October 9, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 18

Stories from the October 9, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Staff Editorial: Choosing choice

The GW Medical Center is considering making available mifepristone, also known as RU-486, or the abortion pill, to patients seeking an abortion. If approved, the medication would be available to all patients, including GW students. Everyone deserves access to the safest, most up-to-date medical technology available – including RU-486. But in the case of abortion, […]

Power Rankings

1. St. Louis Rams- – The Rams beat the bye week 43-0. It’s going to be even more lop-sided when the Falcons head to St. Louis next week. 2. Miami Dolphins – The Fish are swimming faster than most in the direction of the playoffs. Jay Fiedler is getting it done in Miami, where the […]

Motherhood 101

He loves to smile, he loves to dance and he likes going for walks, senior Natalie Napoleon said. Napoleon is not describing her boyfriend or even her pet. She is talking about her baby, Laurence Sungmin Wi, born July 2, 2000. He’s just the cutest baby there ever was, Napoleon said. He is my life. […]

Naming those tunes

Bells chime throughout campus at noon and 6 p.m. daily, playing two tunes that should sound common to all who hear them. Most students should certainly be able to recognize the familiar tune of the GW fight song, but many students have trouble recognizing that the set of bell sounds are also GW’s alma mater. […]

Medication mistake

I am writing in response to Adam Brenneman’s Forum piece on the benefits of the recently approved abortion pill, RU-486, also known as mifepristone (New pill increases options for women, Oct. 5). While I whole-heartedly agree with his opinions on the benefits of mifepristone, I must correct the glaring error that appeared in his opening […]

Classifieds (10/9)

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Ethnic error

There are a lot of similarities between Pakistanis and Arabs. Many Pakistanis, like many Arabs, are Muslim. Pakistanis live in hot climates like many Arabs. Pakistani and Arabic languages use the same scripts. However, there are differences as well. I consider myself an American. But I do have a very strong Pakistani background, and I […]

Colonials march in Ohio

The GW volleyball team returned from the always-difficult Ohio weekend – which pitted the Colonials against Xavier and Dayton – with wins against two of the best Atlantic 10 teams, an individual career record and the team’s best overall start since 1994. That is because GW survived hotly contested matches, a thrilling five-game marathon against […]

Warner leads charge in women’s soccer victory over Rams

The GW women’s soccer team came off a disappointing loss to conference rival La Salle Friday to beat Fordham Sunday in Atlantic 10 play. Redshirt freshman Kim Warner once again showed GW and the team’s A-10 foes what they missed, as Warner scored twice to lead GW over the Rams 2-1 at South Riding Field. […]

Students join AIDS Walk

GW students chanted the GW Fight Song as they walked across the Memorial Bridge to the Lincoln Memorial during the AIDS Walk Saturday, joining church groups, area university students and individual marchers from across the region. The 13th Annual AIDS Walk benefited the Whitman-Walker Clinic, a volunteer, community-based health clinic that offers outpatient medical care, […]