December 11, 2000

Volume 97, Issue 34

Stories from the December 11, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Colonial suffer loss without top scorer

The GW women’s basketball team had its worst shooting performance of the season in a 71-54 loss to Seton Hall University Sunday afternoon at Walsh Gym in South Orange, N.J. GW managed just 32 percent shooting (22-of-67) and four Colonials fouled out. GW (4-4) was without their top scorer, senior Petra Dubovcova, who sprained her […]

UPD reports drop in crime

University Police Director Dolores Stafford told students at a Student Association town hall meeting Dec. 6 that crime on campus has decreased because of increased security measures. The event drew about 20 students and included a demonstration of the Rape Aggression Defense classes and a simulation by EMeRG, the campus emergency care team. We are […]

Death row inmate speaks to GW students

Maryland death-row inmate Kenneth Collins spoke live via speakerphone to students in an overflowing room in Corcoran Hall Thursday night. Supporters greeted him with chants of, they say death row, we say hell no. The Campaign to End the Death Penalty and GW chapters of NAACP, International Socialist Organization, ACLU and GW Action Coalition co-sponsored […]

Men’s Upcoming Games

December Dec. 11 vs. PROVIDENCE 7:30 p.m. Dec 27-30 at Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic (at Stan sheriff?? Center, Honolulu, Hawaii) Dec. 28 GW vs. Tennessee 12:30 a.m. (EST) Dec. 29 GW vs. Detroit or Iowa TBA Dec. 30 GW vs.Hawaii/Manhattan/St. Louis/Texas A&M TBA January Jan. 3 at UNC Charlotte 7 p.m. Jan. 6 at Massachusetts […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Students laud 4-RIDE, cite some faults

GW students said they prefer GW’s 4-RIDE escort service to student transportation provided by other area universities because 4-RIDE emphasizes safety and convenience, despite occasional long waits and indirect service to destinations. The 4-RIDE service, which is run by the University Police Department, transports students to and from any on-campus buildings in vans at night […]

University offices collect gifts for charity

The Office of Community Service and other campus organizations are sponsoring a number of charitable efforts as the holiday season approaches. Each year during the holiday season faculty members meet to mingle, eat holiday foods and bring items for clothing and toy drives in an event coordinated by OCS’s Holiday Party Committee. The party benefits […]

Women’s Upcoming Games

December Dec. 17 vs. MOUNT ST. MARY’S 2 p.m. Dec. 21 vs. TOWSON 7 p.m. Dec. 28 vs. NORTH CAROLINA STATE 7 p.m. January Jan. 3 at Duquesne 7:05 p.m. Jan. 6 vs. XAVIER noon (espn2) Jan. 9 vs. ST. JOSEPH’S 7 p.m. Jan. 13 at Villanova 2 p.m. Jan.15 at La Salle TBA

WEB EXCLUSIVE: GW offers security tips for winter break, study abroad

Students who plan to return to GW in January should exercise caution to protect their belongings in their residence halls or apartments, University officials said. The most serious thing for students is that they shouldn’t leave valuables in their rooms over break, said Dolores Stafford, director of the University Police Department. Last year, seven Aston […]

Phone outages annoy students

Students across campus experienced outages in the University phone service in the past few weeks and were unable to make outgoing local or long distance calls from their residence hall rooms. I have problems dialing out sometimes, said sophomore Rachael Beekman, a Francis Scott Key Hall resident. I went out and bought a cell phone […]