Several gunshots were fired outside Guthridge Hall following a mid-game scuffle between fans inside the Smith Center during the GW men’s basketball game against the University of South Florida Saturday. Dolores Stafford, director of University Police, said a witness alleged that some of the individuals involved in the fight at the Smith Center also were […]
December 2, 1999
Volume 96, Issue 33
Stories from the December 2, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Saturday, 7 p.m. Smith Center Student radio: WRGW 540 AM, GW Cable Channel 22Internet: WRGW show available at www.gwradio.comRutgers last season: 29-6 (17-1 in Big East) Rutgers leads all-time series 23-6Last meeting: GW 73, Rutgers 70 (Jan. 7, 1995) School information: Enrollment of 33,500Located in New Brunswick, N.J.
GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg received $404,014 in pay during l997-1998, according to last week’s report of university presidential salaries by The Chronicle of Higher Education. Trachtenberg said the annual list published by the trade publication is all such a bore. He said GW is not paying enormous salaries to its administrators and said other […]
They say wrestling killed Andy Kaufman’s career. It almost killed his movie too. Man on the Moon (Universal Pictures), the new movie on Kaufman’s life, is incredibly funny – like Kaufman’s career. It also has its low points. Overall, it is a surprisingly accurate and laugh-out-loud riot of a movie, and one to see this […]
1. Howard J. Burnett, Washington and Jefferson College, $1,052,6732. Judith Rodin, University of Pennsylvania, $529,6773. L. Jay Oliva, New York University, $528,0004. John Maguire, Claremont Graduate University, $478,8205. Joe B. Wyatt, Vanderbilt University, $472,0006. George Rupp, Columbia University, $452,5007. William R. Brody, Johns Hopkins University, $446,4198. James Stuart, Hofstra University, $407,8289. Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, George […]
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The GW Hospital is trying to retain a recommendation from a medical group that inspects hospital trauma centers after being denied last month. The American College of Surgeons makes recommendations to the city about whether local hospitals should maintain their status as Level One trauma centers. The organization refrained from recommending five of six area […]
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GW graduate student Kurtis Cooper said he was constantly terrified of the possibility of a nuclear holocaust while growing up. He said he was glad when the government ranked the cities that would be struck first by a nuclear attack that his hometown was never among them. The week before Thanksgiving, Cooper got the opportunity […]
Crawford Hall has card reader difficulties Crawford Hall residents were locked out of their residence hall Tuesday after Y2K-related maintenance caused troubles with the GWorld card readers, an official said. GWorld Program Manager Michele Neyers said her division performed maintenance services to prepare for potential Y2K glitches the night before the Crawford Hall door got […]