February 28, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 46

Stories from the February 28, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Youth is served on Senior Day as GW tops Fordham

NEW YORK – Twenty-two years ago, Bernard Barrow was born in Harlem, N.Y. while just a few miles away in the Bronx, Tom Penders was preparing to begin his first of eight seasons as Fordham’s head basketball coach. Saturday, Barrow and Penders, along with the rest of the GW Colonials, returned to the city, and […]

Candidate profile: Ian Zeitzer

Name: Ian Zeitzer Hometown: Southampton, Pa. Year: Junior Major: Tourism and Hospitality ManagementCredentials: member of the Colonial Cabinet, PB Films chair, Welcome Week coordinator, PB Concerts chair. by Theresa CrapanzanoAsst. News Editor When Ian Zeitzer, candidate for Program Board executive chair, heard his favorite band, God Street Wine, was performing at PB’s Fall Fest his […]

GW’s reaction to Brother Stephen speaks volumes

Spring is in the air. The birds are back, people are starting to play sports on the Quad and the freaks are out. Now, I don’t mean the Student Association candidates, but you’re on the right track. I mean the countless number of people who believe that they could change your belief in anything as […]

Colonials sweep weekend

The Colonials gymnastics squad continued to send the competition tumbling this past weekend with strong performances over James Madison University at the Smith Center Friday and at Mackal Field House in Kingston, R.I., Sunday over Rhode Island. The Colonials will go to Kentucky Saturday night to match up with the University of Florida and Central […]

Candidate profile: Seth Weinert

Name: Seth Weinert Hometown: Huntington, N.Y. Year: Junior Majors: Finance and Marketing, Minor: Journalism Credentials: PB executive vice chair, PB Corporate Relations chair, intern in the University Office of Special Projects, represented GW at the National Association of Campus Activities. by Theresa CrapanzanoAsst. News Editor Seth Weinert, candidate for Program Board executive chair, said he […]

Marootian for president – staff editorial

In terms of credentials and platforms two candidates for Student Association President are in a virtual dead heat. Jeff Marootian, with a strong record in community affairs and dedication to student advocacy, edges David Burt by a nose as the top candidate for SA President. Marootian – SA vice president for Community Affairs, member of […]

Upcoming Games

Monday: no games scheduled Tuesday:MBB at UMass-7:30 p.m. Wednesday:no games scheduled Thursday: no games scheduled

Upcoming elections to use paper ballots

Students will use paper ballots to cast their votes in the Student Association, Program Board and Marvin Center Governing Board elections Tuesday and Wednesday because of a communication error, said Jeff Baxter, SA Election Committee chair. The Election Committee – which governs the SA – and the Joint Elections Committee – which governs the PB […]

First-place GW completes Smith Center sweep

Get ready to turn the calendar to March Madness. The Atlantic 10 West Division champion GW women’s basketball team completed a perfect Smith Center season Thursday and completed its stellar regular season Sunday with a 61-42 win at Duquesne. The 86-77 victory over Dayton gave the Colonials a 15-0 home record for the regular season […]

Choking Colonials

The Colonials have proven that they’re never out of a game. But like the Rams learned Saturday – neither is their opponent. Nov. 19, 1999 GW 38, Indiana State 31 at the halfIndiana State 42, GW 40 at 15:46Final: GW 80, Indiana State 74 Dec. 4GW 50, Seton Hall 38 at 14:01Game tied 50-50 at […]