November 1, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 26

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

`West Wing’ stars unveil new episode to GW students

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peak at the West Wing of the White House Friday afternoon were not surprised to find that President Bill Clinton had been replaced by actor Martin Sheen.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 […]

Volleyball splits two

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 […]

Classifieds (10/28)

Classified Ads Work Study Help Wanted Announcements Personal Services Opportunities Internships Housing Offered Travel Tutoring Typing/Word Proc.

Cultural groups invite outsiders

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 […]

Upcoming Games

Monday:No games scheduled Tuesday: WBball vs. University of Latvia Select Team (Exhibition) 7:00 p.m. Wednesday:No games scheduled Thursday:No games scheduled

Classifieds (11/1)

Classified Ads Help Wanted Announcements Personal Services Opportunities Internships Housing Offered Travel Tutoring Typing/Word Proc. For Sale Miscellaneous

GW dean discusses implications of U.S. foreign intervention

The Elliott School of International Affairs dean discussed global implications of the Clinton Doctrine and U.S. involvement in Kosovo Thursday during a lecture in the Stuart Hall Commons. Dean Harry Harding gave the lecture, entitled What the Clinton Doctrine Means for Asia, as a part of the Pacific Affairs Studies Society’s (PASS) Brown Bag Lecture […]

Foes shut out GW in final matches

The GW men’s soccer team finished its season with two Atlantic 10 road losses this weekend at St. Joseph’s and Temple. The Colonials (3-12-2, 2-8-1 A-10) were not able to carry over the success they had in Ohio last weekend when they defeated Xavier and tied Dayton. In both contests in Philadelphia, GW fell behind […]

GW students discuss science and technologyat Pugwash conference

Students and professors from universities worldwide visited GW to discuss the ethical implications of scientific and technological advancement in the 21st century during the national Student Pugwash U.S.A. conference this weekend. Pugwash is an organization that emphasizes socially responsible applications of science and technology, said Anna Moden, associate director of SPUSA. GW Pugwash member Julie […]

Sluggish cross country finishes 10th

The GW men’s and women’s cross country teams both finished in 10th place at the Atlantic 10 Cross Country Championships in Philadelphia – the most important meet of the season. La Salle won the men’s race, and Massachusetts won the women’s race. I think everyone ran below their abilities, said senior Jeff McCarthy, who was […]