Sustaining progress in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process is like climbing a sand dune – every step forward seems to be followed by two steps back. The most recent wave of violence in Israel and the breakdown of peace talks illustrate that the peace process is stumbling. The Palestinians appear firmly intent on ruining Israel and […]
October 12, 2000
Volume 97, Issue 19
Stories from the October 12, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Bruce Johnston joined The Beach Boys following the departure of Brian Wilson from the group’s touring schedule in 1965. He played with the band until 1972, when he began solo work. He is a Grammy-winning songwriter and producer who wrote several songs from Pink Floyd’s The Wall. In 1978, Johnston returned to the Beach Boys. […]
(U-WIRE) EAST LANSING, Mich. – Native Americans – and everyone else – have the right to protest Columbus Day. On Monday night, about 200 people gathered at the rock on Farm Lane to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day, which protests the federal observance of Columbus Day. A forum about the holiday was held earlier that day […]
Many GW students have already begun preparing for Family Weekend and their parents and siblings arrival on campus. Families from all over the country are set to converge on campus Oct. 13-15 for the annual event, highlighted this year by Midnight Madness and a concert by The Beach Boys. As much as I love my […]
People do not always have the time or the money to take advantage of all the fine dining in D.C. But every Kinkead’s has its Au Bon Pain, and there are plenty places to pick up a quick bite for a reasonable price. While travelling through the city, be sure not to miss these top-notch […]
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 […]
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.