September 2, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 9

Stories from the September 2, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Volleyball rolls in opener

The women’s volleyball team solidly defeated the University of Maryland-Baltimore County 3-1 in Wednesday’s season opener at the Smith Center. The four-game victory for the Colonial women also marked the first career victory for GW’s new head coach Yvette Moorehead. “It was good to get the first game over with,” Moorehead said. “We still have […]

Beauty is no pain for body art junkies

August 28, 1999Jinx Proof Tattoos & Piercing12 p.m. His body is a canvas for millions of mini masterpieces. Like a visitor to an art museum, I note the intricate detail and kaleidoscope of color. My attention coasts from a spider web on his arm to characters on his knuckles the same way I would walk […]

Senior fights to extend GW lease

A senior is attempting to remain in his GW-owned house after administrators told him to vacate the premises by the end of the semester, according to a letter he received from the Real Estate Office. “A decision has been made that our current institutional needs will no longer permit continued use of the property for […]

Online registration option replaces phone system

GW is hanging up its phone registration system. The University is replacing phone registration with online registration starting with the spring 2000 semester, University Registrar Brian Selinsky said. “Online registration has been around for a number of years,” Selinsky said. “It’s a lot easier, and if you do make a mistake, it’s all fixable and […]

HotBot ranks GW Web site 14th for searches

GW’s Web site is ranked 14th among college sites in the number of people who searched for it and visited it each month, according to a new report from Lycos’ search engine HotBot. Deborah Snelgrove, executive director for Student Academic and Support Services Communication and Technology, wrote in an e-mail that the rankings show the […]

GW cancels meeting with GTAAA

A GW vice president canceled last Thursday’s meeting with representatives of the Graduate Teaching Assistant-Adjunct Alliance as the group tries to gain union recognition at the University. “We regret the confusion over the earlier scheduled meeting, but now that it’s clear we’re dealing with a unionization effort, there are a host of duties and responsibilities […]

Career Center launches campaign

The annual Career Campaign expanded this fall, offering GW students an opportunity to become familiar with the Career Center’s services. The campaign, which began Aug. 25 with the Work-Study Expo job fair, will last six weeks instead of one week as it has in the past, said Jennifer M. Seile, Career Center communications coordinator. The […]

Workout? No Sweat!

As the sun rises over the Potomac, most GW students are snuggling a little deeper under the covers. But sophomore Lynn Tan is hitting the pavement on her daily jog around the White House. “It’s a great stress reliever,” says the California native. Around campus, many students are discovering that exercise is necessary to combat […]

University logs onto government’s technology initiative

GW students will have access to information relevant to them in a centralized location thanks to a government pilot program that will start this fall. The Access America for Students Initiative is part of Vice President Al Gore’s push for technology in schools, said Dan Small, Student Financial Assistance director. He said the government is […]