March 16, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 51

Stories from the March 16, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Copy rights — staff editorial

In a sensible move to reduce the staggering amount of wasted paper in University computer labs, the Information and Technology Advisory Policy Committee is considering limiting the amount of free copies granted to students and faculty. After a certain amount of copies, a modest fee might be charged for additional copies. As long as students […]

University examines excessive lab printing

Students and faculty printing documents in campus computer labs may have to pay for some of their copies in the fall, said Jack Siggins, University librarian. Because of the astronomical number of documents students and faculty were printing out at free terminals around campus and the cost posed to different departments, a subcommittee was formed […]

GW considers recent statistics as University targets binge drinking

GW senior Tobi Brown said she witnessed how substance abuse destroyed homes, broke up families and limited the potential of otherwise impressive young people when she lived at home. That’s why she lives substance-free, said Brown, who lived in the inner city of Detroit before coming to GW. According to a college alcohol study released […]

Let `March Madness’ begin for the Colonials

March has come, so let the games begin. The GW women’s basketball team (ranked No. 23 and seeded No. 7) will battle the tenth-seeded University of California at Los Angeles in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, starting Friday at 6 p.m. at Notre Dame’s Joyce Center in South Bend, Ind. The Colonials (25-5) […]

SA signals support for GW campus plan

The Student Association Senate endorsed the University’s campus plan Tuesday with conditions urging additional communication between GW and the Foggy Bottom community. SA senators stressed the maintenance of a proportional student enrollment and the need for a committee to discuss University expansion outside the campus boundaries as stipulations to their support. It’s basically saying that […]

GW routs Hoyas; tops Maryland 3-2

The GW baseball team dominated local competition in a two-day stretch this week and extended its winning streak to six games, reaching .500 for the first time this season (10-10). GW took home a convincing 14-0 win at rival Georgetown Wednesday, a victory that came on the heels of a dramatic 3-2 win over Maryland […]

GW students prepare for debate tournament

Freshman Heather Barnes and sophomore Jon Schwartz have been studying a lot in the library lately – but not for their midterms. Barnes and Schwartz, members of GW’s policy debate team, are researching countries such as Syria and Iran to prepare for the National Debate Tournament in Kansas City, Mo., next Thursday. The tournament is […]

Ultimate Frisbee and lacrosse rolling

GW’s ultimate frisbee club’s A-Team, the Hungry, Hungry Hippos, debuted in the national rankings at No. 28 this week. The B-Team is ranked No. 53. There are a total of 115 teams. The GW men’s lacrosse team improved to 3-0 this past Sunday with a win over the Washington B-Team, 8-7. Peter Sayia had three […]

News Briefs

GWIS2 system to be shut down for maintenance The GWIS2 system, including Webmail and GWIS2 Web pages, will be unavailable because of maintenance for two days beginning Friday, March 17 at 8 p.m., according to a memo sent by Bret Jones, assistant director of Technology Services. The system is expected to be working again March […]