With the loud crack of a bowling ball hitting pins, a GW student lets out a shout of delight or dismay – depending on the outcome – in the Hippodrome bowling alley. Usually, the player looks down the alley to count the number of pins remaining and calculates the total on a scoring sheet. But […]
January 29, 2001
Volume 97, Issue 39
Stories from the January 29, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Monday – no games scheduled Tuesday – Women’s basketball vs. La Salle 7 p.m. Wednesday – Women’s swimming and diving vs. Richmond 5 p.m.
When I graduated from GW in 1997, I felt confident I had received a quality education. Almost four years later, however, I maintain that my undergraduate education pales when contrasted with the lessons I learned teaching high school english in the Mississippi Delta. In April, 1998 I applied for and was granted acceptance into Teach […]
The Interfraternity Council laid out plans to expand GW’s fraternity system and maintain self-governance despite past failures at its first meeting of the semester Jan. 22. GW granted the IFC partial self-governance in September, allowing fraternities to oversee cases that involve minor infractions. The University has also accepted the application of one of two fraternities […]
The Colonial women won Sunday’s game against Temple with 52 second-half points in a 78-67 win. Forward Elena Vishniakova scored a career-high 25 points and guard Kristeena Alexander dogged Temple’s quick guard Stacey Smalls for all 40 minutes of the game, forcing Temple’s leading scorer to give up the ball at critical times late in […]
In the editorial “Disunion of faith” in your Monday paper (Jan. 21), it is suggested that the Christian slant of Bush’s inauguration has turned the event into “a forum for a vocal and irksome minority bent on pushing their faith on others.” I am amazed that you found calling Christianity “irksome” appropriate. Try doing that […]
GW honored three students whose service to their communities has exemplified the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Thursday night. More than 125 students, faculty and members of the GW community mingled and dined at the ceremony at the Arts Club of Washington. The Multicultural Student Services Center presented Erika Emeruwa, Jeff Marootian and […]
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For those looking to avoid sunburn, crowded beaches and the dreaded Spring Break at home or school this March, a little trip to a cold, snowy paradise for skiing, snowboarding or other winter sports of choice may be just the ticket (or lift ticket) to a great week away. This March 19-23, pack some warm […]
Entering Saturday’s game against St. Bonaventure, GW ranked fourth in the Atlantic 10 in free-throw percentage. But in their past seven contests, the Colonials had been outscored by their opponents from the line. The team went 2-5 in that stretch. GW broke that streak in its 76-68 win over the Bonnies Saturday, outscoring St. Bonaventure […]