In the first two years of the class of 1999 experience, women’s sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, and gymnastics ruled the Foggy Bottom scene. In the next two years, the men redeemed themselves with some of the greatest basketball and baseball seasons in GW history. Fueled by the brilliance of `99 graduates Yegor Mescheriakov, […]
May 17, 1999
Volume 96, Issue 2
Stories from the May 17, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
B-baseball*at Jacobs Field Monday: no games scheduled. Tuesday: B at Cleveland State-2 p.m.* Wednesday: no games scheduled. Thursday: no games scheduled.
Commencement speaker Archbishop Desmond Tutu spread his arms wide as if to embrace the more than 20,000 spectators at Commencement on the Ellipse, with only the gentle sound of flags flapping in the wind and a few hushed voices as competition. “There are no outsiders,” he said. Tutu, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in […]
La Salle sweeps GW The GW baseball team had to win only one game of their home weekend series against the Duquesne Dukes to qualify for the four-team Atlantic 10 Tournament. But instead, they were swept in three games Friday and Saturday. In game one, the Colonials gave up five runs in the ninth to […]
The little girls nervously pulled the hems of their black skirts, and the little boys tugged at the collars of their white button-downs. But when the crew lifted the curtain, the children of every race, creed and ethnicity dropped their hands and raised their voices for Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The Murch-Mann Children’s Choir joined other […]
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Event organizers in GW’s School of Business and Public Management said they will educate themselves about the University’s alcohol policy after inadvertently violating it during a spring leadership retreat. SBPM administrators serve alcohol at the annual spring leadership retreat for seniors, alumni, faculty and staff, Undergraduate Marketing Coordinator Linda Christensen said. She said event organizers […]
Student groups who applied for funding over the summer will receive their allocations despite a struggle between the executive branch of the Student Association and the SA Senate. But SA President Phil Meisner said debate continues about how money will be doled out. “I have a tougher fight ahead of me, but I’m not going […]
The beer was flowing at Thurston Hall Wednesday night, but residents, for the first time in their lives, weren’t taking turns looking out for University Police officials patrolling the halls. But public consumption wasn’t the only thing out of the ordinary in the freshman residence hall at the University-sponsored “Back to Thurston” party, where graduates […]
“We have Tutu’s connections to thank for the weather.”-Jill Kasle, University Marshal, as sunny skies shined on the Ellipse and a cool breeze blew Sunday. “We have (Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Arthur) Levitt’s connections to thank for the weather and Tutu’s connections to thank for the stock market.”-Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, GW president “We have […]