November 20, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 30

Stories from the November 20, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Staff editorial: Moot mail

In a presidential election with only several hundred votes separating the winner and the loser, every vote counts. But several GW students were disenfranchised this election season – not by their states or by failing to comply with complicated absentee requirements, but by absurdly slow mail delivery to campus residence halls. Students in residence halls […]

Crew posts best finish ever

Crew posts best finishes ever at Princeton The men’s and women’s novice crew teams closed out their fall racing season with strong performances last weekend at the Belly of the Carnegie in Princeton, N.J. In the women’s open eight event, GW `A’ finished fifth with a time of 16:33.30 while the GW `B’ squad came […]

Hatchet editorial misses the mark

The editorial, Appeal to absurdity, dismayed and disappointed us, mostly because it evidenced incomplete information and a hasty conclusion that the Foggy Bottom community is ridiculous and our appeal spurious. For instance, contrary to the implication that the appeal was filed even though construction . is already underway, the appeal was filed in October 1999, […]

Reel Big Fish goes belly-up at 9:30 Club

Does anyone remember that week when ska was cool? Ska is often dismissed as a phase in mainstream music that came and went years ago. This was a relief to many longtime ska fans who felt the genre had become too commercial and watered down by popular bands such as The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. Many […]

Men dominate Texas A&M in home opener

Foul trouble held last year’s leading GW scorer SirValiant Brown to a career-low nine shots Saturday night, but the Colonials proved in their 94-74 thumping of visiting Texas A&M University that they have the offensive weapons to score without Brown’s presence on the court. GW’s most valuable weapon in the regular season opener at the […]

GW wins despite foul calls

Officials called 54 fouls in GW’s 94-74 win over the Texas A&M University Saturday night at the Smith Center. Nearly 30 percent (46 points) of the game’s 168 points were made at the foul line. It was a funny game with all the whistles, GW head coach Tom Penders said. It was a parade to […]

Upcoming Games

Upcoming Games Monday – Men’s basketball vs. Old Dominion 7:30 p.m. Tuesday – no games scheduled Wednesday – no games scheduled

Football Scores

NFL Predictions Washington at St. Louis (Monday Night) Chicago 13, Tampa Bay 10Green Bay 26, Indianapolis 24Tennessee 24, Cleveland 10Buffalo 21, Kansas City 17Minnesota 31, Carolina 17New England 16, Cincinnati 13Oakland 31, New Orleans 22Detroit 31, NY Giants 21Philadelphia 34, Arizona 9Denver 38, San Diego 37NY Jets 20, Miami 3San Francisco 16, Atlanta 6Baltimore 27, […]

Volleyball wins A-10 tourney

The GW women’s volleyball team completed its magical conference season Sunday by winning the Atlantic 10 Tournament in a five-game thriller against Xavier at the Frericks Center in Dayton, Ohio. The A-10 champion Colonials, who dedicated the season to late head coach Yvette Moorehead, will receive an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament, which begins […]

Spotlight: Student raises homelessness awareness in Foggy Bottom

At first glance sophomore Brian Miller, 21, may seem like your typical GW student. Miller, a double major in human services and political science, is often busy with schoolwork and his job waiting tables at a local restaurant. While this does not seem all that unusual, there is something very special about this student. When […]