June 7, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 3

Stories from the June 7, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Beth Orton’s passion highlights sold-out 9:30 Club concert

With its soothing effect, Beth Orton’s music could be described as mellow. But this description does not capture the essence of the British singer’s music-it fails to convey the intensity with which she sings, the emotional fervor that makes Orton unique among the slew of female singers trying to become more than a B-stage Lillith […]

KMFDM concludes influential career with mature album

KMFDM, the band that made it cool for metal heads to dance, bids farewell with its latest release, Adios (Wax Trax). As the influential band’s most mature album, Adios is the perfect way for KMFDM to wrap-up its 15-year career. The album continues the band’s movement away from the hard, guitar-based sounds of its early […]

GW dining expands student options

GW students who purchase a meal plan this fall will have more choices of where they can eat and more flexible dining hours. The University has eliminated “meal zone” hours and expanded dining services to many of the locations on campus. It also plans to incorporate dining space in the recently purchased Hall on Virginia […]

Ground floor opens in Marvin Center

The renovation of the Marvin Center’s ground floor is set to be completed by the first day of classes, and the area has already been opened, said Mike Gargano, assistant vice president for Student Academic Support Services. The completion of the ground floor is the first part of a $22 million project to renovate the […]