March 5, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 49

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

Fans react to Colonials’ season of disappointment

The entire men’s basketball season came down to the final 2.2 seconds of Saturday’s game against Temple. With the score tied, Attila Cosby had one free throw left to win the game for GW. One chance left to take the sting out of a disappointing season, one shot to make all those missed shots, close […]

NOW president criticizes Bush’s agenda at GW

National Organization for Women President Patricia Ireland urged students to continue strengthening the women’s movement in a panel discussion about fighting President George W. Bush’s agenda Saturday in the Media and Public Affairs building auditorium. The panel discussion was the final rally of one of six Mid-Atlantic Socialist Conferences to denounce Bush’s plans. The session […]

Students face housing crunch

Students will experience a change in roles in this year’s housing lottery as GW offers rising sophomores more than enough beds to house all freshmen returning to live on campus and could leave rising juniors and seniors short as many as 150 beds, according to Community Living and Learning estimates. Upperclassmen could get more options […]

News Brief: Female reports robbery

A female reported she was robbed at the intersection of 24th and H streets early Thursday morning, according to a crime alert posted by University Police Thursday. She reported a black man threatened to strike her with a silver, metallic rod with a black knob on the handle at 2:50 a.m. if she did not […]

Gods of geekdom rule Bender Arena

Remember high school dances? Everyone came back to school at night to find the gym tragically transformed into a ballroom, with the help of tacky streamers, a geeky student band and that unavoidable disco-ball. Weezer brought this scene back Friday night at the Yahoo! Sponsored “Commercial Sell-Out Tour 2001,” set in American University’s bender Arena. […]

Students compare off-campus choices

GW students must once again make a gamble choosing to find housing in the District’s tight real estate market or the University’s limited residence hall options. “Housing is a huge issue at this school,” said Kristin McLeod, a sophomore living in The Aston. “There just isn’t enough space.” At colleges with suburban or rural settings, […]

Urban schools find housing solutions

Urban universities faced with the problems of tight real estate markets and space constrictions deal with providing on-campus housing for students in different ways. Students at New York University, which occupies part of New York City’s Greenwich Village, fill out a lottery card with the names of students they want to live with and their […]

Column: Slang ain’t square, y’all

Have you ever thought about how many ways people communicate? There are so many ways to say “hello.” You can do the hard-guy nod where you twitch your head up and under your breath give a “wassup.” Or slap hands and give a half hug. But language does more than say “hello.” Look at how […]

GW Foggy Bottom Map

1. THE ASTON rising sophomores doubles $7,820 a year cable modem, cable TV fitness room private kitchens 2. THE WEST END rising juniors and seniors doubles ($6670), super doubles ($6770), triples ($6300), quads ($6140) cable modem, one telephone jack per room, private kitchens 3. CRAWFORD 4. THE SCHENLEY rising sophomores doubles ($7,040), super doubles ($7,190), […]