March 13, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 50

Stories from the March 13, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

GW professor elected to prestigious post

The United Nations General Assembly and the Security Council elected GW law professor Thomas Buergenthal to the International Court of Justice March 3. The International Court of Justice, which is comprised of 15 judges who serve nine-year terms, has a two-fold purpose: it settles legal disputes submitted by countries and serves as an advisory body […]

No. 7 seed Colonials to play UCLA in NCAAs

The GW women’s basketball team was rewarded for its 25-win season Sunday afternoon as the Colonials received an at-large No. 7 seed in the Mideast regional of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament beginning this Friday or Saturday (GW’s day was not set as of late Sunday night). The Colonials (25-5), who are a perfect 7-0 […]

Correction

Jade Nester should have appeared on the list of winners for Student Association undergraduate senators (CSAS) in the March 6 Hatchet, p. 3.

GW enters the land of the Irish on St. Patty’s Day weekend

It’s no secret that everyone could use a little luck sometimes. And in the world of basketball played in March, you just sit and watch and wonder, and then wait until the upsets take place and everything figures itself out. Because neither you nor I have any clue what’s going to happen next – all […]

GW at the Millennium: Sisterhood at GW offers a unique experience

Madeline LePage recently was elected president of the Panhellenic Council despite only being a sophomore. But she said youth has its benefits. People tend to get less involved as they get older, LePage said. I still have new member enthusiasm and optimism. LePage, a member of Sigma Kappa, is originally from Canada and moved to […]

GW one and done after UMass loss

PHILADELPHIA – A season with its fair share of highs ended on a decided low Thursday afternoon when the Minutemen of Massachusetts blew out the GW men’s basketball team 86-68 in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 Tournament. The Minutemen were fueled by a stunning 65.9-percent shooting effort, and a 13-for-16 (81.3 percent) performance in […]

GW at the Millennium: Highlights of Greek-letter life

August 1995 – the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity is evicted from its house on F Street, next to Foggy Bottom Grocery. October 1995 – Greek-letter community contributes $300 to run-aways from abusive homes. March 1996 – Alpha Epsilon Pi member Damian McKenna is elected Student Association president and Sigma Kappa member Dianne Gayoski joins him […]

Atlantic 10 Tournament Results

Wednesday, March 8 (opening round) Virginia Tech 51, Fordham 48UMass 77, Duquesne 52St. Joseph’s 65, La Salle 56Xavier 75, Rhode Island 60 Thursday, March 9 (quarterfinals) Temple 71, Virginia Tech 52UMass 86, GW 68Dayton 67, St. Joseph’s 64St. Bonaventure 72, Xavier 69 Friday. March 10 (semifinals) Temple 54, UMass 47St. Bonaventure 56, Dayton 50 Saturday, […]

Beyond the election, all that matters

Running for Student Association president was perhaps one of the best things I have ever done here at GW. I have never had so many people stand by me and walk with me throughout such a long and tumultuous journey. I could never thank all my friends and supporters enough for helping me and working […]

They called it the streak

Coach Mike Jarvis came to GW in 1990 and immediately turned possibly the worst program in the country into a perennial winner. Until this season, GW had notched nine-straight winning years and seven-straight postseason appearances. 1990-’91: 19-12 (NIT) 1991-’92: 16-12 1992-’93: 21-9 (NCAA Sweet 16) 1993-’94: 18-12 (NCAA second round) 1994-’95: 18-14 (NIT) 1995-’96: 21-8 […]