September 7, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 9

Stories from the September 7, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Cross country visits Navy

The GW men’s and women’s cross-country teams begin their seasons Saturday with a morning meet at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. Both teams have been steadily preparing for the season opener. During the pre-season we’ve done a lot of distance, hill work-outs and speed work that will help us with all of […]

Sports brief

Levey earns A-10 honors Jill Levey returned to the volleyball court with a vengeance this season. GW’s senior tri-captain earned the first Atlantic 10 Player-of-the-Week honor Tuesday and led the Colonials to a perfect 5-0 start to the 2000 season. I was really surprised, Levey said. Levey has put up flawless numbers in the early […]

Upcoming games

Thursday – no games scheduled Friday – Volleyball vs. Florida 8 p.m. (EDT) at Berkeley, Calif Volleyball vs. Cal/McNeese St. 10 p.m. (EDT)Men’s Soccer at VMI 3 p.m.Women’s Soccer at UMBC 4 p.m.Saturday – Volleyball Consolation/Championship 8/10 p.m. (EDT)Men’s CC at Navy 11 a.m. Women’s CC at Navy 11:30 a.m. Men’s Water Polo at Princeton […]

GW pounds UMBC, to face No. 9 Florida

Confidence is growing and wins are beginning to pile up for the GW volleyball team, which swept host University of Maryland-Baltimore County Tuesday night. Led by Atlantic 10 Player of the Week , Jill Levey, the Colonials pounded the Retrievers 15-2, 15-10, 15-8 to win their 15th-straight game and fifth consecutive match. GW (5-0) improved […]

Readjusting GW life after study abroad

Before leaving for Dijon, France, to study abroad for a semester senior Megan Huszagh prepared for the culture shock she would experience while she was abroad. She learned about the customs, the country and what to expect from French people. But the harshest shock Huszagh said she experienced was the reverse culture shock that came […]

New Elliott School will open in 2002

The University broke ground on the future site of the Elliott School of International Affairs building Tuesday. The new Elliott School building at 1957 E St., to be completed July 2002, will occupy the entire block between 19th and 20th streets. The need for construction of a new Elliott School building became inevitable to both […]

Bar Boys visit Bravo, Bravo

Bar: Bravo BravoLocation: 1001 Connecticut Ave., N.W. (Farragut North)Cover charge: $8 (over 18)$6 (21 and up)Since none of the Three Wise Men are burdened with a Friday class this semester, we all kicked off with a Thursday night at Bravo Bravo. After passing the doorman and his enormous gut (which took a substantial effort to […]

Costa Rican President Rodriguez receives doctor of laws degree during ceremony

GW hosted a convocation in honor of Costa Rica’s president at the future site of the new Elliot School of International Affairs building Tuesday. University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg awarded Costa Rican President Miguel Angel Rodriguez an honorary doctor of laws degree in order to continue the close relationship between Costa Rica and GW, he […]

Miss Saigon offers quality Vietnamese food close to home

You’ve probably seen the Vietnamese restaurant Miss Saigon while walking through Georgetown. The strings of lights hung from the faux palm trees in the restaurant always seem to beckon you at night. Miss Saigon is a Washington institution of sorts – it’s one of the few restaurants that has lasted ten years. For those of […]