September 9, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 11

Stories from the September 9, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

`Living and Learning’ gone too far

It is repulsive that the Community Living and Learning Center would try to put a positive spin on holding classes in Thurston Hall. If it is necessary, because administrators blundered by enrolling too many students, the least they could do is fess up and admit it. I prefer that, as opposed to them espousing what […]

Common sense gun policy

You get into a drunken rage and whack your roommate over the head with a vase – chances are they’ll be getting up the next morning (with a splitting headache). You get into a drunken rage and pick up a gun, your roommate won’t be getting up the next morning. Or the morning after. Anti-gun […]

Shameful layoffs — staff editorial

Workers of the old University Club were abandoned after many years of service and are now out of a job. In anticipation of the University Club’s move from the third floor of the Marvin Center to its new F Street location, GW changed contractors. But the University did not require the new management to keep […]

Quote of the Week

“Who could beat us in that category?” GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg about GW’s No. 17 “red tape” ranking. “I find it incredible to think that anyone beat us. We’re so close to the definitive beast of red tape – the federal government – that it makes us overly bureaucratic. Our model in town is […]

Please – for Mr. Smith – read this column and learn somethin

Here’s a trivial fact about me that many of my friends don’t even know (if they care). Lou Holtz, the former Notre Dame and current South Carolina football coach, is my second cousin (my branch of the family dropped the `z’). I actually met him once at a family wedding, and he seems like a […]

Personnel Moves

Crew: Matthew Pascal was named men’s novice coach, replacing Matt Russell. Baseball: Chris Burr was named assistant baseball coach.

GMU drops GW to 0-5

The Colonial women are 0-5 and have been outscored this season 18-1. The season hit a new low Wednesday at George Mason Stadium when the Patriots romped over GW 7-1 to notch GMU’s second-highest point total in school history. There is consolation in that the Colonial women opened the season 0-6 last year only to […]

GW’s Smith Center to host NBA, WNBA superstars

Two separate announcements were made Wednesday that promise to keep roundball lovers in the vicinity of 22nd and G streets happy throughout the usually basketball-free month of September. Instead of the usual cast of gym rats, the Larry “Tex” Silverman Court is scheduled to spend the last two weeks in September hosting some of the […]

Student gets hit by vehicle

A male resident of the Hall on Virginia Avenue was struck by a car Tuesday night, said University Police. UPD Director Dolores Stafford said the HOVA resident was struck in the arm by the car’s side view mirror at about 11 p.m. The resident was crossing Rock Creek Parkway at Virginia Avenue when the accident […]

Upcoming games

Thursday:No games scheduled. Friday:WVBall vs. Brown- 4 p.m.* Saturday:WVBall vs. Fairleigh Dickinson- 11 a.m.*WVBall at Navy- 7 p.m.*MSoccer vs. Georgia Southern- 12 p.m.#MWPolo vs. Washington and Jefferson- 10 a.m.+MWPolo vs. Princeton- 1:30 p.m.+MWPolo vs. Johns Hopkins- 5:30 p.m.+MCCountry at Navy- 11 a.m.WCCountry at Navy- 11:30 a.m.Golf at Navy Fall IntercollegiateWTennis at W. V. Invitational Sunday:MSoccer […]