November 30, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 31

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

Forum: Not all votes counted

Throughout the past two weeks, the American public witnessed hours of endless news coverage of the election in Florida. Everyone from journalists to congressmen, even random people on the street, chimed in with thoughts on the current predicament. Multiple lawsuits are still pending in court. The issues surrounding Florida’s election are complicated and multifaceted. However, […]

Forum: Bush won on two counts

This election marks one of the most exciting yet disgusting displays in American political history. We have an election contested on the idea that ballots were deliberately not counted, yet we still declared George W. Bush the winner. Al Gore refuses to concede despite the votes in Florida being counted twice, with Bush in the […]

Classifieds (11/20)

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UConn Routs GW

GW women’s basketball head coach Joe McKeown has been around long enough to know that the only way to be the best is to beat the best. The Colonials were given two chances to do just that this week. But, after blowout road losses to top-ranked University of Connecticut and No. 5-ranked Rutgers University in […]

Classifieds (11/16)

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Stepping onto a higher court

From the first practice of the 2000 season, members of the GW volleyball team knew something special was happening, but they just couldn’t quite put their finger on it. Maybe it was the fabulous freshmen recruiting class comprised of six talented newcomers. That was part of it, but there was something more. Perhaps it was […]

Students await clash with Jarvis

It has been three years since former GW men’s basketball coach Mike Jarvis departed Foggy Bottom for Big East Conference powerhouse St. John’s University in Queens, NY. By now the only trace that Jarvis ever coached here are the players he recruited. In fact, aside from his former GW players, who are now seniors, the […]

Saving her homeland

GW graduate student Rachel Collis is a long way from her home of twenty-two years. She is from Montserrat, a lush green island in the Caribbean. Montserrat is a tiny island located near Antigua and St. Kitts and has a lot of charm, Collis said. Montserrat has a population of about 5,000, and Collis, 47, […]

Debt lurks a swipe away

Commotion from credit card company representatives bombarding students is a familiar scene at GW. Recruiters frequently offer students incentives such as T-shirts and water bottles for simply applying for a new card. On company Web sites, major credit card corporations frequently offer students discounts at online retailers to join their legions of cardholders. For many […]