October 2, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 16

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

Volleyball defeats Rhode Island, sweeps UMass

Tracee Brown made her case for Atlantic 10 Player of the Week after the GW senior pounded 55 kills over the weekend in the Colonials’ two solid victories over Rhode Island and Massachusetts at the Smith Center. GW’s outside hitter has struck 115 kills in just five A-10 games, a major reason for the team’s […]

GW women’s soccer starts A-10 season perfectly

It was a winning weekend in Philadelphia for junior Erin Coppedge and the GW women’s soccer team. Coppedge stole the show and led the Colonials to a pair of hard-fought wins over Atlantic 10 rivals St. Joseph’s and Temple with hat-tricks in both games. Head Coach Tanya Vogel experimented with Coppedge, usually a defensive back, […]

Cafe Japone offers karaoke bliss

Originally Published 10/02/00 Sept. 28, 2000Caf? Japone10:14 p.m. In my ideal world, life would be a musical. Bursting into song would be a daily occurrence. We would sing about love, friends, homework, papers, highlighters and statistics. You name it, we would sing it. Can you imagine it? What fun J Street would be at twelve […]

In tune with the beat on the street

It has often been said that street musicians supply the music that is the soul of the city. In sync with the rapid pace of footsteps on the pavement, providing the beat for the day and offering a bit of entertainment, street musicians are very real and in touch with reality. So real and in […]

Students rally for Nader

Students from around the area gathered Thursday night to rally outside the Committee on Presidential Debates building on New Hampshire Avenue, urging the inclusion of Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader and other third-party candidates in October’s presidential debates. About 120 students formed a picket line and marched in a circle demanding, Where is the […]

National Gallery opens exhibit featuring five centuries of art

The National Gallery of Art has collected a smorgasbord of paintings for its newest exhibition, Art for the Nation: Collecting for a New Century, which opens October 1. The 140 works in Art for the Nation are arranged chronologically, beginning with Nuremberg’s The Raising of the Cross (circa 1480-1490) to Sol LeWitt’s Wavy Brushstrokes (1996). […]

Students adjust to life in U.S.

When senior Jason Teo Chutat first arrived at GW from Singapore in August, he said he was very nervous. He was forced to adjust to different customs, languages and classroom environments. The classes at GW have a lot of discussion and interaction among students and teachers, which takes a while to get used to, he […]

Mojave 3 provide a quiet alternative on new album

When bands breakup and members go on to form other groups they produce sound different from the past. Post-punk downers Joy Division, after the death of singer Ian Curtis and subsequent break-up, became the more dance-friendly New Order. After the suicide of Kurt Cobain, members of Nirvana went on to form the much more upbeat […]

SBPM ranks in third tier

Business Week magazine included GW’s School of Business and Public Management in its master’s degree rankings for the first time, placing it in the magazine’s third tier of schools. Robert Moll, SBPM’s director of communications, said he and other SBPM officials are pleased with GW’s inclusion in the rankings in this week’s cover story, The […]

GW classes follow political campaigns

GW professors are utilizing the University’s location to educate students about politics and government as the November elections draw near. Sarah Binder, an assistant professor of political science, said she begins each class with a discussion on political parties and interest groups. She said these discussions focus on political news related to course material in […]