March 5, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 49

Stories from the March 5, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Passing the time

Stamp and penny collecting, woodworking and scrapbook making usually come to mind when people think about hobbies. More unique hobbies can get lost in the clutter of coins, paste and pictures – but they do exist. Some GW students dare to diverge from the norm to pursue their interests on the side. Many people are […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Students dance with Rockettes

GW students were treated to a taste of a dancer’s life as the world-famous Rockettes precision dance troupe held a master class and audition at the “Rockette Experience” sponsored by the Program Board Saturday in the Dorothy Marvin Betts Theatre. About 15 female students attended the master class taught by Rockettes Kerri Quinn and Kristin […]

Water polo wins three matches in league play

The GW water polo team won three of its four matches in league play last weekend in Salem, W.Va., defeating host Salem International, Bucknell and Villanova universities. The Colonials fell 12-5 to Princeton University, the No. 1-ranked team in the Eastern League. GW’s Mia Fabian was the highlight of the weekend for the Colonials as […]

Mount Vernon Map

1. SOMERS complete Spring 2002 co-ed rising sophomores, juniors, seniors singles ($6,334), doubles ($5751) ethernet, one phone line per room, cable TV community kitchens 2. HENSLEY females only rising sophomores, juniors and seniors Doubles ($5,751) ethernet, one phone line per room, no cable TV community kitchens 3. CLARK females only rising sophomores, juniors and seniors […]

Students bid for top pick

Freshman Melanie Bernstein thought her housing selection number guaranteed her the worst housing on campus. That is why she and three friends entered the 35th Annual Martha’s Marathon auction in J Street Saturday. “Our housing numbers won’t allow us to live together so our only option is the auction,” Bernstein said. The four women bought […]

CLLC gives sophomores priority in housing choice

Several changes were implemented for this year’s housing selection in response to differing needs of students due to class standing and GW’s goals to house all sophomores on campus by 2003 and 70 percent of all students on campus by 2005, housing services officials said. Rising sophomores will choose residence hall rooms March 11. Rising […]

Owls escape GW’s grasp in overtime

Lynn Greer scored 10 of his game-high 29 points in overtime as the Temple Owls survived GW’s upset bid Saturday afternoon, escaping the Smith Center with a 92-88 victory over the Colonials on Senior Day. It was by the slimmest of margins that Temple held on to the game and its chances at a NCAA […]

O’Neil, Gless win PB executive spots

Sophomore Bryan Gless will help incoming Program Board Executive Chair Alicia O’Neil encourage more participation in the PB and fund more student group activities in his new role as executive vice president. Gless defeated sophomore Bernard Pollack by 156 votes. Gles said he wants to create a specific fund for PB to co-sponsor events with […]

CONCERT REVIEW: Weezer tour electrifies D.C. music scene

By Jane Smith U-WIRE Washington Bureau March 5, 2001 At five minutes to seven, a snaking line of multi-colored, ’70s retro T-shirts anxiously inched its way closer to the doors of Bender Arena. After a several hour wait, Weezer fans shuffled their way through security checks and rushed for the best spots to witness the […]

It’s bye-bye birdies for three GW golfers

Citing team differences and time commitment issues, junior Bobby Barnett and senior Mike Goldman quit the golf team before spring play. The team has also lost J.B. McCuskey, a fall walk-on who decided to pursue an internship. Goldman, a senior from Philadelphia, played on the team for three years before deciding to pack up his […]