February 1, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 40

Stories from the February 1, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Burying The Hatchet

I fell hard for this girl I work with. We work in a pretty intense setting, long hours and a lot of time together, but we became good friends outside of work, too. We both enjoy a lot of the same things, although we don’t necessarily hang out with the same kinds of people. Ever […]

Brief: Student robbed in Corcoran Hall

Metropolitan Police and University Police are searching for a man who robbed a female student in Corcoran Hall Jan. 24, UPD Director Dolores Stafford said. The student was in a hallway in Corcoran Hall at 2:45 p.m. when a man approached her, grabbed her bag and stole $200 before fleeing the scene, Stafford said. “There […]

Oha, Colonials breeze past

The La Salle Explorers could not find their way around GW’s freshman center, Ugo Oha in the Colonials 70-55 victory Tuesday night at the Smith Center. The 6-4 Oha was more than just a presence, as Coach Joe McKeown described her after the game. She was a giant oak tree the Explorers couldn’t shoot over. […]

Staff Editorial: GW plaza

Last February GW acquired about 29 percent of Columbia Plaza with no “plans to turn the apartments into a part of the residence-hall system,” according to a Feb. 10 issue of The Hatchet. Now GW has placed Columbia Plaza in the housing lottery. While University officials say they do not consider the housing lottery part […]

Building delays occur around D.C.

D.C. construction contractors say they are running into many of the same problems that have pushed several GW construction projects past their scheduled completion deadlines. University officials cite worker shortages and city permits as two main holdups in campus construction projects, such as the Media and Public Affairs building and an addition to Somers Hall […]

PB bites back

We at the Program Board were quite surprised to read the Jan. 29 staff editorial in The GW Hatchet that stated we have decided not to produce “big” concerts anymore (“The day music died”). We are baffled as to how The GW Hatchet reached this conclusion. Here are the facts: PB will produce a major […]

GW adds Columbia Plaza option

GW upperclassmen will choose from rooms in Columbia Plaza in GW’s March housing lottery, the first time the building has been available to on-campus residents. When GW acquired a 28.55 percent share of Columbia Plaza in February last year, the University provided students with first pick of any rooms that open and extended the Student […]

GW suspends Alpha Kappa Alpha for hazing

GW imposed a three-year suspension on the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority last semester for hazing, said Tracie Anzaldi, director of Greek Affairs. Anzaldi declined to comment on the nature of the infractions of which the sorority was found in violation. Leaders of the Mu Delta chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha said the University’s decision was […]

University buys local hotel

GW bought One Washington Circle Hotel from Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide as an investment property last week. The 151-unit hotel is located outside campus boundaries on Washington Circle at 23rd Street and Pennsylvania Avenue across from the sight of the new GW Hospital. “The hotel will allow us to generate new revenue and help […]

SA approves finance reform

The Student Association voted for financial independence from GW and less election spending while rejecting a ban on palmcarding and limit to campaign mail in a four-and-a-half hour meeting Tuesday. Senators approved a resolution for a new SA fee that will directly fund the student organization, giving the SA financial freedom from the University. Students […]