January 29, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 39

Stories from the January 29, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Spring Break Guide: GW prepares for break

Despite recent below-freezing temperatures, beaches still dominate coverage on MTV’s Spring Break party segments. And while signs of snow linger and midterms loom ahead, minds drift to the MTV-popularized Spring Break destinations. In mid-March school will let out and many students will fly to their own destination paradise. Sophomores Gandhi Lindor and Donovan Vassell said […]

Winner finishes 71 wings in first GWing competition

Sophomore Guye Turner is using wings to go anywhere in the continental United States, only he’s not flying, he’s eating – chicken wings that is, and 71 of them. Turner, who called himself “Tank” for the first-ever GWing bowl, beat 19 other contestants by eating the most buffalo-style chicken wings in two five-minute rounds at […]

Column: Walking into a new millennium

It is coming to an Ellipse near you. With new corporate sponsorship, the 2001 GW Tostidos Commencement Ceremony looms just around the corner. For those who have spent the last four to seven years occupying various administration buildings, filling out blue books and butting heads with the infamous GW bureaucracy, the day promises to be […]

Sping Break Guide: Road trips cater to students

Road trips are a highly regarded tradition at universities across the country, and GW is no exception. The ageless ritual, recently popularized by the summer blockbuster movie Road Trip, is accessible to budget-minded students looking for adventure and great stories to tell friends back home. What makes the traditional road trip so popular among college […]

New Found Glory chats with Hatchet about success

In music today bands are often hit with specific classifications, labeled by their sound and lumped together with the other bands in a specific genre. While some fall in the strict musical style of rock, rap and punk, in reality many come from diverse musical backgrounds that help them to relate with other types of […]

Spotlight: Law professor serves on NCAA committee of infractions

Between his lectures on the intricacies of conflict law and civil procedure, GW law professor Jack Friedenthal finds time to impart lessons on justice throughout the world of collegiate and professional athletics. Friedenthal, who served as dean of the GW Law School for 10 years before returning to teaching in 1998, is an authority on […]

Lil’ Wayne redefines Hot Boys formula

Fast bass beats to rattle the trunk, electronic sound effects to hit the tweeters and a hook repeated over and over for consistency; songs produced by the members of Hot Boys crew are easy to spot, and to anyone unfamiliar with this unique rapping style, they all sound the same. While Lil’ Wayne’s voice is […]