February 20, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 45

Stories from the February 20, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Show gives step a modern beat

The members of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. sorority stepped their way into their Fourth Annual Charity Step Show overall championship Saturday night in Lisner Auditorium. The show raised $2,000 for The March of Dimes. Historically black fraternities and sororities from D.C. and Maryland competed to show off new twists of traditional step moves for the […]

Tennis sweeps, 7-0

It was a game, set, match for the GW men’s tennis team, which defeated host West Virginia University 5-2 Saturday, one day after acing George Mason, 7-0. Freshman No. 1 singles player Matt Hane led the way for the Colonials posting a 6-4, 6-4 win against the Mountaineers and a 6-2, 6-1 victory over the […]

CRs attend annual conservative event

GW College Republicans joined hundreds of students from across the country to endorse President George W. Bush’s conservative agenda and meet influential Republicans at the Conservative Political Action Conference last weekend in Arlington, Va. Speakers included Vice President Dick Cheney, National Rifle Association President Charlton Heston and foreign dignitaries including former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin […]

V-Day play explores women’s issues

GW students performed the play “The Vagina Monologues,” as one of many universities participating in the worldwide V-Day College Initiative to end sexual violence against women. Audience members packed into Western Presbyterian Church to see the play on Thursday, Friday and Saturday in conjunction with Valentine’s Day. Admission was free, with a voluntary contribution to […]

Men’s Atlantic 10 Standings

With the A-10 Tournament almost two weeks away and an automatic berth to the NCAA Tourney at stake, the Colonials stand two games behind Dayton for fifth place. The top five seeds earn a first-round bye. St. Joseph’s (11-1, 21-4) Xavier (10-3, 19-5) Massachusetts (9-3, 11-12) Temple (9-4, 15-12) Dayton (7-5, 16-9) St. Bonaventure (6-6, […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: College recruiting Web site makes its debut

A new Web site aims to connect students with relevant undergraduate and graduate programs they are likely candidates for. Get-recruited.com offers students admissions and general information about college, matching them with their academic background, achievements, proposed fields of study and preferences. Students fill out a questionnaire, which takes about five minutes, that is forwarded to […]

Women’s Atlantic 10 Standings

GW trails Xavier by just half a game for the A-10 regular season title and a No. 1 seed in the A-10 Tournament held in Philadelphia. The Colonials are closing in on their ninth NCAA bid in the past 11 seasons. Last year GW earned an at-large bid after losing to Xavier in the A-10 […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Major Fair offers options to undecided students

The Columbian School of Arts and Sciences hosted its first Major Exploration Fair Thursday in the Marvin Center to provide undecided students a full scope of the majors GW offers. Students who have chosen majors used their experience to advise undecided individuals at the fair. Senior Jami Cole, who is a journalism major, answered questions […]

Upcoming Games

Tuesday – Baseball at James Madison 2:30 p.m. Wednesday – Men’s basketball vs. Fordham 7:30 p.m. Women’s tennis at Maryland 2 p.m. Thursday – Women’s basketball vs. St. Bonaventure 7 p.m.

Letter to the editor: Positive program

Your story on the GW World Community study abroad program (“Program lacks applicants,” Feb. 15, p. 1) attributed to me statements I did not make and opinions I do not hold. I am proud of the GW World Community program and the professionalism of those who helped put it together. I am also a long-time […]