November 8, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 28

Stories from the November 8, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Cruising for trouble — staff editorial

University Police should be commended for its successful sting operation, barring from campus individuals who were caught soliciting sex in the Marvin Center men’s bathrooms. Sex in public places is unacceptable, and GW is taking steps to end the situation on campus. Twenty men were caught in the two-week sting operation. They will be permanently […]

Basketball Preview: The Hatchet’s Women’s Atlantic 10 Predictions

West 1. Virginia Tech (28-3, 15-1)- Head Coach Bonnie Hendrickson. Despite graduating five seniors, the Lady Hokies return three starters, including juniors Tere Williams (15.6 ppg) and Amy Wetzel (14.4 ppg). 2. Xavier (24-9, 11-5)- Head Coach Melanie Balcomb. Xavier returns four starters who scored in double digits last season, including junior Nicole Levandusky (15.8 […]

Meisner’s junta and other lunacy

This past Thursday I took the GRE and had planned on serving up a delicious satire of the test’s questions. You know, stuff like Trees are to goat cheese as a lunar rover is to a) political science, b) Louis XIV, c) a rake, or d) pingpong. But then my roommate Chris reminded me that […]

Basketball Preview: `The sky’s the limit’ for 1999-2000 GW women

The GW women’s basketball team was one win away from their ninth consecutive 20-win season last year. The Colonial women were also probably one win away from their sixth-straight NCAA Tournament and eighth in the last nine years, but the injury-plagued 1998-1999 team lost to rival St. Joseph’s in the second round of the Atlantic […]

Basketball Preview: 1999-2000 Men’s Roster

(all stats are `98-’99) Arthur Andrews. No. 22; freshman forward from Avon, Conn.; intends to study finance; born April 25, 1980; walk-on, practiced with team last year; cousin is Fred McGriff of Tampa Bay Devil Rays Sam Anyan. No. 24; senior forward from Baltimore, Md.; finance major; born May 16, 1978; would like to attend […]

School of Americas must be closed

GW students and activists from across the United States will demonstrate outside the School of Americas (SOA) in Ft. Benning, Ga. Nov. 21. The demonstration will mark the 20th anniversary of the execution in November 1979 of six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her daughter in El Salvador, who were murdered by graduates from the […]

Basketball Preview: Elisa Aguilar ready to be senior leader

Senior guard Elisa Aguilar is the consummate basketball player. There isn’t anything she can’t do on the court. Her natural talent, combined with a sheer determination to improve on every aspect of her game, makes her a tremendous force. I want to do everything I can to help this team, Aguilar said. Anyone can look […]

Basketball Preview: 1999-2000 Women’s Roster

(all stats are `98-’99) Elisa Aguilar. No. 43; senior guard from Madrid, Spain; economics major; born Oct. 15, 1976; 15.4 points per game Kristeena Alexander. No. 10; junior guard from Hempstead, N.Y.; human services major; born Aug. 7, 1978; 9.5 points per game; transferred from George Mason in 1997; high school teammate of Chamique Holdsclaw; […]

Remove Meisner — staff editorial

Student Association President Phil Meisner’s recent actions are wholly reprehensible and constitute grounds for his removal from office. At the risk of even slightly legitimizing Meisner’s newest ploy – his attempt to dissolve the SA and create a new student government – the president’s actions must be thoroughly condemned. At first, the offenses with which […]

Expecting a sudden impact

In the final minutes of practice, a freshman point guard comes up lame. He’s clutching his right knee, tensing his face and contorting his body. He’s obviously in pain. He wobbles to the sideline, and you might think he was done. But suddenly something happens. He straightens up and refuses to stay out. SirValiant Brown […]