October 5, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 17

Stories from the October 5, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

SA, Burt battle to protect students

You may never see my name plastered on the walls of the Marvin Center or on buttons worn by campaigners, but I am an officer of the Student Association. You don’t hear too much about other individuals in the executive branch, but they are the hardest working members of the organization. They are the ones […]

Local NFL games of the week

Games of the Week Baltimore (4-1) at Jacksonville (2-3)The Ravens have shut out three divisional opponents already this season, but don’t look for a fourth in Jacksonville Sunday night. These two teams along with Tennessee are the top three in a top-heavy division that also features three of the worst teams in football. While the […]

Virginia crushes GW

Riding a two-game winning streak Tuesday, the GW women’s soccer found its growing confidence to be no help against No. 15 University of Virginia as the host Cavaliers pummeled the Colonials 7-0 in Charlottesville, Va. Only days after GW and Atlantic 10 Player of the Week Erin Coppedge defeated Temple and St. Joseph’s on the […]

Classifieds (10/2)

Classified Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS HOUSING Roommates Wanted Sublets FOR SALE General SERVICES Health Travel Tutoring General OPPORTUNITIES Donors General EMPLOYMENT Child Care Full Time Internships, Paid Part Time Work Study

MVC explores co-ed option

The University will propose changes for the Mount Vernon Campus to the Board of Trustees later this month, including a switch to co-educational living in some of the campus’s residence halls and a greater presence of the University Honors Program. I think from a programming standpoint and given the interests of students and the change […]

Solid Day for Colonials

The GW golf team came to play at its inaugural Rehoboth Beach Invitational placing second overall in the 15-team competition held last weekend at Rehoboth Beach, Del. The Colonials finished the two-round invitational with a team score of 606, just five strokes behind Iona College and five strokes ahead of the University of Maryland. I […]

Provisions matches local prices

Students on the Dining Services Commission said GW’s Provisions Market grocery store offers competitive prices to local grocers. Students pay fair and sometimes even better prices at Provisions Too than at larger supermarkets, sophomore Jared Degnan and junior Peter Bastone said. However, some students say they feel the prices are unfair. It’s absolutely ridiculous because […]

Hatchet Predictions

WEEK 6 Hatchet Predictions Last Week (8-6)Overall (42-30) Kansas City 24, Seattle 17 Chicago over New OrleansTennessee over CINCINNATIDetroit over Green BayMiami over BuffaloIndianapolis over NEW ENGLANDNY Jets over PittsburghPhiladelphia over WashingtonAtlanta over NY GiantsArizona over ClevelandSeattle over CAROLINASan Diego over DenverSan Francisco over OaklandJacksonville over BaltimoreMinnesota over Tampa Bay

Students prepare for AIDS Walk

GW students will join people from around the country and D.C. to participate in AIDS Walk 2000 Saturday. The event aims to increase awareness about AIDS and raise money for AIDS research. GW student groups traditionally participate in the annual event independently, but the University will send one unified group this year, said Lily Needleman, […]

Brown , Coppedge win A-10 awards

The GW soccer teams proved last weekend that the volleyball program might not be the only Colonials fall sports team destined for the postseason. The men’s and woman’s soccer squads and volleyball team each won their two Atlantic10 matches over the weekend and have put GW atop or right near the top of the conference […]