pull it out,” GW head coach Tom Walter said. “It’s good for our confidence.” Confidence is what […]

Rogers, Gomez named the best in A-10

GW came away with the Atlantic 10’s highest individual men’s and women’s basketball awards, both released in the last week. The A-10 named both Shawnta Rogers and Noelia Gomez conference Players of the Year Feb. 25 and March 2, respectively. Rogers is the first player ever to lead the A-10 in scoring, assists and steals. […]

Club Roundup

Badminton:The GW badminton club had a strong showing at the Northeast Regional Collegiate Championships in Swarthmore, Pa., Feb. 21. In women’s singles, GW’s Holly Raiter was defeated in the finals. Chrissy Carmody and Raiter lost in the semifinals of women’s doubles. In men’s singles, Adly Yacob and Shahril Abas made it to the quarterfinals. Yacob […]

GW faces Dayton in A-10 tourney

The GW men’s basketball team will face Dayton in the Atlantic 10 Tournament quarterfinals Thursday night at Philadelphia’s First Union Spectrum at 7 p.m. GW, the A-10 West Division champion, is on a two-game winning streak after last Saturday’s thrilling victory over Xavier. A-10 Player of the Year Shawnta Rogers leads the Colonials into Philadelphia […]

Rice wins SA presidency; Sadler, Leu face off for EVP

Alexis Rice got good news as the sun rose over J Street Thursday morning. The Joint Elections Committee declared Rice the new Student Association president after more than six hours of waiting for results. “I’m really shocked,” said Rice, who received 868 votes. “We ran a clean, honest, fair campaign that was focused on the […]

Mob Hit

New York’s most powerful gangster becomes the new head of his crime family. The Feds want him out. The leader of another family wants him dead. Analyze This (Warner Bros.) purposely pushes all the Hollywood mobster clich?s but adds a comedic twist. The result is a surprisingly heart-warming film with fresh, witty writing. Analyze This […]