August 31, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 7

Stories from the August 31, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Foggy Bottom fights GW plan

Foggy Bottom residents are ready to fight GW’s off-campus expansion, the president of the Foggy Bottom Association said in a neighborhood meeting Monday night. We want to engage the help of the Board of Zoning Adjustment on the impending (campus) plan, Thomas told Foggy Bottom residents. We want to engage the help of the Zoning […]

Dedicated to late coach, volleyball opens season

This weekend marks the start of a promising season for the GW Women’s Volleyball team as the Colonials will compete in four matches this weekend at the Smith Center. Still recovering from the death of their coach and mentor, Yvette Moorehead, team members said they are playing the season in her memory. Senior leadership is […]

College Republicans: Leaving no child behind

Education is deservedly becoming one of the most prominent issues of the 2000 election. Each party and candidate has proposed its own version of education reform. However, both differ in many ways. The Republicans advocate a localized education system and increased choice for students and parents. In contrast, the Democrats prefer a bloated bureaucracy to […]

Bellamy act packs Lisner

by Zach KancherHatchet Staff Writer Comedian Bill Bellamy’s performance in a packed Lisner Auditorium Monday night drew an unexpectedly large crowd, as hundreds of students were turned away. The former MTV personality entertained students with renditions from everyday life and stage antics during his performance, which was coordinated by the Student Activity Center. SAC officials […]

GW looks to tame Princeton Tigers

With new coach Tanya Vogel at the helm and a revamped lineup, which includes red-shirt freshman Kim Warner, the Colonials are focused on their new season, which continues at Princeton University Saturday night. GW (0-1) is coming off a tough 1-0 season-opening loss at Georgetown last Sunday. After a disappointing 3-15-1 season in 1999, few […]

Soccer will face Liberty

The GW men’s soccer team looks to build upon last year’s frustrating finish of 3-12-2 with the aid of more seasoned and experienced players. Last year we had a lot of inexperience on the field, sophomore midfielder Riccardo Forno said. GW has been hard at work for several weeks practicing for its season, which begins […]

Four freshmen treated for alcohol poisoning

Four freshmen were charged with separate alcohol violations that led to hospitalizations during the first week of the school year, according to officials in the Community Living and Learning Center. The four students were evaluated and released shortly after their hospital visits, said Mike Walker, senior assistant dean of CLLC. Walker said that the number […]

Water polo opens against Puerto Rico

The men’s water polo team will open the season Saturday at 10 a.m., at the Navy Invitational against the University of Puerto Rico. While GW Head Coach Scott Reed knows little about the Puerto Rican team is a team, it’s his own that he’s most curious about. I don’t know what we’re capable of, Reed […]

Neighbors Project redefines focus

Students who want to help those in need may wonder how much difference one person can make. At GW, the Neighbors Project, a group that ministers its time and love to people in need, can provide an answer to this question. In past years, the program has been a part of AmeriCorps, a government-funded service […]

Fashion flashback

Silver jewelry is out and gold is in. Ruffles, clogs, suede, big hoop earrings and aviator glasses are all reappearing in stores this season. Having a flashback yet? No, we have not entered the twilight zone, but fashions of the late seventies and eighties are making a comeback. What exactly is back in? Stephanie Sherman, […]