I am certain that the faculty of this university’s Women’s Studies Department, as well as a great number of other members of the faculty and staff of this university, must be genuinely shocked to read a satirical column in an independent student newspaper. However, with all due respect to Professor Morris and the other members […]
August 31, 2000
Volume 97, Issue 7
Stories from the August 31, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.
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Andrew Sonn, associate director of Housing Services, commenting about the overflow of freshmen into Thurston Hall study lounges and State Plaza hotel rooms: This is a great way to get (the students) integrated.
About 14 people between the ages of 15 and 24 die from suicide every day. Suicide was the third-leading cause of death among people 15 to 24 years of age in 1997, and there are about eight to 25 attempted suicides for each completed act. The issue strikes close to home since Yvette Moorehead, GW […]
I want to thank my fellow students who supported me during a very difficult time. My family and I suffered tremendously from my poor judgment. I am deeply sorry for my actions. The judgment I used in this incident put the University and me in a bad light. While every charge against me was dismissed, […]
Student leaders at GW now have a resource center for all their leadership needs. The Leadership, Enrichment, Achievement and Development Center, or LEAD, will oversee organizations such as the Emerging Leaders Program, the Peer Leadership Mentor Program and the National Leadership Series. The program operates out of the Student Activities Center suite on fourth floor […]
Welcome to Campaign 2000. If there is any one issue that unites students across this University as well as around this nation, it ought to be higher education reform. While the pundits and the politicians love to sweep us up in rhetoric, it’s time for a reality check or rather, a history lesson. The two […]
Students will notice several on-campus changes as buildings under construction near completion later this year. School of Media and Public Affairs: The new School of Media and Public Affairs building will open later than expected due to building delays, said Jean Folkerts, dean of SMPA. Originally, faculty members were supposed to move into their offices […]
Thursday- no games scheduled Friday-Volleyball vs. Wagner 1 p.m. Volleyball vs. Howard 7 p.m. Saturday-Volleyball vs. Robert Morris 11 a.m. Volleyball vs. Manhattan 6 p.m. Men’s Water Polo at Navy InvitationalMen’s Soccer vs. Liberty (at American) noonWomen’s soccer at Princeton 7 p.m. Sunday-Men’s Water Polo at Navy Invitational
The economic cost of AIDS in Africa is devastating. Fewer teachers are trained each year than the number of teachers dying from AIDS. AIDS has already orphaned 14 million African children, and an estimated 22 million additional orphans are predicted. In Zambia, Robert Bona tested 200 girls in Luanshya, and 196 were HIV-positive. In South […]