More than 50 years after the last battle of WWII, thousands of veterans find themselves in a new battle. Many of the veterans a new World War II memorial aims to honor have launched a fight against its construction. On the front lines of this battle is a 1951 GW graduate, retired Army Cpl. John […]
January 22, 2001
Volume 97, Issue 37
Stories from the January 22, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.
GW does not have a sports following like the University of North Carolina, Duke or Florida State universities. Colonial fans do not enroll to paint themselves blue or camp out in the cold for tickets. Many GW students come to D.C. to experience all the exciting social and political aspects of life in the capital. […]
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Nelda Brown, a second-year student in the public administration master’s degree program exemplifies all the characteristics needed to be called a public servant. Brown has been a community leader since her high school days and has continued to take an active role serving the public in her career and her studies. Brown, from Oklahoma, attended […]
President George W. Bush stressed American unity and urged Americans to serve their neighbors at his inauguration Saturday. Despite rainy, barely above freezing weather, hundreds of thousands of onlookers gathered in front of the Capitol to witness the inauguration. “Civility is not a tactic or a sentiment,” Bush said. “It is the determined choice of […]
January 20, 2001 Omni Shoreham Hotel 8 p.m. My parents, my hairdresser, friends from home and the woman who sits at the front desk of my apartment all thought I was going to an inaugural ball. A real inaugural ball. It would take too long to explain that I would not be rubbing elbows with […]
I have been quite happy to see the recent trend in Hatchet articles that have explored the electronic music subculture. However, this most recent article (“Driving a subculture,” Jan. 16, p. 10) strikes me as rather outdated. First of all, it was almost ten years ago when acid house, Chicago house and techno were the […]
Monday – no games scheduled Tuesday – Men’s basketball at Duquesne 9:30 p.m. (ESPN2) Wednesday – Women’s basketball vs. Duquesne 7:00 p.m.
I was originally excited to see the article “Driving a subculture” (p. 10) in the Jan. 16 issue of The Hatchet. I was expecting a student newspaper to do a superior job in describing the rave culture compared to what the national media has been able to do up to this point. Yet I was […]
It’s either the Baltimore Ravens or the New York Giants. So does that mean that either Trent Dilfer or Kerry Collins will be leading their team to Disney World as Super Bowl champions? Well, not necessarily. In this game all coaches are probably asking of their QBs to make fewer mistakes than their opponent. The […]
Nevada is universally recognized as the gambling capital of the world, a desert oasis where nearly anything goes. Not too far outside Las Vegas, which boasts more than half the world’s largest hotels each replete with casinos that do billions of dollars in business each year, even prostitution is legal. Another nearly universally recognized taboo […]