May 4, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 63

Stories from the May 4, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

SBPM student wins $10,000 MBA award

Brad Keare, a second-year MBA student at the School of Business and Public Management, won this year’s $10,000 Bernard J. Nees/Washington Mutual Investors Fund Award. Keare will receive the award at the SBPM graduation ceremony May 20, 2000. The department of finance holds the award competition annually. To be eligible, a student must be in […]

Lacrosse wins national title

With a deflected shot from senior co-founder Clay Fisher in sudden death overtime, the three-year-old GW men’s club lacrosse team won the national championship of the National Club Lacrosse League Division II Sunday afternoon at Albright College (Pa.). It’s unbelievable, junior co-captain John Teresinski said. I didn’t really realize what we’d done until the car […]

SJS has a say in cases of off-campus incidents

Part of the role of Student Judicial Services is handling off-campus incidents that are brought to the University’s attention by Metropolitan Police, said David Pine, SJS manager. We don’t go out looking for this, Pine said. If MPD breaks up a party, and we receive a report, than we deal with it. That policy has […]

The Colonial Century: Upon further review

Trying to pull together all the threads of a century in GW sports – and do it perfectly – is a near impossible task. From feedback and research that sometimes came too late, these are the most regretful oversights. Anything not listed here you can assume we stand by – for the moment, at least. […]

Hawaiian senator speaks to GW CDs

Senator Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) addressed GW College Democrats yesterday, in a speech coinciding with the start of Asian Pacific Heritage Month. We contacted his office and asked to see if he would be interested in speaking, said Anjan Choudhury, president of the CDs. Since it was the beginning of Asian Pacific Heritage Month, it was […]

In which David Fuller Holt puts his name in the headline one last time

The George Washington University (TGWU) is now seven months away from the next millennium (no matter what anyone else says). I recently took the opportunity with the Colonial Century to step back and do my damnedest to figure out what we’ve accomplished. The answer was – not much. No, I’m kidding. If I didn’t eat […]

GW honors biology professor with award

GW biology professor Terry Hufford was honored in a ceremony last Friday where he received the Oscar and Shoshana Trachtenberg Teaching Award. It was very nice to know that students recognized what I do in the classroom, said Hufford, who has been teaching at GW for 28 years. (The award) tells me that I have […]

Sports Brief — Club soccer improves to 2-0

The GW men’s club soccer team won its second game of the season and improved to 2-0 with a 4-0 shutout win over Bravo Bravo Sunday. The lads played quite well, said junior midfielder Oscar Pulido. For the team to win two weeks in a row – that’s like, `whoa.’ -David Holt

News Briefs

CLLC clarifies checkout memo A recent memo from the Community Living and Learning Center said students must be signed up for a checkout appointment by May 8 and that belongings must be packed and ready to go, by the time the appointment occurs. Sarah Evenson, a community director with CLLC, said students do not have […]

And together we pruned the hedges of many small villages

After watching and writing about what seems to be an endless amount of GW sports games this season, I figured why not come back and do it all again next year. There are always those thrilling games that make this job of editor always seem worthwhile. So, with the school year coming to an end, […]