January 24, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 36

Stories from the January 24, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Alumnus revels in victory on millionaire game show

Regis Philbin talked about him almost as much as Kathie Lee talks about Cody. Rosie O’Donnell begged him to be on her show in front of a live, national audience of millions. He was recognized at supermarkets and on the streets of New York. But he’s not an average star. Since early January, GW alumnus […]

GW at the millennium: GW students look for something to get emotional about

The troops convened to talk strategy at Gelman Library the Monday before they were to head home for Thanksgiving break. But the meeting of the 20 or so student activists of the GW chapter of United Students Against Sweatshops proceeded with less-than military precision. Their major goal was clear: persuading the school’s administration to cease […]

In the kitchen with Chef Kevin

The quiet voice of GW’s new Executive Chef Kevin Brown was barely audible over the sizzling food cooking on the stoves around him in the Marvin Center’s catering kitchen. Despite winning six Culinary Olympic Gold Medals, Brown says he’s still not completely comfortable speaking up about himself. But when prompted, it’s easy to see that […]

GW at the millennium: Activism surfaces in GW political groups

If GW is a magnet school for budding politicians, as some believe it is, then it is only fair to say the University is rife with students who believe in improving the world, even if some dream of their own political careers in the process. Because so many of these student idealists have chosen politics […]

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News Brief

Members of GW Students for a Sensible Drug Policy traveled to New Hampshire Jan. 13 to question presidential candidates about drug policies. The members of SSDP, a student organization concerned with promoting the regulation, taxation and control of illegal drugs, attended events at College Convention 2000. At the events, they discussed the misuse of illegal […]

WRGW may find a new home on the FM dial

A new initiative approved by the Federal Communications Commission Thursday may allow WRGW, GW’s radio station, to switch over to an FM station. The FCC approved plans to create Low Power FM radio stations nationwide. This approval will allow smaller religious, community and educational broadcasters to expand their airwaves. WRGW officials said they hope the […]

NAACP’s mission?

No matter what one may think of the opinions expressed in either The Hatchet’s Jan. 18 editorial, Stars and Barred (p. 4) or in Brian Schoeneman’s response (Jan. 20, p.4, Flag Misunderstood), this topic has raised an interesting question in my mind: With the myriad and complex problems facing black Americans, why are the National […]

Study abroad student killed while traveling

A Grinnell College student was robbed and murdered in northern India after completing a fall study-abroad program administered by GW last semester. Jamison Curran, a 21-year-old junior at Grinnell College, studied in Madurai in the fall term of GW’s South India Term Abroad. He was robbed and murdered while traveling alone in the northern town […]