GW students and Foggy Bottom residents gathered Saturday morning to clean up their neighborhood amid criticism that students are problematic neighbors. The Foggy Bottom Cleanup, sponsored by the Student Association, began in the Marvin Center Ballroom with a free breakfast for speakers and 85 volunteers. GW sophomore Eddie Rodriguez spoke about the benefits of joining […]
November 1, 1999
Volume 96, Issue 26
Stories from the November 1, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Students in two GW residence halls opened their doors this weekend to kids from the District, providing a safe environment for young trick-or-treaters. A Crawford Hall event Friday brought together 30 kids from the Northwest Settlement House, a local day-care center. More than 30 GW students got the chance to pass out candy and bond […]
You can tell a lot about a band from its name. But what do you make of a band with the name Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci (pronounced Monkey)? Listen to the group’s new album Spanish Dance Troupe (Mantra), and you will find out that the band is as creative and quirky as its name implies. First […]
MARIJUANA: Genus and species name: Cannabis Sativa History: 1850-1875: Cannabis first brought to Jamaica from India. Used in U.S. primarily for medicinal purposes. 1900-1925: Marijuana smoking by Mexican laborers in towns along Mexican border begins. Quickly spreads along Gulf Coast. 1914-1931: 29 states, most west of Mississippi River prohibit the non-medical use of marijuana. 1915: […]
I must commend The GW Hatchet. Not only is that the one line in this column that won’t be edited beyond all recognition, it’s also true. When I open The Hatchet these days, I get exposed to all kinds of exciting ideas: the ups and downs of sweatshops, the changes in gender roles, and, most […]
Free T-shirts! CD holders! Freebies from candles to shot glasses often are hawked on H Street outside the Marvin Center. What’s the catch? Sellers say the free stuff is yours for signing a credit card application with your name, address, social security number and employment history. College students seem to be a prime target of […]
GW students who got a sneak peak at the West Wing of the White House Friday afternoon were not surprised to find that President Bill Clinton had been replaced by actor Martin Sheen. In fact, some said they welcomed the new chief executive as they were treated to an advance screening of an upcoming episode […]
The GW women’s volleyball team split its weekend matches in Philadelphia as GW defeated La Salle Friday but lost to Temple the following night. GW junior Jill Levey broke her foot against La Salle and her status for the remainder of the season is uncertain. Fellow junior Suzana Manole and senior Gabriela Mojska stepped up […]
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Jessica Falcone, a first-year graduate student, said she began her obsession with Indian culture in high school. Since then, her obsession has earned her full-fledged addict status, she said. I’m just a regular white person obsessed with Indian culture, Falcone said. My parents are extremely confused by me. And I cannot even put my finger […]