September 18, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 12

Stories from the September 18, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Staff editorial – Commercial competition

The Olympic Games. Few gatherings in history hold the same extraordinary power over so many people. Worldwide, the modern Olympics are one of the most watched, most attended, most dissected series of events; and they are reborn in a different city every four years. The modern games are a contemporary attempt to recapture the idealism […]

Classifieds (9/14)

Classified Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS HOUSING Rent, DC FOR SALE Help Wanted Furniture General SERVICES Health Travel Tutoring Typing OPPORTUNITIES Donors General EMPLOYMENT Child Care Full Time Internships, Paid Internships, Unpaid On Campus Part Time Work Study

Nader needed in debates

In recent editions of The Hatchet, the College Democrats and College Republicans have faced off on important issues in the upcoming elections. There is one problem. We still have more than six weeks until the elections. If the current pace of one debate a week continues, before October, there will be no issues left to […]

Gore speaks at Howard University

About 100 GW College Democrats visited Howard University to listen to Democratic presidential nominee Al Gore address a packed auditorium Friday. The event wrapped up Gore’s weeklong campaign trip promoting his education platform. Students said they enjoyed Gore’s uncharacteristically energetic and humorous speech, which followed his guest appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman […]

On-campus calculus

I read with interest the article entitled Senior residents still live at GW in the Sept. 11 Hatchet (p. 6). I live in The Schenley this year and am curious to learn more about the residents I have seen in the residence hall. I was amazed when I came to the sentence, Schutjer said the […]

Freshmen flock to fall rush

Fraternities and sororities hosted a myriad of activities this weekend, drawing the largest turnout in recent years, Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Association officials said. About 175 underclassmen attended a kick-off event that included 11 fraternities and 18 Papa John’s pizzas, IFC President Jay Levin said. Eric Holland, IFC vice president of recruitment, said this year […]

Fall preview – Golf tees off season

Last season the GW golf team had lofty expectations placed on them after finishing a strong 1998-99 season ranked third in the Atlantic 10. To the chagrin of many, including seventh-year head coach Scott Allen, the Colonials failed to meet those high expectations. GW underachieved last season, finishing fifth in the Atlantic 10 and 17th […]

Staff editorial – Self-rule revisited

The Universty has, once again, approved self-governance for the Interfraternity Council. The IFC will attempt to enforce policy in minor cases handed down at the discretion of Student Judicial Services. The lack of unity among IFC fraternities is evidence that this experiment granting fraternities the power to regulate their own affairs could again fail and […]

Fall preview – Men’s soccer starts strong

Having already matched the number of wins for last year’s entire season, the GW men’s soccer team shows few signs of apprehension on the soccer field. The Colonials have already faced some tough competition including the Virginia Military Institute and Georgetown, and stand at ???. The strong start to the season marks a big turnaround […]

Fall preview – Atlantic 10 Coaches’ Predictions

Men’s Cross Country1. La Salle 2. St. Joseph’s3. Massachusetts4. Rhode Island5. Duquense6. Dayton7. Fordham8. GW9. Xavier10. St. Bonaventure Women’s Cross Country1. Massachusetts2. La Salle3. St. Joseph’s4. Rhode Island5. Dayton6. Duquesne7. Fordham8. Xavier9. GW10. St. Bonaventure Women’s Volleyball1. Temple2. Dayton3. GW4. Xavier5. Rhode Island6. Rhode Island7. Massachusetts8. Duquesne9. Fordham10. La Salle Women’s Soccer1. Dayton2. Xavier3. Massachusetts4. […]