May 1, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 62

Stories from the May 1, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Special editor says goodbye

There is a moment somewhere in your senior year that you realize your time is dwindling at GW. Plans are beginning to be made for the next year, and you are not included in them. People begin to ask you what you are doing when you graduate. And you realize things are changing. What has […]

Sports Briefs

Water polo finishes 10th at Easterns The women’s water polo team opened play at the Eastern Championships Saturday with a 14-6 loss to Harvard University. The Colonials then dropped a 7-6 overtime loss to Queens College. Sunday, they topped Iona College 7-3. GW then lost 8-7 to Bucknell University, finishing 10th out of the 12 […]

Classifieds (4/27)

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Reminiscing on a year’s worth of columns

The first story I ever wrote for The Hatchet was a profile of Josh Hochberg. In those days, The Hatchet did profiles of interesting GW students, and Josh was interesting because he flew airplanes. When I went to interview him, he insisted not only that we conduct the interview in an airplane, but that I […]

D.C. Diary: Fond farewell

April 28, 2000 Mount Vernon Campus Pub 6 p.m. Students from both Mount Vernon and Foggy Bottom campuses got together Friday to bid farewell to an important part of Mount Vernon campus: the Pub. The Mount Vernon Pub is a small, diner-esqe building, which provided a place for students to get drinks and snacks. It […]

Spring success — staff editorial

The Program Board deserves praise for staging another successful Spring Fling – one of GW’s few authentic traditions. With music, free food, giveaways and activities including a moonwalk, dunk tank and laser tag, Spring Fling offered needed respite to students as final exams near. Unlike past failures such as the Blues Traveler concert at the […]

MC5’s greatest hits resonates with rock and roll

It’s fitting that the new retrospective/greatest hits compilation of the MC5 is coming out at the same time as the movie The Filth and the Fury. That movie is a bio of the Sex Pistols, the British band held by many to be responsible for the birth of punk music and all that followed. The […]

Marching forward — staff editorial

This weekend’s Millennium March on Washington for Equality helped to raise awareness about gay, lesbian and bisexual issues during a time when homosexuality has come under the national spotlight. The march, which was the fourth national gay rights rally and the first since 1993, highlighted several issues of national interest. The movement for gay marriage […]


The Great OZ has spoken. Does anyone else get the feeling that the whole article (written by University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg) was just an exercise in intellectual muscle flexing (April 23, p. 5, A post-World Bank/International Monetary Fund reflection)? It is really great to see that our president can use obscure references and 10-dollar […]