I am writing about the status of part-time faculty at GW, having just attended the GTAAA rally for higher pay. Many families may not be aware that their tuition dollars are not going toward enhanced teaching at GW, but instead into unspecified infrastructure and bureaucratic advancement. Let me explain: I hold a doctorate (with distinction) […]
August 26, 1999
Volume 96, Issue 7
Stories from the August 26, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
This week GW fell out of the top 50 in the U.S. News & World Report rankings. I wonder if the people who determine the rankings have visited our school in the last few years. When I was a freshman in 1996, the school was ranked 46th. At that time, there was no Ethernet or […]
The Big East Conference announced Tuesday it would add Virginia Tech as a full member starting in the 2001-2002 season. In response, GW Athletic Director Jack Kvancz said Wednesday that move would have no effect on GW’s conference status, and, if he had his way, the Atlantic 10 would remain an 11-team conference for basketball. […]
Sophomore golfer Thomas Blankvoort’s close tournament calls during the summer provides the GW men’s golf team with strong promise for the upcoming season. Blankvoort shot a 6-over-par 149 (72-77), and missed the round of 32 by only one stroke at the invite-only 1999 North-South Amateur Tournament held Aug. 9-12 in Pinehurst, N.C. “It’s a putt […]
MS-men’s soccerWS-women’s soccer Thursday:no games scheduled Friday:no games scheduled Saturday:no games scheduled Sunday:MS Alumni Game, 10:30 a.m.WS vs. Maryland -1 p.m.
GW students constantly hear how fortunate they are to be going to school in Washington D.C. There’s politics. There’s internships. Then there’s more politics. But students living in the District are blessed in yet another way. There’s also the arts. With The Kennedy Center literally in GW’s backyard, the National and Warner theaters a Metro […]
GW’s Turkish Student Association led efforts to raise money and help students cope with the loss of family and friends in the wake of last week’s earthquake in Turkey. The earthquake, registering a magnitude of 7.4 and centered in the northwestern city of Golguk, in the region of Marmara, struck close to home for many […]
Originally Published 08/26/99 Bar: The Big Hunt Where: 1345 Connecticut Ave., NW Crowd: twentysomethings with a smattering of those in their thirties Getting in: need an ID to get by the door Prices: the D.C. norm – $3.25 for a Bud or Bud Lite. Plus, a good special Thursdays – $3 pints of Red Hook. […]
– magnitude of 7.4 – 12,500 deaths so far, 33,000 injured – Officials estimate final death toll could reach 40,000 – 42 countries and 38 international organizations have sent aid to Turkey since the earthquake Sources: Red Cross Web site, CNN.com, disasterrelief.org
Plenty of white guys in khakis and Polo shirts shmoozed at the College Republicans’ Welcome Week reception Tuesday night. But almost as many women and a smattering of minority students participated in the kick-off event as well. Almost 250 GW students gobbled chicken wings and mozzarella sticks on the CR’s tab in the crowded party […]