April 10, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 55

Stories from the April 10, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

A call to action in a global economy from the World Bank and IMF

As policy makers from developing and developed countries prepare to gather in Washington next week at the World Bank and the IMF for their spring meetings, their mission will be to push for greater progress in tackling the most pressing issues in development today. Issues such as: reducing poverty and inequality, the continuing human devastation […]

Either/Orchestra expands big band idea

For nearly two decades, the Boston band Either/Orchestra has been churning out innovative, distinctive big band music. The 10-piece band prides itself on playing a broad range of material. At times, Either/Orchestra blows with the contemplation of John Coltrane, the eloquence of Duke Ellington and the spaced-out playfulness of Sun Ra. Still, Either/Orchestra has its […]

GW cancels class, anticipates protests

The University announced Friday it will close this weekend and Monday, April 17, because of anticipated protests of World Bank and International Monetary Fund meetings. GW administrators met with Metropolitan Police Chief Charles H. Ramsey last week to prepare for the protests. Late Friday, a memo released to the GW community announced the closing. As […]

D.C. Diary: Prom part two

April 7, 2000 St. Mary’s Court7:30 p.m. The adage you’re only as old as you feel was proven Friday night as senior citizens of the St. Mary’s Court Housing Development danced the night away, courtesy of two campus Greek-letter organizations. Members of the Kappa Sigma fraternity and Sigma Kappa sorority put together a senior prom […]

GW students join rally on the Mall to protest foreign debt

A crowd of several thousand people gathered on the National Mall Sunday to rally for the cancellation of debts owed to the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. The focus of the rally was Jubilee 2000, a festival supporting the cancellation of foreign debt impoverished countries are obligated to repay to international banking institutions. […]

Chris Monroe, a man for all seasons

In the shoeboxes full of recruiting letters in Chris Monroe’s bedroom in Hyattsville, Md., there is an envelope addressed to Chris `A Man Among Boys’ Monroe. Although nothing quite compares to the flattery one finds in college basketball recruiting letters, this particular characterization seems to say it all about Chris Monroe. Whether in basketball or […]

Classifieds (4/10)

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Correction

The article entitled University, students prepare for WTO rallies, in the April 6 issue, incorrectly stated that protesters are rallying next weekend during World Trade Organization meetings. The scheduled protests are not planned because of WTO meetings, but are planned because of World Bank and International Monetary Fund meetings. Protestors will be speaking out against […]

Colonials blast past St. Joe’s, Howard; extend winning streak to 10

The GW baseball team blasted its way past St. Joseph’s and Howard with seven home runs over four games as the Colonials extended their winning streak to 10 games. The 10 straight victories was GW’s second such streak this season. Sunday’s series finale against the host Hawks was canceled because inclement weather and will not […]