November 4, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 27

Stories from the November 4, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Professor report cards

The chance to grade professors is the highlight of the semester for many GW students. Who can pass up the opportunity to put into writing how irritating it is for an instructor to ask students to please leave when they are only 15 seconds late? Or how about the professor who believes that a 71-percent […]

Classifieds (11/1)

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The Bar Belle: Rumors

Originally Published 11/04/99 Where: 1900 M St., N.W. Crowd: upper twentysomethingsGetting In: as usual, need ID at the doorPrices: a bit on the expensive side – a bottle of Miller Lite hits you up for $3.85 and a mixed drink drains $4.40 from your pocketFood: full menu until 10 p.m. Dancing: yepPick-ups: of coursePluses: a […]

MVC professors to fight GW in legal battle

Depositions will begin next week in a civil case filed by 13 former professors of Mount Vernon College, who say GW violated their contracts when the University took over the college’s academic programs. We feel that tenure is a contract, and therefore Mount Vernon College had certain contractual obligations, said Monica Heppel, a former associate […]

Classifieds (11/4)

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

Fraternity report re-ignites conflict

Controversy concerning the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and the University resurfaced this week after closed judicial reports, which chronicle alleged violations committed by the fraternity and its members, became available from a source who wished to remain unidentified. University officials said they did not know who sent the documents but verified the report is an […]

GW tries to slow the national trendof teacher shortage

GW’s school of education is taking steps to help prevent a national teacher shortage, which is predicted to escalate during the next decade, administrators said. The American Council of Education advised college and university presidents to improve teaching and computer training, internships and participation from professors outside education facilities to help prevent an anticipated shortage […]

Students learn how to `live for Islam’

The president of the Muslim Association at the University of Maryland College Park told a group of students that to live for Islam is to live for Allah. Kareem Darwish spoke in Corcoran Hall Tuesday at a lecture, which was the seventh in a series entitled Living for Islam where students are studying the book […]

News Brief

GW is investigating an unregistered mixer between Kappa Sigma and Delta Gamma, a University official said. David Pine, manager of Student Judicial Services, said his office received a report that there was an unregistered mixer. He said alcohol was present at the event, according to the report his office received. Tom Vecchio, Kappa Sigma president, […]