September 14, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 11

Stories from the September 14, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Geography lesson

Few seemed to notice that you published a picture of the wrong hole in the ground in your article on the Elliott School of International Affairs Building (Building a new future: GW revamps campuses, Aug. 31, p. 9), but your front-page piece last Thursday (International Affairs breaks new ground, Sept. 7) is too misleading to […]

Barguys visit Whitlow’s on Wilson

Bar: Whitlow’s on Wilson2854 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, Va.(703) 276-9693 This past Saturday night, The Three Wise Men were looking for a different crowd and a little bit of live music. Despite the fact that Johnnie was on the Disabled List (girlfriend, day to day), Jack and Jos? headed to Whitlow’s on Wilson, just off the […]

Reproductive responsibility

First, a little disclaimer. I would not actually do the things I advocate in this article. If I were to father a child, I know that I would not run from my responsibilities to that child. I’m not merely talking about the financial burdens. I would feel like financially supporting the child was just one […]

Classifieds (9/11)

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Forum: Defense reality far better than `W’ claims

In times of peace, talk about war. Politicians for centuries have understood that the dialogue of national security is one way to rally voters even if the threats of war are few and far between. Campaign 2000 is no different. The Bush campaign decided a few months ago to adopt the dialogue of national security […]

Thomas speaks at Convocation

Journalist Helen Thomas told GW students and faculty to keep up with current events, and faculty members from several academic disciplines debated the implications of November’s presidential election in front of a sizeable crowd at the annual Opening Convocation Tuesday in Lisner Auditorium. Stay in touch, read newspapers, watch television, Thomas advised students. There is […]

Forum: Military morale, pay need a boost

A recent Pentagon report revealed surprising deficiencies in our nation’s combat readiness and military capabilities. In conjunction with this report, Gen. Colin Powell acknowledged and said, Readiness has declined. Investment has declined. Maintenance has declined. And training has declined. Undeniably, America’s military forces are not getting the assistance they deserve. Our current commander-in-chief has neglected […]

DC Reads expands into Southeast with Project 2000

GW students who volunteer for the popular outreach group DC Reads are expanding their tutoring services in an effort to increase children’s literacy throughout the District. The GW program, which involves work-study students and volunteers, added two new programs this year, including one in Southeast D.C. Volunteers with Project 2000, located in Southeast, tutor children […]

Homosexual students speak out

When we lose the right to be different, we lose the privilege to be free. – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Charles Evan Hughes While this may be just an ordinary quote to some people, to others it has a deeper meaning. Members of GW Pride and other gay and lesbian students at GW believe it […]

Staff editorial: Foul behavior

Earlier this week, Indiana University President Myles Brand fired basketball coach Bobby Knight, causing student protests and a media frenzy. While Brand’s decision has proved unpopular among many in the basketball-crazed state of Indiana, the president acted in the best interests of the basketball program, its players and the university. Bobby Knight is an Indiana […]