September 14, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 11

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

DC Reads Programs

Communities in Schools (NE D.C.) – One-on-one tutoring program that serves children in three public elementary schools. For Love of Children (Shaw) – Build reading and math skills of elementary and junior high school students. Growing Together (Upper NW D.C.) – Tutors work with students ages 5 to 14 who need help in reading, writing, […]

Kid 606 gets loud and raw on electronica debut

Techno music is capable of evoking many different moods. It can make you want to dance. It can be hypnotic. It can be great chill-out music. It can make you scratch your head. But for all that, one of the few moods to come across in techno is pure anger. Punk could do it. So […]

News Briefs

IAS to host Middle East peace forum The GW International Affairs Society will hold a community forum, Prospects for Peace Sept. 19 in Funger Hall 103. A panel of experts will speak on the future of Israeli-Palestinian relations in the midst of current peace talks, according to a University press release. The panel will also […]

Finally, a good movie about karaoke

Karaoke, it’s a way of life. Maybe not for most people, but for the cast of the new Bruce Paltrow film Duets (Buena Vista), karaoke gives the common man the chance to be a star, even if it’s only for three and a half minutes. The film is about six lost individuals searching for something […]

Students join campaigns

GW senior Anjan Choudhury is on the phone a lot. He talks politics. He makes a lot of plans, but his are a little different than his classmates’. Choudhury regularly talks to press secretaries and state government officials. His plans? To connect them to issues concerning college students and young people. Choudhury is the political […]

Homegrown at The Cage highlights D.C.’s hip-hop scene

Many people may have assumed Homegrown was some kind of marijuana-legalization rally because it came on the same day as Cypress Hill’s GW appearance. Au contraire; this new Saturday night hip-hop party is a bold foray into hip-hop culture that is sure to breathe life into the D.C. scene. Billed as the soul from which […]

Staff editorial: Ceremonious success

Every year in the final throws of the D.C. summer, faculty members don academic regalia and march into Lisner Auditorium for what usually proves to be an unremarkable ceremony. This year things were different. The faculty still arrived dressed to the nines, but interminable speeches were largely replaced with a lively panel discussion on the […]

Zuki Moon passes the test

Originally Published 09/14/00 Tucked away in a basement is one of the best-kept culinary secrets of the Foggy Bottom area. Despite various accolades, most recently a profile in Bon Appetit’s Best Restaurants issue, Zuki Moon Noodles has not achieved the notoriety it deserves among GW’s students. When three of my friends and I sat down […]

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 […]