GW’s College Republicans talked shop over dinner with Rep. Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) at his Capitol Hill home Thursday. A close friend of CR member Erik Yassenoff and a campus guest speaker last year, the congressman invited 25 students to his old home, which is just five blocks from the Capitol. Kolbe grilled hamburgers and provided […]
September 18, 2000
Volume 97, Issue 12
Stories from the September 18, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Life is short for most radio-friendly bands. An album is released then a single from the album appears on the Billboard charts for a few weeks. If the band is lucky, Carson Daly will introduce its video at the number one slot on MTV’s Total Request Live. After that the band quietly disappears. Band members […]
Upcoming Games: Monday- no games scheduled Tuesday- no games scheduled Wednesday- Men’s Soccer vs. George Mason 2 p.m. Women’s Soccer at Old Dominion 7 p.m. Volleyball vs. Temple 7 p.m.
GW senior Jeff Marootian announced Friday that he will run for a position on the Advisory Neighborhood Commission. Marootian, a 21-year old Munson Hall community facilitator who is running unopposed, would replace GW graduate Steven Mandlebaum as District 2A commissioner in January. Elections are Nov. 7. The ANC makes policy recommendations to the D.C. government, […]
September 15, 2000The Corcoran Museum2:13 p.m. I’ve been at GW for three years now and I can count on one hand how many museums and cultural events I’ve attended. Yes, I know I should be ashamed, but I always told myself oh, you can go next year. As my senior year seems to be dwindling […]
The GW women’s volleyball team won two out of three matches this weekend at the American Classic at American University’s Bender Arena, improving its record to 8-2. The team’s three-game victory over North Carolina State University Friday and four-game win over Purdue University Saturday afternoon resulted from an aggressive attack with multiple Colonials finishing with […]
Some Hall on Virginia Avenue residents have seen more than their share of water since the school year began. The carpeting in an eighth floor room was replaced last week after a filter on the pump of the rooftop swimming pool leaked, said Vania Smith, HOVA’s community director. Michael Peller, the managing director for Property […]
Across the street from the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial on Constitution Avenue, a quirky, perplexing genius lounges on a white granite bench. In the yard of the National Academy of Sciences, this character is holding a paper that contains complex mathematical equations, such as the theory of relativity and the photoelectric effect. It is easy to […]
Parking. In a major city it certainly has a different connotation than almost anywhere else. That perfectly-located spot down the street is like a mirage off in the distance, but the aggressive driver still guns the engine to reach it before anyone can claim it as their own. The driver speeds to that empty space […]
When will Coca-Cola’s tyranny over GW end? All I see these days is the red cup glaring like a communist banner. There seems to be some revisionist history at work: a year ago, it was the faux-iced over Pepsi cup – albeit in a cooler blue – that dominated the GW landscape. Yet today, it […]