September 30, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 17

Stories from the September 30, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Deadline approaches for literary magazine Wooden Teeth

GW’s art and literary magazine Wooden Teeth is accepting submissions for its first issue, which will be published in the spring. The deadline for submissions is Oct. 12. The literary magazine proclaims “Submit Yourself” on its posters placed all around campus. Its goal is to “invoke the GW community in art and literature,” Editor in […]

Mystery, Alaska leaves unanswered questions

3 Hatchets Despite great hockey scenes and a convincing cast, Mystery, Alaska (Hollywood Pictures) is more “Northern Exposure” than it is Youngblood. The movie centers on the town of Mystery, Alaska, where hockey is more than a sport – it is a way of life. The importance of the weekly Saturday game, when the best […]

Legal fight continues about race in admissions

(U-WIRE) CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – A ruling by a three-judge panel of the fourth U.S. Circuit Court Friday declared an admissions policy using race as a factor unconstitutional, sparking yet another round of legal wrangling among University of Virginia leaders. The decision declared an Arlington County, Va., kindergarten magnet school’s lottery system, which gives preference to […]

Bar Belle: Clyde’s of Georgetown

Originally Published 09/30/99 Bar: Clyde’s of GeorgetownWhere: 3236 M St., NWCrowd: twentysomethings to mid-30sGetting In: Didn’t card at the door, but you need an ID to get drinksPrices: Moderate, but not cheapFood: Kitchen closes at 1 a.m. on weekends, Saturday and Sunday brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Dancing: nonePick-ups: Maybe if you’re […]

News Briefs

SA chooses freshman senators The Student Association Senate chose two students to fill its freshman senator seats at Tuesday night’s meeting. The Senate chose Josh Rothstein and Joe Ardito from a group of six finalists. As senators, the pair will not have voting privileges but will offer input at Senate and committee meetings, especially on […]


In the story “Walking the Walk: Hundreds of GW students take to the streets to fight AIDS,” which ran Monday, Sept. 27, the number of total walkers who participated in AIDS Walk Washington 1999 was incorrect. The correct number was estimated at more than 22,000 participants. In a front page story (“Students lobby Congress,” Sept. […]


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Controversial congressman faces GW student protests

Rep. Bob Barr (R-Ga.) condemned the D.C. referendum to legalize medicinal marijuana at a GW College Republicans event and spoke about several other issues while anti-Barr protesters waited outside. More than 15 members of the GW Progressive Student Union organized a demonstration outside the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre, expressing anti-Barr sentiment to passers-by. According to […]

GW’s silence

It’s been a few weeks since everyone has returned to campus, and, as often happens, serious issues have gone unanswered by GW’s administration. Granted, GW students are notorious for complaining about anything and everything. “Mom, why can’t we have (insert item here) like those kids at Harvard!” However, in the early weeks of the semester […]