December 6, 1999

Volume 96, Issue 34

Stories from the December 6, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Holiday Guide: Gifts of music jazz up the holiday season

It’s the gift-giving time of year again. In other words, you need to know what to give and, more importantly, what to ask for. CDs make a perfect gift – not too cheap, not too expensive and there’s variety. This holiday season, there’s a ton of must-haves on the market that most music lovers would […]

Holiday Guide: Online shopping offers cozy alternatives

Avoid the cold, stay on the couch, break out the credit card and enter the world of online shopping. Most brand-name stores this season have a Web site that caters to a busy holiday shopper. Some cyber-shops have free shipping or special offers, which makes shopping at home worth it. Bluefly.com advertises free shipping until […]

Holiday Guide: D.C. to celebrate new year in style

Those spending New Year’s Eve in Australia will witness the biggest pyrotechnics display in the South Pacific. In London, partygoers will watch the Queen light a beacon, then sail down the Thames to officially open Britain’s Millennium Dome. More than one million people are expected to infiltrate New York’s Times Square to watch the Waterford […]

Holiday Guide: Students lend a hand this season

Several GW student organizations are sponsoring charity events to spread the wealth during the holiday season. The Naval ROTC program is collecting toys and cash in the Marvin Center this month as part of the national Toys for Tots program. The local unit, which includes Georgetown University and the University of Maryland, raised about $4,000 […]

WTO demonstrators fight abuses

Environmentalists, artists, farmers, numerous student groups, pro-democracy and women’s rights activists, pro-fair trade organizations, peace and justice groups, religious organizations, labor unions and many more traveled thousands of miles to Seattle to make their voices heard. The occasion? A meeting of the World Trade Organization. Unfortunately, I am not among the thousands who are in […]

Ramadan means more than fasting

Can you imagine yourself waking up at four o’clock in the morning to drink some water and eat a light breakfast? Can you then imagine yourself going without food or drink until the sun sets? To top it all off, can you imagine yourself doing this during finals week?! This is exactly what Muslim students […]

A new millennium – staff editorial

As the next millennium approaches, it’s a good time to reflect on GW’s past and where the University is headed. Relations between GW and those it affects – its students and the Foggy Bottom community – will become increasingly important to the future of the University. GW has become a nationally recognized undergraduate institution. The […]

A better life at the millennium, in space

It’s almost 2000. Let’s see what lies ahead. People often say, You can’t know where you’re going till you know where you’ve been. I don’t know why. Probably because it has a good rhythm. People also like to say things that rhyme. That’s why Must See TV on NBC is so popular. You can’t know […]

Clinton’s attacks don’t make sense

(U-WIRE) MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – It is becoming more and more clear to me why Hillary Rodham Clinton is firmly in support of gun control: She can’t stop shooting herself in the foot. The recently announced soon-to-be-announced candidate for senator of New York (we’ll know for sure in January, but keep your fingers crossed – there’s […]