March 6, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 48

Stories from the March 6, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Housing lottery discourages freshmen

Freshmen in Sunday’s residence hall lottery said limited housing options and University disorganization left them disstressed and unsure of their housing future. Other students with top lottery numbers rejoiced about their new rooms in the Dakota, which were reserved mainly for rising sophomores. Lottery numbers for rising sophomores started at 2,000 and went up to […]

Posters contribute to depleted forests

Tim Keating of Rainforest Relief said the single greatest offset of the use of virgin wood fiber (is) the use of wastepaper. It is simply unfortunate that a liberal arts, seemingly progressive University allows the wastefulness that it does. I am not discussing the massive misuse of paper in the computer labs, or even the […]

Sports Brief

Gymnastics falls despite solid scoreThe GW women’s gymnastics team finished third in a four-team meet Friday despite posting one of the best scores in the program’s history. GW posted a score of 194.800, trailing the University of Florida (195.900) and Central Michigan University (195.600). The Colonials finished ahead of the University of Kentucky (194.175). GW […]

Candidates enter run-offs for top SA spots

Student Association presidential candidates Jeff Marootian and David Burt will participate in a run-off election Tuesday and Wednesday because neither reached the necessary 40 percent threshold, according to SA Election Committee statistics at 5 p.m. last Thursday. In the presidential race, Marootian garnered the most support with 37.59 percent of the total vote. Burt was […]

Pinochet’s moral: Never give up power

Augusto Pinochet, the former dictator of Chile, has been deemed ill-fit to stand trial by Britain and released to return to Chile. Those who clamored for his arrest and prosecution groan in dismay, as a brutal dictator has gotten away with murder and torture. Maybe not, as the government of Chile is considering prosecuting its […]

Baseball swept again

After sweeping LeMoyne College last weekend, the GW baseball team headed to Stockton, Ca., this weekend for a three-game set at Billy Hebert Field against the University of the Pacific and dropped all three. The Colonials fell to 4-9 and 1-9 on the road. Pacific rose to 14-2. Pacific 13, GW 7 Sunday, March 5 […]

GW overwhelmed by No. 5 Temple

Over the past decade, GW hosted three top 10 teams at the Smith Center and sent all three home with losses. Over the past two decades, GW hosted Temple 15 times and lost all but once. One trend was going to fall Saturday when No. 5 Temple visited Foggy Bottom, but in the end, it […]

Men’s basketball A-10 standings

Atlantic 10 Final Standings West1. Dayton 21-7 (11-5)2. GW 15-14 (9-7)Xavier 19-10 (9-7)4. Va. Tech 15-14 (8-8)5. La Salle 11-16 (5-11)6. Duquesne 9-19 (4-12) East1. Temple 23-5 (14-2)2. St. Bonnie’s 19-8 (11-5)3. UMass 15-14 (9-7)4. St. Joe’s 12-15 (7-9)Fordham 14-14 (7-9)6. URI 5-24 (2-14)

Agnes Browne proves to be `a good time’ film

Agnes Browne (October Films) is a light-hearted good time film. Anjelica Huston (Ever After) who stars as Agnes Browne, also wears another hat as director. A witty and fun flick, the film can be jotted down as a success for Huston in both arenas. You might expect a story about a woman whose husband died […]

Students question use of cortisone in college athletics

Right before a crucial football game in the movie Varsity Blues, the star quarterback receives an injection of cortisone in his knee to continue playing. Determination shines through the painful grimace on his face as he takes one for the team, and he leads them to victory. But the quarterback is sidelined for the rest […]