Sholl’s Colonial Cafeteria has been a Washington landmark for more than 70 years. Its clientele has included everyone from members of Congress to members of the underclass. It serves up pie and chicken and a lot more – area residents are as loyal to the local cafeteria as Seinfeld and his friends were to Monk’s. […]
March 25, 1999
Volume 95, Issue 57
Stories from the March 25, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The end is finally in sight. Hallelujah! If you have been paying any sort of attention to campus goings-on (and if you care), you know the protracted election season will finally end Thursday. You will no longer be deluged with posters, palm cards and other various pieces of campaign literature. You can return to the […]
B-baseballMT-men’s tennisWT-women’s tennisC-crewG-gymnastics (DH)-doubleheader*at Temple Thursday: B vs. Coppin St.-3 p.m. Friday: MT vs. W. Va.-3 p.m. Saturday: B at Va. Tech (DH)-noonMT vs. Duquesne-3 p.m.WT at Mt. St. Mary’s-9:30 a.m.G at A-10 Champ.-TBA*C-at Rochester/Cornell-8 a.m. Sunday: B at Va. Tech-1 p.m.
The GW baseball team split its last two games, losing on the road to the U.S. Naval Academy Wednesday and defeating George Mason University Tuesday. The Colonials also picked up a win by forfeit when the College of William & Mary refused to play a game at Barcroft Field last Wednesday. According to NCAA rules, […]
Rogers, Mescheriakov named to all-star team The National Association of Basketball Coaches selected Shawnta Rogers and Yegor Mescheriakov to play in the NABC All-Star Game at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Tampa, Fla. Rogers and Mescheriakov will represent the east squad under University of Kentucky head coach Tubby Smith. Teammates on the east team include guards […]
There’s a saying at Sholl’s Colonial Cafeteria: “It’s where the senators come to slum and the homeless come to splurge.” One visit to the 71-year-old D.C. landmark proves that sentiment rings true. The customers are a diverse lot: senior citizens and college students, members of the House of Representatives and homeless people, former presidents and […]
Just hearing the announcer call Albert Roma a “gangly guy” made the disaster against Indiana University a little easier to take. Knowing Shawnta Rogers was getting the national publicity he so rightfully deserved also made it slightly better. And if you lasted until the end of the game, seeing Bobby Knight put his hands on […]
Jessica Smithers says no matter how often she talks about the night she was raped in October 1995, it spurs strong emotions. “I have had to discuss it on so many instances, and it still hasn’t gotten easier,” she said. Smithers, who transferred to GW in 1997, was a freshman at Boston University when she […]
The GW gymnastics team will try to “defend what is ours” when it competes at the Atlantic 10 Championships Saturday in Philadelphia, sophomore Lindsey Ferris said. Winners of last year’s A-10 title and the No. 1 seed this year, the Colonial women and head coach Margie Foster-Cunningham are not ready to relinquish their title. “We […]
GW awarded scholarships to eight seniors from D.C. public high schools Tuesday during a luncheon at the University Club. The 1999 Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship Program, formerly called the 21st Century Scholars program, will give eight young women more than a million dollars in scholarship funds over four years. The scholarship money goes toward full […]