November 9, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 27

Stories from the November 9, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

UPD introduces Web site

Students looking to track items left in campus buildings now have the power of the Internet to aid their search. Students can now e-mail the University Police Department to report their missing item using UPD’s new Web site. The new site, launched in October, provides information to students that was formerly only available by visiting […]

Hatchet NFL Predictions

Week 11 Hatchet NFL Predictions Overall (82-60) Last Week (8-7) Philadelphia over PittsburghSt. Louis over NY GiantsTennessee over Baltimore Buffalo over ChicagoNew England over ClevelandJacksonville over SeattleDallas over CincinnatiDetroit over AtlantaMinnesota over ArizonaCarolina over New OrleansMiami over San DiegoIndianapolis over NY JetsKansas City over San FranciscoTampa Bay over Green BayDenver over OaklandBye week- Washington

Staff Editorial: Media mayhem

Election-night news coverage, particularly by television journalists, was irresponsibly hasty in drawing conclusions for the presidential race. Anchors, reporters, analysts and pundits made a mockery of the most important political event in recent American history. As the polls closed and the suspense over the presidential election stretched out to the early morning, the national news […]

Two students compete at Taekwando championships

Two GW students competed at the 25th National Collegiate Taekwondo Association Championships last weekend held at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. Junior Maria Christian earned a silver medal for sparring in the women’s black-belt middleweight division. Fellow junior Erin Bingham took third place in the women’s blue belt Bantam weight sparring division losing 8-6 […]

Staff Editorial: Scrap Electoral College

The presidential election hanging in the balance of one state exposes the need to create an election system that truly represents American citizens. As the country waits for its next leader to be announced, Florida voters have found out they hold more power than the rest of the nation in determining the next president of […]

Student survival delivered in under an hour

The phenomenon started in the basement of a warehouse in the East Village of New York City. It began with a couple of couriers delivering movies and ice cream to customers in less than an hour. Now serving 11 cities across the country and celebrating its D.C. location’s one-year anniversary this month, is catching […]

Singled out

As a resident of the Mount Vernon Campus and a GW student – yes, living at Mount Vernon still makes me a GW student – I’m becoming more and more appalled at the fact that we are consistently singled out at school-wide events. Recently, I attended the showing of The Legend of Baggar Vance and […]

Sibling rivalry subsides

When preparing to leave for school at the end of the summer – whether for the first time or the third – a lot of thought is given to leaving friends, homes, parents and the safety of a familiar place. After all that concentration, not a lot of energy is left to contemplate leaving siblings. […]