In the past several weeks I have observed employees at the Chick-Fil-A in J Street preparing food with their bare hands. On one occasion the person was stuffing the fries in the box with his bare hands, and I also saw someone preparing chicken without wearing any gloves. I am outraged that food service employees […]
February 26, 2001
Volume 97, Issue 47
Stories from the February 26, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.
February 22, 2001 65 K Street N.E. 10:45 a.m. I seem to accumulate tickets quicker than the cockroaches reproduce in my friends’ Schenley residence hall room. Parking, speeding or having no registration – you name it, I’ve gotten a ticket for it. When I’m at fault, I usually pay the tickets and get on with […]
Foggy Bottom Guide – 2000 Penn shops serve up mix of food and fun Foggy Bottom Guide – Townhouses offer unique environment Foggy Bottom Guide – Brews embody taste of Foggy Bottom Foggy Bottom Guide – GW students hail D.C. cab system Foggy Bottom Guide – Local groups encourage students to get active Foggy Bottom […]
The Student Association will announce the winners of last week’s elections Wednesday morning after a weekend of indecision by SA officials on when to begin the count. The SA Student Court lifted its block on vote counting Sunday afternoon, allowing the Joint Elections Committee to tally votes. After issuing a press release at 10:23 p.m. […]
Student Association Election 2000 – President-Elect David Burt by Grant Wernick Student Association Election 2000 – Jeff Marootian by Matt Besser World Bank/International MonetaryFund Protests – April 16-17 2000 by Andrew Leonard
As the University Police Department investigates alleged phone fraud, I wonder if this is the proper course of action. According to officials, this lengthy investigation to see how deep this fraudulent behavior runs. This seems to be the wrong approach. The University pledged it will engage in a long investigation of phone records. They do […]
Sophomore Natasha Khurana began the school year as a community facilitator on the Mount Vernon Campus, an experience that she said “was the worst of (her) life.” “By the time I resigned I had bronchitis and pneumonia, I was given three days to leave the dorm and I had midterms the up-coming week,” she said […]
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Roger Kapoor has an early lead in the Student Association presidential race after a hand count of about 15 percent of the votes Tuesday night, according to Joint Elections Committee estimates. With his current total of 321 votes, Kapoor holds about 57 percent of the vote. Presidential candidates need 40 percent of the total vote […]
By Zeb Eckert U-WIRE Washington Bureau Chief February 26, 2001 SAN FRANCISCO – Tony Bennett wasn’t the only person who left his heart in San Francisco. One weekend of work and play in this lovely city and life’s cares seem, well, a little less important. Earthquakes and an outrageous housing market aside, one cannot help […]