The Community Living and Learning Center announced last week that it plans to cut housekeeping services for upperclassman residence halls – a move that holds several negative implications. Assistant Dean of Students Mark Levine reasoned that removing housekeeping services will teach students responsibility. While that may be true, cutting housekeeping services does not appear to […]
January 31, 2000
Volume 96, Issue 38
Stories from the January 31, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Jan. 20 article Study abroad student killed while traveling should have said that GW has coordinated the South India Term Abroad program for eight years but has participated in the program for 11 years.
President Bill Clinton announced plans Thursday to make college tuition tax deductible for up to $2,800 a student for families earning up to $120,000. Along with increased funding to the Pell grant fund, the work-study program and the creation of the Lifetime Learning tax credit in 1997; Clinton has secured his legacy as a true […]
(U-WIRE) ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. – Dear God: It’s me again. I normally don’t have huge concerns or problems worrying about death, but a recent event has got me worried. I just turned 20, and I’m not ready to die. But something happened at the end of last semester that has me fearing for my life. […]
To see the words SA and dubious in the same headline is not uncommon, especially in The Hatchet, but what I believe was important about Drew Holland’s piece on Jan. 24 was something that wasn’t in the text. It was his position in the SA – he has none. He is a regular GW student […]
For once, it was a blowout. For once, GW didn’t need 25 points from SirValiant Brown. And once again, Chris Monroe dominated. With a convincing 99-75 victory over La Salle (7-11, 1-6 Atlantic 10) Saturday at the Smith Center, the Colonials (8-11, 2-4 A-10) won two in a row for the first time since the […]
The GW women’s basketball team overpowered La Salle and Fordham this weekend at the Smith Center as GW improved their perfect home record to 11-0 this season. GW currently holds a 16-game winning streak at the Smith Center, ranking it among the top active women’s home winning streaks in Division I. The Colonials (16-3, 7-1 […]
Colonials top the Tribe The Colonials sent the College of William & Mary to a 1-5 record with a 191.05-189.6 beating Saturday in Williamsburg, Va. Sophomore Devin McCalla took the all-around title with a score of 38.325. Junior Darden Wilee was third while sophomore Jesica Mantak was fourth. GW won the vault, beam and floor […]
This Diaper Dandy is the real thing. For anyone who has watched the impressive 16-3 women’s basketball team play this season, they know one special thing about GW – they play as a team. That’s why it was so easy for freshman forward Erica Lawrence to make such an impact. On other teams, players might […]
Break out the raincoats and black nail polish, Robert Smith is back. With the release of Bloodflowers (Elektra), The Cure has returned to doing what it always does best – making the perfect rainy-day music. After being lost for a decade in upbeat pop, The Cure returns to the sounds it perfected with Bloodflowers. The […]