March 1, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 48

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

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Letter to the Editor: Tackling tough tasks

When I applied to become a Community Facilitator, I made sure I understood my responsibilities. Every CF, every Community Living and Learning Center staff member I approached told me, “It’s a tough job.” I accepted the position knowing that, and so should have everyone else. The job is hard. At times, the responsibilities are overwhelming. […]

Women’s A-10 Tournament starts this weekend

The Atlantic 10 Women’s Tournament begins Friday with first-round games at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia. All top-five seeds received a first-round bye. The GW women’s basketball team is the No. 2 seed and will play its first game Saturday in the quarterfinal round. The Colonials will play the winner of the Friday game between […]

Lines delay voting

Less students voted this year than in past elections. About 2,300 students voted Tuesday and Wednesday, compared to the 2,591 voters last year’s election drew, Joint Elections Committee Chairman Josh Hiscock said. Hiscock said polls were very busy at times. “From what we’ve seen students are very interested in student elections and look forward to […]

Women want revenge

Xavier stole one earlier this month and the Colonials want it back this weekend. If the two teams meet in the championship game of the Atlantic 10 Tournament at the Liacorous Center in Philadelphia, the GW women will be able to draw from a resource that they did not have last time the two teams […]

JEC rethinks party charges

Joint Elections Committee officials said they abandoned their initial decision that a party held at Bob Simon’s fraternity house cleared campaign rules after speaking to GW officials Monday. After dismissing initial complaints about the Feb. 23 party at the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house, the committee will decide Friday whether the event broke campaign rules, […]

Unleashing the kid in us all

The normal restaurant routine of eating, drinking and paying the tab while sitting at a corner table drumming up conversation with a first date can get old. But have no fear, computer-aged generation, dining is beginning to take on a new spin. Arcades, virtual reality and even 16-foot televisions are appearing at several interactive restaurants […]

Ugo Oha takes center stage

Everything is big in Texas – big state, big hats, big basketball fans. With her 6-4 frame, big smile and big-time skills, freshman Ugo Oha is the next big thing in women’s college basketball, especially for the GW basketball team. Oha will look to dominate the paint this weekend at the Liacouras Center and lead […]

WEB UPDATE: Student Court overturns four Kapoor violations, upholds three

The Student Court reversed four violations previously imposed upon Roger Kapoor by the Joint Elections Committee allowing him to remain eligible to win the Student Association presidency. The hearing began Thursday evening and lasted into the early hours of Friday morning. The ruling does not allow votes to be counted until the JEC decides on […]

Fraser battles randy primate in Monkeybone

The character Monkeybone, the central figure in the new feature by the same title, was born of a small boy’s first public arousal. That alone should be enough to send audiences flocking to the theaters. In director Henry Selick’s new film Monkeybone (Twentieth Century Fox), the reluctant hero Stu Miley (Brendan Fraser) thinks his life […]