September 21, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 13

Stories from the September 21, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Thank you, Miss Daisy

Hi-ya baby! This familiar exclamation of a GW legend will no longer be heard this year. After twenty-seven years of this friendly greeting, dining services veteran Miss Daisy has hung up her apron. Sixty-year-old Daisy Rich retired this summer after more than a quarter century of service at the University. Miss Daisy, as students affectionately […]

Forum: Policies protect students, property

As a community facilitator in LaFayette Hall last year, I came in daily contact with students who questioned, and pushed, the limits of the University’s alcohol policy. One of the most frequent criticisms of the University’s code was that it gave CFs excessively free rein to peer into residents’ lives and enforce a draconian policy. […]

Classifieds (9/21)

Classified Ads 100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 200 HOUSING 245 Rent, DC 270 Sublets 300 FOR SALE 310 Computers 320 Furniture 399 General SERVICES 425 Health 460 Travel 465 Tutoring 500 OPPORTUNITIES 510 Donors 599 General 600 EMPLOYMENT 610 Child Care 615 Full Time 620 Internships, Paid 621 Internships, Unpaid 665 Part Time

Convocation miseducation

In response to the article that appeared concerning the Opening Convocation (Thomas speaks at Convocation, Sept. 14, p. 1), I feel it’s necessary to address several inaccuracies voiced during the ceremony by Dr. Mary Hatwood Futrell. This year’s Opening Convocation was designed to allow students to become more familiar with the upcoming presidential election by […]

Classifieds (9/18)

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

Gore highlights Howard U.

I would like to thank The Hatchet for its work on the article Gore speaks at Howard (Sept. 17, p 1). As an African-American Washingtonian, I am always proud to see the city’s historically-black institutions given the respect they deserve. As the article correctly pointed out, Howard University has served as a prestigious higher education […]

University unveils Pushkin sculpture

Students, professors and Russian dignitaries gathered to see the unveiling of a sculpture built in honor of Russian author Aleksandr Pushkin Wednesday. The statue is to honor Pushkin’s memory, said Gpiaotrieff Duritry, a Russian native and specialist in Russian studies at Georgetown University. He is not only a Russian figure, but also an international figure, […]


<a Fall preview – Volleyball goes for A-10 Championship September 7, 1999: RACE Despite decades of work, blacks at GW still find themselves in a gray area…

GTAAA changes focus to garnering student support

An advocacy group for part-time faculty and graduate teaching assistants is concentrating on informing students about their concerns this year. GW’s Graduate Teaching Assistant Adjunct Alliance will continue to explore working conditions of part-time teachers and teaching assistants, but emphasize broadcasting its message, said Kevin Mahoney, a member of the group’s organizing committee. Mahoney, a […]

Golf struggles at James Madison Invitational

Without two of its top four players last weekend, the GW golf team struggled at the James Madison Invitational in Harrisonburg, Va., and finished last out of 17 teams. The team played without senior Darren Ressler, who fell ill the day before the competition, and junior Tim Derdenger, who is recovering from a summer shoulder […]