March 16, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 51

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

Faulty campus plan

The Foggy Bottom residential community, as you can well imagine, resonates well to the voted conditions of the Student Association Senate’s endorsement of the GW Campus Plan. The majority of Foggy Bottom residents feel the campus plan is unfair in that it is not detailed enough to allow for serious consideration (e.g., unspecified uses for […]

Classifieds (3/16)

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Cortisone complaint

Some questions have arisen about who exactly made anonymous comments to The GW Hatchet (Students question use of cortisone in college athletics, March 6, p. 1) regarding treatments for a knee injury. I am a member of the men’s varsity crew, and I do have an injured right knee. Since January, this injury has prevented […]

Classifieds (3/13)

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Quote of the Week

Sophomore Jon Schwartz of GW’s debate team said the eight preliminary rounds of the National Debate Tournament makes the competition similar to the NCAA Tournament. It’s our own version of March Madness, he said.

Colonials blown out of NCAAs by Fighting Irish

(SOUTH BEND, IND.; SUN. 3/19/2000) — Moments before Sunday night’s NCAA second round game at the Joyce Center on the campus of the University of Notre Dame, the Fighting Irish got in a circle and celebrated St. Patrick’s Day weekend by dancing an Irish jig. They then proceeded to dance a jig all over the […]

Help me out here!

It’s 3 a.m. on Tuesday. You are at your desk trying to make sense of the calculus problems that will inevitably show up on tomorrow’s exam. It’s midterm time, so you’re not the only one up. But after taking inventory of your hallmates, you realize you are living on the only floor on campus made […]

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 […]