The University has removed five students from residence halls for violating Residence Hall License Agreements this year, said David Pine, director of GW’s Student Judicial Services. Of these, two freshmen were removed and six had cancellations deferred. GW removed the same number of students from on-campus housing last year at this time. Ten other students […]
September 25, 2000
Volume 97, Issue 14
Stories from the September 25, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Upcoming games Monday – Men’s Soccer vs. Howard 2 p.mGolf at St. Bonaventure-Keenan Classic 9 a.m. Tuesday – Volleyball at La Salle 6:30 p.m. Wednesday – Water Polo vs. Johns Hopkins 7 p.m.
The Faculty Senate is considering adding a graduate school for professional studies to fill a recent increase in demand for professional education, according to a committee assigned to report on the benefits of adding the school. The Joint Task Force on the College of Professional Studies, a 14-member group that was formed in February, recommended […]
Gencsoy, First battle Notre Dame opponents The GW women’s tennis team played competitively over the weekend at an eight-team tournament at the University of Maryland, which featured No. 15 Notre Dame University. GW’s Nazli Gencsoy and Lindy First each took their Notre Dame opponents to three sets, but neither could pull out a victory. First […]
Perhaps the most difficult thing about being a college student living in D.C. is saving money. Standing as a virtual gateway to the GW campus, the shops at 2000 Pennsylvania Ave. don’t make saving a buck any easier. With so many convenient and high-quality services, restaurants and shops available right on the edge of campus, […]
To be flung into the air at 70 miles per hour on a suspended roller coaster certainly gives one an incredible heart-in-your-throat adrenaline rush. This motion madness called the roller coaster has become a popular attraction and holiday hotspot. Students take the roller coaster’s existence for granted, as if it has been here since the […]
While watching the blue and white distribution trucks of Foggy Bottom Ale rolling through the neighborhood, it would be easy to believe that this local microbrew has been a Foggy Bottom tradition for ages. By Foggy Bottom standards, however, Foggy Bottom Ale is a newborn. The beer, one of the best-selling microbrews in the area, […]
Sept. 19, 2000 Loews L’Enfant Plaza 3:05 p.m. I have been obsessed with game shows for as long as I can remember. I can vividly recall coming home from pre-school, sitting in my den and watching the Price is Right while eating a peanut butter sandwich on cinnamon raisin bread. I subscribe to the game […]
It took Nicole Wittman 19 hours to get to Washington, D.C. by plane from her home in Australia. But standing outside the gates to the South Lawn of the White House, Wittman talks not of her long journey or of the grandeur of the house of the leader of the free world. Wittman would rather […]
When the Presidents of the United States of America appeared on the music scene, the radio waves were awash with other Seattle-based groups. After the self-loathing of Nirvana and the moody posturing of Pearl Jam, the Presidents’ carefree pop-punk was a breath of fresh air. The band’s self-titled debut, buoyed by hits like Lump and […]