October 23, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 22

Stories from the October 23, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

CDs, CRs debate issues

Representatives from the GW College Republicans and GW College Democrats went head-to-head Thursday night during The Last Great Debate in the Hippodrome. The groups participated in a mock presidential debate moderated by CNN’s Burden of Proof co-host Roger Cossack. The format of the debate was consistent with the presidential debates, with general questions presented to […]

Upcoming Games

Monday – no games scheduled Tuesday – Volleyball at George Mason 7 p.m. Wednesday – no games scheduled

Board approves co-ed MVC

GW’s Board of Trustees approved a proposal Friday that will expand the Honors Program to the Mount Vernon Campus and allow men to live there. The Honors Program plans to house 100 freshmen members and 50 current members on the Mount Vernon campus next fall, said David Alan Grier, director of the Honors Program. Next […]

GW lacrosse beats Johns Hopkins

The GW women’s lacrosse team defeated Johns Hopkins University 14-6 Sunday, led by Laurie Horowitz and Lori Kaufman. The team responded well after falling to the United States Naval Academy Friday night. Zach Leibowitz

GW hosts Volunteer Week

GW’s second-annual Volunteer Week, which includes events such as breakfast at Miriam’s Kitchen, brown bag lunches and a week-long food drive, takes place this week. Coordinated by sophomores Madeleine Buck and Rajvee Bhalakia from the Office of Community Service, organizers said they hope this year’s Volunteer Week will not only be exciting, but will also […]

Haunted and spooky

College students might be a little too old for trick-or-treating, but regardless of age no one can ever be too old for Halloween. Plans may no longer involve ringing doorbells and collecting pillowcases full of candy, but a great costume is still a must. The time has passed when a cheap plastic costume of a […]

GW awaits two building permits

University officials said Friday they are still waiting for two permits to continue construction on the Marvin Center. Roger Lyons, executive director of facilities for the Office of the Vice President and the Treasurer, said the University still needs to obtain a permit for excavation, sheeting and sheering and a full building permit before the […]

Robbie Williams is Winning with new release

America got its first taste of Robbie Williams with last year’s The Ego Has Landed, a type of greatest-hits compilation with songs taken from his two UK albums. The album contained hits like Millennium, as perfect a piece of pop music one could find, the sappy, over-the-top, and wonderfully beautiful ballad Angles, and the explosive […]

Einstein Bros tests GW

GW became the only University in the country to incorporate Einstein Bros Bagels in its student meal plan, part of an exclusive marketing experiment Einstein Bros is conducting. Einstein Bros is a new addition to the dining options brought by Aramark, the company that services the University’s food, said Jared Levin, marketing manager of GW’s […]

Professor Toftoy gives students hands on experience

School of Business and Public Management professor Charles Toftoy is a man dedicated to his community, a leader in the business world and a professor who brings the real world to his students’ fingertips. Tofto, who has taught at GW for nine years, is director of the Entrepreneurship/Small Business Program. The program has won several […]