October 30, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 24

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

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, […]

Students voice anger over removed posters

Members of the Arab Student Association said they are upset flyers they posted in campus buildings were torn down and shredded. But they said they do not know who is responsible. Junior Nizar Wattad, a member of the ASA who posted many of the flyers, said ASA members posted 400 flyers Wednesday in various campus […]

Classifieds (10/30)

Classified Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS HOUSING Roommates Wanted Sublets FOR SALE General SERVICES Health Travel Tutoring OPPORTUNITIES Donors General EMPLOYMENT Full Time Internships, Paid On Campus Part Time

Setting election priorities

Now that election season is in full swing, I feel that it is my public duty to remind all of you gentle readers to get out and vote. Perhaps some of you are still undecided and grappling over which candidate best suits your views. Relax, I’m not here to discuss the neck-and-neck race between Bush […]

Classifieds (10/26)

Classified Ads ANNOUNCEMENTS General HOUSING Roommates Wanted Sale, Metro Sublets FOR SALE General SERVICES Health Travel Tutoring General OPPORTUNITIES Donors General EMPLOYMENT Child Care Full Time On Campus Part Time

Staff editorial: Ticket fix?

The Athletic Department placed a full-page advertisement in The Hatchet touting a new program to sell reserved season tickets to students for $50. The tickets would be located in the Gold section – the seats behind the basket at the top of the arena. This proposal would allow students to purchase seats in advance to […]

Staff editorial: Commencement solutions

The Student Association passed a resolution Tuesday demanding that GW continue its tradition of holding Commencement on the Ellipse. While students and administrators agree that the Ellipse is the best venue for the ceremony, factors beyond the University’s control may force GW to seek another site. GW should keep its promise to hold Commencement on […]

Students doubt SA progress

Members of the Student Association said the SA Senate has passed fewer pieces of legislation so far than in previous years because members are focusing on issues that affect more people and trying to write legislation that makes a difference. The Senate, which convenes weekly, has passed four pieces of legislation since the beginning of […]

A’s for effort?

I am writing to voice my strong objection to the article Students choose the `easy A’ over a hard course (Oct. 19, p. 8) and the accompanying table of percentages of students who expect to receive an A. The article, along with the supporting table, give the impression that, in Economics 11 as well as […]