February 1, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 40

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

Head Over Heels gets by on looks alone

Boy meets girl. Boy falls madly in love with girl. Following the path of its love-at-first sight predecessors, Head Over Heels (Universal Pictures) is not what one would call an original. The movie opens as Amanda Pierce (Monica Potter, Patch Adams) discovers her boyfriend sleeping with a lingerie model. Heartbroken and homeless, Amanda is wondering […]

SEAS team prepares for FutureTruck competition

A delegation of students from GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are among students from 15 schools chosen from across the United States and Canada to compete in the FutureTruck competition, sponsored by the General Motors Corporation and the Department of Energy. The sponsors chose the competitors from 99 proposals. The competition challenges teams […]

Dimock Gallery’s Goya exhibit explores Spanish past

Images of misshapen and contorted humans, along with subhuman witches, monks and nobility, play out disturbing and complicated themes in the Dimock Gallery’s latest exhibit “Goya: Los Caprichos.” The exhibit, which runs until Feb. 28, gives visitors a rare chance to view all 80 prints of Francisco Goya’s controversial “Los Caprichos,” while providing a greater […]

New film deserves to be Left Behind

Based on advertisements for the movie Left Behind (Cloud Ten), the plot promised to be an intriguing apocalyptic thriller following a journalist in search of the truth. But advertisements do not always tell the whole story, as the movie based on a New York Times Bestseller became more of a forum for religious ideology than […]