August 26, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 7

Stories from the August 26, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Mount Vernon women maintain traditions despite transitions

Mount Vernon College used to sit tucked away peacefully in the northwest corner of the District since its founding more than 120 years ago. But since GW took control of the college in October 1996 some of that tranquillity has been lost and a busier, more dynamic campus rose up in its place. This summer […]

A little bit Gore, a little bit Quayle: Welcome to GW

August 24, 1999Marvin Center Ballroom9:30 p.m. An hour into Activism Night at GW, Rachel Miller enters the ballroom, in search of two things – opportunities and stickers. “We are in D.C., it’s the best place to get involved,” the freshman from Columbus, Ohio, says enthusiastically as she scopes out the auditorium. “You get to work […]

RHA gives students at Mount Vernon a say

Students living on the Mount Vernon campus will have five votes this year on RHA matters, RHA President Alan Elias said Tuesday. Gearing up for another year of programming and advocating on behalf of on-campus GW students, Elias said he is excited about having Mount Vernon as part of RHA. “They can be a part […]