October 23, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 22

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

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 […]

Habitat raises money with Ben and Jerry’s

Free ice cream flooded Kogan Plaza Friday, as Habitat for Humanity teamed with Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream to raise money and spread its message. I heard `free ice cream’ and I had to come down and see what was going on, said Dave Black, a sophomore whose Crawford Hall room overlooks Kogan Plaza. This […]

Classifieds (10/19)

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Students compete in Greek Week festivities

Mister Day’s was packed Saturday night with members of GW’s Greek-letter organizations, as they celebrated the end of this year’s Greek Week activities. The annual event featured four days of games and contests, which included a date auction, skits and a competition for Greek Goddess and Greek God honors. Sigma Phi Epsilon and Phi Sigma […]

Phone problems annoy residents

Students living in Aston Hall say they are annoyed by charges to their phone bills for local and long distance phone calls. Our phone, for whatever reason, charges us for calls to the places like the Columbian School (office) and the (GW) Bookstore, said Brian Chase, a junior who lives in the Aston. (We were […]