The extensive selection process for next year’s community facilitators started this week with information sessions conducted by the Community Living and Learning Center. Candidates received applications at these sessions along with a comprehensive overview of the job and its responsibilities. Tova Olson, CLLC’s manager for Selection, Training and Development, said qualities needed for the position […]
October 28, 1999
Volume 96, Issue 25
Stories from the October 28, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Classified Ads Work Study Help Wanted Announcements Personal Services Opportunities Internships Housing Offered Travel Tutoring Typing/Word Proc.
Crossfire co-host Bill Press told students in Funger Hall Tuesday he does not believe presidential candidate Pat Buchanan’s assertion that the Democratic and Republican parties are identical. I think it’s pure elephant shit, Press said. He worked with Buchanan on Crossfire until Buchanan left the show to pursue his political career. Press did not have […]
The business of assisted reproduction recently took a turn for the worse. The eggs of beautiful, healthy and intelligent women will now be auctioned to the highest bidder over the Internet. And the architect of this ingenious Web site – www.ronsangels.com – will take 20 percent of the profit from each sale. The brainchild of […]
A Palestinian member of the Israeli Parliament described what he termed the Pepsi versus Coca-Cola elections for prime minister earlier this year in the Marvin Center Sunday. Israeli Parliament member Azmi Bashara said, like Pepsi and Coca-Cola, the prime minister candidates were virtually identical when it came to their ideas about the peace process. Bashara […]
I am guessing that it must be hard for many of you to accept my view or even begin to understand how I can tolerate and accept the so-called sweatshops and their real or exaggerated poor working conditions and environments. The reality is that there are uglier truths that I didn’t share. No this is […]
GW axes modem access Off-campus Internet users will no longer be able to dial into the GWIS system using a modem after Jan. 1, 2000. Dave Swartz, the chief information officer of Information Systems and Services, said the modem pool system is not Year-2000-compliant. The University was forced to decide whether to spend $100,000 to […]
When you were a kid, you would spend weeks, maybe months, planning your Halloween costume. Some kids wore the plastic masks from K-Mart that you couldn’t breathe through. Other kids would wear black and draw red blood dripping from all orifices on their faces. And then there were the creative kids who would transform a […]
In the Oct. 26 article, GW students share poetry, prose and music at an open-mic night, the number of students who was actually around 125 to 150 people. In the Oct. 21 article, University plans to upgrade GWTV, Director of the Electronic Media Program David Liban, should not have been quoted as saying that the […]
Classified Ads Help Wanted Announcements Personal Services Opportunities Internships Housing Offered Travel Tutoring Typing/Word Proc.