March 9, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 49

Stories from the March 9, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

International evening at GW spotlights British poet

The fall of communism left Northeast Asia roiled in political turmoil in the early 1990s. The former Czechoslovakia, during this time of revolution, split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. And James Southerland-Smith was there to reflect it all in his poetry. Language proved no barrier Tuesday evening as the GW English Department and the […]

News Briefs

UPD fires officer after conclusion of investigation A UPD officer was fired Tuesday after serving a suspension for allegedly hitting a homeless man several times with a nightstick. UPD Director Dolores Stafford said the department concluded its review of the Feb. 23 incident on Monday and finalized the action Tuesday. Three students witnessed the incident […]

Classifieds (3/6)

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Expanded options — staff editorial

In response to student demands on-campus dining choices may soon include a coffee shop similar to Starbucks, a full bagel menu and a home-style eatery like last year’s Colonial Grill. While the logistics have yet to be fully worked out, the University should be commended for listening to students and giving them what they want. […]

Classifieds (3/9)

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International outlaws deserve justice

Mark Richman’s commentary (Pinochet’s moral: Never give up) appearing in Monday’s Hatchet is terribly misguided. The moral to be learned from the recent events involving Augusto Pinochet is that heads of state are responsible for acts committed during their tenure. For this reason, the Pinochet case should resonate with current heads of state. The case […]

GW looks to add coffee concept

Students who eat at J Street can expect more dining options when they return to campus next fall, University dining officials said. Nancy Haaga, director of Auxiliary and Institutional Services, said she hopes to bring a full coffee concept, with an atmosphere similar to a Starbucks Coffee, and a full bagel menu to J Street […]

Quote of the Week

Josh Rothstein, after he won a Columbian School senate seat, citing GWopoly and other SA accomplishments: I realized there are a lot of people that say things like, the `SA does nothing.’ But that’s not true.

IFC finalizes policy in effort to self-govern

The Interfraternity Council finalized its self-governance policy Tuesday night, and IFC leaders said, if approved, the plan would provide fraternities greater inclusion and fairness in the University’s judicial process. The policy involves three core components, including education, enforcement and judicial services, IFC President Seth Greenberg said. He said the education and enforcement components already in […]