October 2, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 16

Stories from the October 2, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Crossfire visits GW

CNN will air its political debate program Crossfire live from GW’s Lisner Auditorium Oct. 2-6. One show will air each of the five days starting at 7:30 p.m. Hosts Bill Press, Mary Matalin and Robert Novack, along with the week’s guests, will take questions from the audience during the five shows. Tickets have been on […]

Give thought a chance

Ever wonder why events like the Olympics seem good from afar, but once they happen, they seem far from good? For instance, these Olympics were supposed to be great – the Aussie games from Down Under and any other catchphrase or story of human drama that NBC can ram down our throats. By now we […]

Fraternity hosts canned-food drive

The Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity will host a canned-food drive to benefit a local food bank this week. Members said they hope to collect 50,000 pounds of canned food for the Capital Area Food Bank by placing collection boxes throughout campus this week. The drive is the fraternity’s major philanthropic event of the school year. […]

SA articles plagued by misinformation

After reading The Hatchet Thursday, I was completely dismayed by the misinformation that was presented concerning the Student Association. I would like to clarify a few things for the general public and share correct information. Starting on the front page, SA Senate approves funding for student groups, (Sept. 28) there is imprecision surrounding the events […]

Staff editorial: Debating the debates

About 150 students gathered at a rally Thursday to support presidential candidate Ralph Nader’s bid to be included in the presidential debates. The event, attended by many GW students, took place in front of the offices of the Commission on Presidential Debates, the organization that stages and regulates debates between presidential candidates. While many students […]

Upcoming games

Monday – no games scheduled Tuesday – Women’s Soccer at Virginia 7 p.m. Wednesday – no games scheduled

Staff editorial: Bloody Jerusalem

Jerusalem, perhaps the most sacred and revered city in the world, was engulfed in violence once more over the weekend. Palestinian gunmen and Israeli soldiers have fought running gun battles that resulted in 27 people killed and more than 700 wounded. Reports from the city read like dispatches from a horrible war where fighting is […]

Men’s and women’s cross country compete at the GW Invitational

The men’s cross country team, led by sophomore David Talbird, finished fifth Friday at the GW Invitational in Centreville, Va., behind leaders Miami University of Ohio and the University of Virginia. Talbird placed ninth out of 126 runners with a time of 25:53.35, crossing the finish line just one minute behind the winner, Virginia’s Bobby […]

Shallow snobbery

I would just like to thank The Hatchet for printing this propagation of snobbery by Ms. Somogyi (A fashion faux pas, Sept. 28). A good education includes a broadening of the senses and an opening of the mind. Ms. Somogyi just feeds into the criticism that students on this campus are more concerned with their […]