February 7, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 40

Stories from the February 7, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

You live, you learn

Seven GW freshmen fled Foggy Bottom last weekend and headed for higher political ground. The students, who are neighbors on Lafayette Hall’s third floor, boarded a Greyhound bus bound for New Hampshire and spent the weekend campaigning for Bill Bradley, traipsing through the New England slush. The experience was one of many moments in the […]

CLLC announces new options for returning students

Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors are invited to apply to the following Living and Learning Programs for the 2000-`01 school year. Applications are due to the Office of Housing Services before noon Feb. 11, 2000. Leaders Excelling at Dakota (LEAD) – Students will attend a biweekly leadership seminar and form teams to create leadership initiatives […]

D.C. Diary: Tailgate! Say What?

Saturday, Feb. 5, 2000Funger Hall Steps2:05 p.m. So GW’s going to have a tailgate party, I skeptically thought to myself while walking over to the Smith Center two hours before the always-exciting GW/Xavier men’s basketball game. Jacked-up trucks, kegs of beer, painted faces, hot dogs and lots of chest bumping.ahh, the tailgate party. As a […]

Classifieds (2/7)

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Classifieds (2/3)

Classified Ads Work Study Help Wanted Announcements Personal Services Opportunities Internships Summer Jobs Housing Offered Roommates Health Services Travel Tutoring Housing-website

GW party poses problems

Editor’s note, Feb. 21, 2006: Due to the disputed nature of some of the following article’s facts, we cannot stand behind the story’s fairness toward individuals accused of theft and other illicit actions. Being reported on over five years ago, it is unfeasible to investigate further and determine those responsible for the improprieties. Members of […]

Colonials roar past Xavier

With GW down 39-24 at the half of Saturday evening’s game with Xavier at the Smith Center, the 4,762 fans in attendance who have followed the Colonials this year were probably relying on the same minimally comforting knowledge the Colonials were. We’ve been in this situation before, freshman Chris Monroe told his teammates at halftime. […]

Group leaders debate monitoring of events

A recent hotel party attended by members of the Pakistani Students Association has other student organizations debating their responsibilities during off-campus events. As long as (a party) is not sponsored by the (student organization).then it’s fine, said Maha El-Sheikh, co-president of the Arab Student Association. There’s no problem with that. The hands-off policy many student […]

Sigma Chi fraternity loses charter

Sigma Chi’s international organization indefinitely suspended the charter of GW’s chapter, effectively ending the chapter’s relationship with GW for the immediate future. The chapter has been on GW’s campus since 1864 and was given a one-year suspension in 1998 after hosting a party during Colonial Inauguration. Bruce Morgan Casner, a grand trustee of Sigma Chi’s […]

Sigma Chi Timeline

July 1998: GW suspended the Sigma Chi fraternity for one year after holding a party during Colonial Inauguration. During this time, this chapter was asked to clean house before presenting to the Interfraternity Council and University for renewed recognition. August 1998: GW chapter maintained its charter under show cause policy, which means Sigma Chi brothers […]