Forbidden love can set the stage for the most tragic and wonderful love story of all time, said Betsey, a GW sophomore. Betsey, who asked to be called by her first name only, said she and her Muslim boyfriend faced objections from their families when they started dating in high school. The couple represents a […]
October 28, 1999
Volume 96, Issue 25
Stories from the October 28, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Student Association Senate endorsed a resolution supporting the unionization efforts of GW teaching assistants and part-time faculty Tuesday. At the SA Senate meeting, President Phil Meisner also came out in support of the group. Previously, Meisner called possible unionization a complicated issue. But Tuesday, Meisner said members of the Graduate Teaching Assistant-Adjunct Alliance have […]
The United ChurchWednesday, Oct. 2711:30 a.m. Each year the basement of the United Church on 20th and G streets is transformed into a bargain hunter’s dream. During the last week in October members of the church organize the Fall Sale to raise money for the church. Items that are sold are collected all year from […]
Drinking, AIDS and a little bit of kung Fu breathing were thrown into a discussion led by Real World personalities Montana and Kaia at Lisner Hall Wednesday night, kicking off Greek Week. Promising to bring The Real Truth from The Real World, two stars from MTV’s popular documentary series opened up the program with clips […]
3 Hatchets When you think of Wes Craven, the director of the original Nightmare on Elm Street and the Scream franchise, images of bloody knives, screaming teenagers in peril and scary killers in masks pop into your head. With his latest venture, Craven takes a new path. He is the director of Music of the […]