November 16, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 29

Stories from the November 16, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

WEB-ONLY: CI leaders win trip to Morocco

Thanks to a little computer imaging and some luck from a genie in a bottle, four Colonial Cabinet members will represent GW as student ambassadors in Morocco this spring break. President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg selected Theresa Saccardi, Anjan Choudhury, Shari Cooperman and Seth Rosensweig to travel to Al-Akhawayn University in Morocco. Trachtenberg asked members of […]

Volleyball has the will, now it must find a way

By winning the regular season Atlantic 10 last Saturday, the GW women’s volleyball team achieved the first goal it confidently set out to accomplish at the beginning of the year. There is no doubt that the team’s endurance after head coach Yvette Moorehead’s tragic death in August led to a unique blend of passion, unity […]

Bush should let law decide

The voting has concluded, and American citizens know only one thing about its outcome, the presidency will be determined after the will of the people is calculated in Florida. The most important thing the candidates can do is put the full weight of their support behind a reasonable process that assists a fair and accurate […]

Trivia team to host intramural bowl

The GW Academic Competition Club will host a trivia competition open to all members of the GW community in Phillips Hall Nov. 18 at noon. The College Bowl Intramural Tournament will allow students to compete in teams of one to four members. GWACC Vice President Aaron Schroeder said the group urges students to register for […]

GW conquers World All Stars

The GW men’s basketball team won easily Monday night beating the One World All Stars 96-80. Senior Mike King led all-scorers with 27 points and sophomore SirValiant Brown added 25. This was the Colonials final exhibition game before they host Texas A&M University Saturday night in their first regular-season game. Head Coach Tom Penders experimented […]

Hemp man keeps on truckin’

David Pearson sits on a blanket by the Foggy Bottom Metro station weaving hemp jewelry. A bench behind him displays an assortment of hemp necklaces; beads and glasswork lie at his side. One of his larger pieces hangs around his neck under a long gray ponytail, but he’s traveling lightly. He won’t stay too long. […]

Campus awaits presidential decision

As the presidency hinges on the Florida recounts, GW students stressed the importance of an getting accurate ballot count in Florida and said they support measures to ensure that every person’s vote will count. Anything that can increase the voice of the people should be actively pursued, sophomore Elliot Miller said. Four Florida counties counted […]

Hatchet NFL Predictions

Overall () Last Week () Week 12 Kansas City over Buffalo Tennessee over Cleveland Philadelphia over Arizona NY Giants over Detroit Tampa Bay over Chicago Minnesota over Carolina Indianapolis over Green Bay Miami over NY Jets Oakland over New Orleans New England over Cincinnati Denver over San Diego San Francisco over Atlanta Baltimore over Dallas […]

Generic Theatre prepares for play marathon

Most plays aren’t written, cast, rehearsed and performed in a day. This weekend’s Generic Theatre Company performance is not like most plays. Starting Friday night, Generic will begin its third 24-Hour Play, an acting and producing marathon that requires all the thought, creativity and planning that goes into plays minus the weeks of preparation. Friday […]

Debit Dollars expand approach

The GWorld Debit Dollars program has grown almost five-fold since its inception in 1997. Students said they enjoy the ease and convenience of the program. When the program started we had to work really hard to sign people but now they contact us, said Steve Hersey, GWorld Debit Dollars program coordinator. We are trying to […]