October 2, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 16

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

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 […]

Residents neglected

I live in Munson Hall 209, and at about 1:45 a.m. on Thursday a water pipe that run across the ceiling in my bathroom exploded. As a result my room became completely flooded in 10 minutes due to the high pressure of the water. By 2 a.m. my room was a complete disaster. The water […]

Juno Reactor fuses electronics and classical on new album

Juno Reactor has long been one of the mainstays of trance music. From its first album Transmissions, with its dance-like feel, to Beyond the Infinite, still a classic in almost any techno collection and finally to Bible of Dreams, the haunting 1997 album, the group has set a very high bar. Juno Reactor’s newest CD, […]