In recent comments to The GW Hatchet, Student Association President David Burt expressed his dissatisfaction over the proposed 2000-2001 SA budget (SA Senate approves funding for student groups, Sept. 28, p. 1). The prime target of his attack was the funding proposal for the Medical Center Student Council. Burt has misrepresented the council. Like all […]
October 12, 2000
Volume 97, Issue 19
Stories from the October 12, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A misunderstanding between the Office of Student Financial Assistance and several student lending agencies has caused many students to receive letters requesting loan payments, even though they have not graduated. For example, senior Jessica McClish said she received a loan repayment schedule when she followed up with her lender about a loan to pay the […]
Caf? La Ruche is a small French bistro located in Georgetown on 31st Street by the canal that offers dining both inside and outside. Far away from the busy streets and crowded sidewalks, outdoor patio dining is the main draw to Caf? La Ruche. It is rare to find good outside dining in the city, […]
Freshman Karen Morchower commenting on her roommate getting turned away from the GW Hospital: Even when you’re dying you still have to go through the red tape.
Israelis claim to work hard to resolve their differences with Palestinians to establish a lasting peace. However, the Israeli government allowed hard-line opposition Likud Party leader Ariel Sharon to visit with an armed escort what is known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Haram al-Sharif. This is the same Ariel […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]