September 23, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 15

Stories from the September 23, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

IFC votes to support Sigma Chi’s return

The Interfraternity Council voted Tuesday to encourage the University to renew Sigma Chi’s recognition with certain conditions, IFC leaders said. At Sigma Chi’s presentation, which was closed to the public, Sigma Chi members answered questions from fraternity presidents. Sigma Chi lost University recognition in 1997 after the fraternity hosted a party during Colonial Inauguration. Sigma […]

The GW women’s soccer team’s record losing streak

Maryland at GW. UMD 2, GW 0GW at Georgetown. GU 2, GW 0GW vs. San Diego State. SDSU 2, GW 0GW vs. William & Mary. W&M 5, GW 1GW at George Mason. GMU 7, GW 1GW at Auburn. AU 2, GW 1GW at Georgia. UGA 1, GW 0 (2 OT)James Madison at GW. JMU 2, […]

Japanese comic craze comes to GW

“Sailor Moon” is one of the Cartoon Network’s top-rated shows, no one can ignore the presence of Pok?mon, and circulating rumors suggest Final Fantasy VIII will become the Furby of this year’s holiday season. “New Vision,” an online Japanese manga, or comic book, is bringing the Asian animation craze to GW. Junior Ling Taylor and […]

Three-minute lapse costs GW on road

A three-minute lapse early in Tuesday’s men’s soccer game at Howard University cost the Colonials as they fell 4-1 on the wet artificial turf of Howard Stadium. GW was stunned by three Howard goals in the 16th, 17th and 18th minutes, led by Carlington Clarke, who had a goal and two assists in that span. […]

CLLC reduces meeting space

Student groups are concerned that there may be a shortage of meeting space after the Community Living and Learning Center reduced the amount of space available to organizations in residence halls this summer. “The hall councils came to us at the end of last year with concerns about student group use of residence hall space […]

GW preseason ranked 11th

The Women’s Basketball News Service released its preseason top 25 Monday, and the GW women’s basketball team found itself in a familiar position – highly ranked. The Service ranked the Colonial women 11th in the country, making them the only Atlantic 10 team in the top 25. The Service also named senior guard Elisa Aguilar […]

SA seeks to break freshman `curse’

Student Association graduate Sen. J.P. Blackford (SEAS) said he hopes the “curse” does not strike this year’s Student Association freshman senators. That “curse” is the high number of freshman senators who fail to return to the SA Senate after their first year of service. As chairman of the SA Rules Committee, Blackford oversees the application […]

Sports Brief

Cross country and crew open seasons with major home events Saturday, the men’s and women’s crew teams will take the water for the first time as they host the Head of the Potomac at the Thompson Boat House (end of Virginia Avenue) on the Potomac River. Both crews will race in the morning. The meet […]

SA book exchange breeds success

The days of waiting in line for textbooks are over. Sort of. The semi-annual Student Association Book Exchange held at the beginning of the semester provided students with an economical way of selling and buying used textbooks, SA vice president for Academic Affairs Elizabeth Cox said. Led by Cox, the SA’s Book Exchange bought and […]

Upcoming games

Thursdayno games scheduled FridayWVBall vs. Temple-6:30 p.m.MTennis at Metro Champ. (D.C.)WTennis at Maryland Invit. SaturdayCrew- Head of the Potomac (D.C.) 8:30 a.m.MWater Polo vs. Grove City-1:00 p.m.M Water Polo vs. Navy-7:00 p.m.WVBall vs. La Salle-5:30 p.m.MTennis at Metro Champ.WTennis at Maryland Invit. SundayCC at GW Invit. (Centreville, Va.)-10:15 a.m.WSoccer vs. Va. Tech-1:00 p.m.MSoccer vs. Va. […]