October 30, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 24

Stories from the October 30, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Women’s tennis aces A-10 competition with two out

The GW women’s tennis team defeated Xavier, Dayton and Duquesne last weekend led by the strong play of Nazli Gencsoy, Lindy First and Katarina Stastny. The team’s top three seeds each won a singles and doubles match against their Atlantic 10 opponents. GW was able to win without injured players Tracy Wei, Susie Coggin and […]

Upcoming Games

Monday – no games scheduledTuesday – Volleyball at Temple 7 p.m.Wednesday – no games scheduled

First-place volleyball prepares for Temple

The first-place GW volleyball team crushed host Rhode Island in three games Friday night led by a 13-kill attack by senior Tracee Brown. GW pounded 52 kills in the match while committing just 18 errors. With the win the Colonials (18-4, 9-1) took over the lead in the Atlantic 10 standings by a half game […]

Destiny, baseball and the Yankees

I have always been a believer in baseball’s relationship with life and destiny. I wasn’t born a Yankees fan, but there’s something about watching them always find a way to succeed that makes rooting for them quite meaningful. Having been fortunate enough to get my hands on an upper-deck ticket to game one of the […]

Gas leak halts activities

A worker accidentally ruptured a gas pipe on the corner of 21st and H streets Saturday afternoon, forcing the evacuation of students, employees, shoppers and guests from University buildings and disrupting campus events. The eruption caused the evacuation of the Marvin Center, Lisner Auditorium, Tower Records, Crawford and Lafayette halls, The Schenley and the Quad. […]

Spotlight: Building houses spooks

Occasionally I get a chill down my back when I walk down the halls of Building XX, junior electronic media major Clark Harding said. Many faculty members and students believe Building XX, the laboratory for Electronic Media Program at 814 20th street is haunted. The off-white building standing between Tower Video and Building YY of […]

SA backs Ellipse ceremony

The Student Association passed a resolution unanimously Tuesday night demanding that the University continue to hold Commencement on the Ellipse. GW has explored the possibility of moving the event to the MCI Center because the University does not reserve an indoor back-up space large enough to host the event in case of hazardous weather. In […]

D.C. Diary: Tasting journalism from another country’s perspective

Home Sweet HomeOct. 27, 20003 p.m. I cannot figure it out. One mention of Croatia or any other former Yugoslavian republic and most people wince. Although I am no scholar on the affairs of central Europe, I can lend a traveler’s perspective. To the outside observer, Croatia may seem like a war-torn country, lacking character, […]

Students devote week to service

GW students joined a nationwide movement to volunteer their time to cleanup projects, food drives and children’s activities during GW’s Volunteer Week, which culminated last Saturday. Volunteer Week included eight main volunteer activities on campus and throughout the District. Students all over the country participated in similar events during the 10th annual National Volunteer Week, […]

Deep Dish talks to The Hatchet about helping D.C. get down

One of the groups responsible for casting D.C. into the techno limelight is the duo Deep Dish. Formed by Ali Shirazinia and Sharam Tayebi, the renowned duo has made critically acclaimed records, is known world-wide for their DJ sets and has helped to build the dance music scene in D.C., almost from the ground up, […]