February 3, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 39

Stories from the February 3, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Brown drops 36 on Dukes to keep Colonials rolling

Three-and-a-half weeks ago, Duquesne handed GW its third home loss in a row with a 94-89 smacking at the Smith Center. Wednesday night at the Palumbo Center in Pittsburgh, GW returned the favor as two teams headed in opposite directions found an outcome they’ve suddenly grown to expect. By virtue of the 84-76 victory in […]

GW service ranks 25th on Peace Corps’ list

GW tied for 25th place on the Peace Corps’ annual list of top universities with volunteers actively serving overseas, according to the list released last week. Forty of the more than 7,000 people serving in 78 countries around the world are graduates of GW, according to a press release from the Peace Corps. The universities […]

Runnin’ through the Hokies

The GW women’s basketball team played a dominating second half in Wednesday’s 73-58 victory over Virginia Tech as the Colonials completed their first regular-season series sweep of the Hokies in three years. The Colonials (17-3, 8-1 Atlantic 10) won their third consecutive game in front of a fiery 2,469 fans at the Smith Center, improving […]

University to launch `Career Week 2000′

The GW Career Center will host Career Week 2000 – a series of panels, workshops, speaker presentations and special events designed to help students get a grip on career planning, Feb. 7 through 11. For the 18th consecutive year, professionals representing nearly 100 different companies will participate in more than 30 different events throughout the […]

D.C. Diary: One of a kind

Feb. 1, 2000The Hippodrome7:25 p.m. The telltale signs were in place. Comfortably arranged couches, plenty of candy, an anxious Jessica Love pacing in a cozy corner of the Hippodrome. The Program Board had another night of off-beat entertainment in store. Awaiting the arrival of Charlie Noodles, the main event of Monday evening’s Story Hour, senior […]

Don’t bet on it — staff editorial

A bill introduced Tuesday in the U.S. Senate would ban gambling on college athletics, a move that would preserve the integrity of college sports. Athletes would have much less temptation to entangle themselves in point-shaving and other illicit activities that are often solicited by unscrupulous individuals involved college sports wagering. The bill, which could also […]

A learning desire

Throughout his childhood, sophomore Ary Herman had poor punctuation and messy handwriting. He was a slow test taker, and his compositions for school, which were difficult to read, were often returned to him with many corrections. (The composition) would be dripping in ink, said Herman of his disorganized schoolwork. By sixth grade, his mother encouraged […]

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Independent films gain popularity among the masses

It started in 1992, with a small-time, fundamentally well-told story of a bungled robbery. Disturbingly realistic and told in an engaging, non-linear style, independent films spread like wildfire through word of mouth and positive critical reviews. The film is Reservoir Dogs, and the movement it founded brought on the rise of independent cinema. Despite its […]