November 15, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 30

Stories from the November 15, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

GW at the millennium: Female folk singers send message via music

Another wave of girl power is starting to hit mainstream America, but instead of platforms and hot pants, these women push the envelope with activist lyrics and counter-culture beauty standards. Throughout the last quarter of this century, women musicians have been banging on their drums, strumming their guitars and singing louder and louder to make […]

SA Senate acted rashly, vindictively

I am deeply saddened by the actions of the Student Association Senate Wednesday morning. When I decided to run for Student Association president last year, I was determined to bring about change in an organization that was the ridicule of the student body. The students voted for me because they had faith in my leadership. […]

GW at the millennium: Looking for friends in `The Real World’

In the beginning, there were Julie and Eric, a docile Alabama dancer and a buff New Jersey thug aspiring to be a model. The television gods at Bunim-Murray Productions plucked them from obscurity, set them up in a spacious (but austere by later seasons’ standards) New York loft and proclaimed that their sappy country-mouse and […]

GW splits matches, closing in on A-10s

The GW women’s volleyball team split its final two home matches of the season as GW defeated Dayton and lost to Xavier at the Smith Center. If GW (15-9, 10-6) splits its final two games next weekend at Rhode Island and Massachusetts it ensures itself an Atlantic 10 Tournament berth. Xavier 3, GW 0Saturday, Nov. […]

There’s more to life at GW than SA politics

As a recent graduate of the GW (`99) I have to say that I have watched in sadness, disgust and humor as the drama of Phil Meisner and the Student Association has unfolded. When are GW student leaders going to realize what their jobs, duties and responsibilities are? And, more importantly, when are they going […]

GW at the millennium: GW feels the force

At GW, far, far away from the likes of Tatooine, Degobah and the Death Star, students jump into hyperdrive when they talk about Star Wars. It has a unique appeal that transcends time, said 1999 GW graduate Omar Refai, who is the proud owner of a chair that looks like Darth Maul, a villain in […]

Colonial women perfect in victory

The GW women’s basketball team dominated the team from Vologda Russia 95-62 Sunday at the Smith Center, as five GW players scored in double-digits. Senior Elisa Aguilar led all scorers with 16 points and juniors Petra Dubovcova and Kristeena Alexander added 14 apiece. Despite the turnover-plagued game, head coach Joe McKeown said it’s important to […]

Phil Meinert and fecal matter

The news in The Hatchet is bad. Ed Meinert was only pretending to be Ed Meinert, of all people. Phil Meisner was only pretending to be SA president, of all things. Their stories ran in close proximity so that now everyone thinks President Phil Meinert got impeached for credit-card fraud. Sex in the Marvin Center […]