October 12, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 19

Stories from the October 12, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Family Weekend and Restaurant Guide: Restaurant offers fine Italian cuisine

Every town has a restaurant like Luigi’s. A few families, a few guys on dates and Chianti bottles with candle-wax dripping down the side create a familiar scene. Although the restaurant’s menu is far from adventurous, the old favorites, like the parmagianas, the pastas, the fried mozzarella, are reminiscent of good old-fashioned Italian cooking. Luigi’s […]

Staff editorial: Out for tolerance

Members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community at GW and their supporters celebrated National Coming Out Day Wednesday. GW is fortunate to be among the increasing number of institutions populated by people tolerant of diversity in society. While GW is much more open-minded than many other universities, students here still must make an […]

Upcoming Games

Thursday – no games scheduled Friday – Volleyball at Duquesne 7 p.m.Women’s Soccer at Rhode Island 7 p.m.Men’s Soccer vs. Rhode Island 2 p.m.Golf at Lehigh-Stabler IntercollegiateSwimming & Diving at Georgetown Relays 5 p.m. Saturday – Golf at Lehigh-Stabler IntercollegiateMen’s Tennis at TempleXCC at George Mason Invitational (B race) 10 a.m.XCC at Virginia Tech Invitational […]

Family Weekend and Restaurant Guide: GW offers special parent parking rate

Parents visiting for Family Weekend should not worry about paying too much for parking, said Byron Wills, program manager of GW Parking Services. GW will offer families a special discount on weekend parking rates in the University Parking Garage Friday through Sunday. The University has offered a parent discount for the past four years during […]

Staff editorial: Stage cramp

If all the world is a stage, GW is merely a speck simply because the University lacks the conviction to provide its performers with adequate space to practice and perfect their craft. GW has four theaters – if some of the facilities even deserve the term. Mitchell Hall houses a dingy, cramped theater in its […]

The legend of Jack o’ Lanterns

As trees begin shedding their leaves, the foliage indicates it is autumn and almost time for Halloween. Costume parties, candy, trick-or-treating and, of course, pumpkins, all come to mind. Lots and lots of pumpkins and Jack o’ Lanterns. Pumpkin picking is a seasonal tradition that starts in October and continues through Thanksgiving. October 31 is […]

Family Weekend and Restaurant Guide: Family Weekend 2000 takes GW by storm

Family Weekend 2000 promises to be filled with activities for both parents and siblings, said officials in the Office of Parent Services. Family Weekend is an opportunity for families to visit students and to get to know the University, Katrina Campbell, executive assistant of the Office of Parent Services said. The schedule for the weekend […]

CR abortion argument unconvincing

I was hoping the College Republican’s column in the Oct. 5 Hatchet would at least make me rethink my support of RU-486 (Drug will have little affect on abortion). Boy was I let down. The article did not make one factual statement against the drug except for the vague statement there are many side effects […]

Arena Stage presents controversial play

Seldom is a brute sport like boxing married with theatrical production, and perhaps there has never been an offspring as successful as The Great White Hope, now playing at the Arena Stage. Based loosely on the story of the flamboyant Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion of the world, the play has returned to […]

Family Weekend and Restaurant Guide: Schedule of Events

Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. – A Look Backward, A Look Forward: Selections from the GW Permanent Collection, Dimock Gallery, Lower Lisner Auditorium 12:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. – PACHANGA! Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Multicultural Student Services, 2127 G Street, Room 209 2:45 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. – Peacekeeping Where There is No Peace to Be […]