GW men’s water polo coach Scott Reed commented on the team’s first loss at the Collegiate Water Polo Eastern Championship last weekend. We started off really flat, he said. And on the second loss: We started off really flat again.
November 18, 1999
Volume 96, Issue 31
Stories from the November 18, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
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The GW women’s basketball team begins its season Friday, facing off against a promising Vanderbilt University team in Nashville, Tenn. In his 11th season as head coach, Joe McKeown remains confident in his team’s chances on the road. The Colonial women will look to combine their talents against a Vanderbilt team that looks to make […]
Thursdayno games scheduled FridayWVBall at Rhode Island-7 p.m. WBBall at Vanderbilt-8 p.m. MBBall vs. Indiana St. (at Top of the World Classic, Fairbanks, Alaska)-11 p.m. SaturdayMSwimming vs. William & Mary-12 p.m. (at George Mason) WSwimming vs. William & Mary-12 p.m. (at George Mason) WVBall at UMass-7 p.m. MBBall vs. Oklahoma/Montana State (in Fairbanks, Alaska) TBAMWPolo […]
This story is the second in a two-part series examining rape on campus Jessica Smithers, a GW senior, is still entrenched in civil and criminal litigation resulting from her rape in an off-campus Boston University Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house in October 1995. For the past year, she has flown back to Boston at least […]
Most know the story of Ichabod Crane, the Headless Horseman and the terrorized town of Sleepy Hollow. Tim Burton and writer Andrew Kevin Walker have made the classic tale deeper and darker, weaving their own subplots and adding to the narrative in their feature film, Sleepy Hollow (Paramount Pictures). Johnny Depp (Fear and Loathing in […]