November 1, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 26

Stories from the November 1, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Student groups defend films

The Ministry of Unreal and Project 2501, GW’s Japanese animation club, threw an interesting party for everyone at a movie night Saturday in the New Hall Piano Lounge, Project 2501 President Ling Taylor said. Members watched horror and science-fiction films, including some popular anime films. Anime is a Japanese form of animated entertainment with mature […]

GW at the Millennium: The culture behind closed doors

It’s 6 p.m. on a Thursday evening and a GW student is leaving his Munson Hall room. He has an appointment in Riverside Towers Hall, the same appointment he has had every day since the beginning of the school year. He walks briskly over to Riverside, where he is signed in and walks upstairs. Inside […]

News Briefs

Sigma Alpha Epsilon `spices up’ haunted house The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity spiced up its annual Halloween haunted house to target a new audience last weekend, said Brad Reiss, president of Sigma Epsilon Alpha. Reiss said the fraternity beefed (the house) up a little to make it more scary this year because students from Stevens […]

Alpha Epsilon Phi violates rush rules

Members of the Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority are upset after their sorority was placed on social probation Oct. 6 for violating two sorority rush rules . The sorority was found guilty of violating a rule prohibiting sorority members from providing or consuming alcohol with a rushee prior to or during recruitment, said Janine Geraigery, president […]

Looking past race

The Hatchet’s article regarding interracial dating (Love hurts: Inter-ethnic relationships merge worlds of joy and pain, Oct. 28, p. 1) compelled me to write a letter in the hopes that a meaningful discussion about race would ensue. I would like to offer comments and criticisms that will spark interest in the subject. Your article makes […]

Colonial women prepare for opener

GW women’s basketball head coach Joe McKeown stood on the foul line and instructed senior guard Marlo Egleston as the team practiced one of its offensive plays. This followed sprints, shooting, and passing drills during the early part of Friday’s afternoon practice as the team nears its first exhibition game of the season. The team […]

GTAAA deserves support

I would like to thank the Student Association for endorsing a resolution supporting the unionization efforts of GW teaching assistants and part-time faculty. This is an instance in which the SA is truly acting on behalf of the best interests of students at GW, for we need the GTAAA as much as the part-time faculty […]

GW splits matches

The women’s soccer team split two Atlantic10 home matches over the weekend to end its tough season with an overall record of 3-15-1. GW sophomore Tiffany Williams shined over the weekend, giving the team much to look forward to in the future. Williams scored three goals over the two-game span while senior Katy McQuillin scored […]

GW needs to upgrade facilities

GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg visited my residence hall, Lafayette Hall, last Tuesday night as part of the Presidential Sleepover. During question and answer time, I asked why I have a class in the Thurston Hall Piano Lounge. He tried explaining to me that an English class being taught there is not a bad idea. […]

311 returns to its roots – blending rock, reggae, rap

Before Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit started selling millions of albums by rapping over alternative music, 311 had been doing the same thing for years. And after what many might call a hiatus on its last effort, Transistor, 311 returned with a more solid performance on Soundsystem (Capricorn). Perhaps the most prolific alternative band of […]