The Student Court ruled correctly early Friday morning in tossing out several frivolous violations charged against Student Association presidential candidate Roger Kapoor despite a process that was overflowing with unnecessary melodrama. After the court’s ruling, the Joint Elections Committee attempted to reverse its pattern of poor judgment Friday when it also wisely dismissed a multitude […]
March 5, 2001
Volume 97, Issue 49
Stories from the March 5, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.
By Zeb Eckert U-WIRE Washington Bureau March 5, 2001 Vice President Richard Cheney voluntarily checked into George Washington University hospital Monday for his second heart procedure in five months, the White House said Monday afternoon. Hours after reportedly talking with President George Bush about his heart condition, Cheney, 60, went to the downtown Washington hospital […]
I was shocked to read the “Bar Belle’s” review of The Dubliner (March 1, p. 10). She incorrectly evaluated the quality of this establishment. My friends and I spent a night at The Dubliner recently. Both the bar and eating area were crammed with people. The atmosphere was homey and pleasant. Most importantly, the beer […]
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. […]
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 […]
I was delighted that the Forum section was devoted to the proposed sexual harassment code on March 1 because it is such an important issue. But it was misleading for The Hatchet to fail to include with my article the specific examples of lack of due process and fundamental fairness in the proposed code. I […]
Student Association officials cleared the way Thursday and Friday for Daniel Loren, Bob Simon and Roger Kapoor to stake their claim for the SA presidency if they win the vote, results of which will be released Wednesday morning. The SA Student Court decided Sunday to allow vote counting to begin by lifting its injunction, which […]
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In his March 1 Forum column (“Flaws could sink harassment policy,” p. 5), Professor Banzhaf states that the majority of law school faculty who considered the proposal on sexual harassment found it “deeply flawed.” In fact, a minority of Law School faculty expressed opposition to the policy. The member of the law faculty who actually […]
GW’s School of Media and Public Affairs will host the grand opening of its new building Wednesday and Thursday. The event will feature panel discussions with SMPA faculty and nationally renowned speakers, including CNN correspondent Wolf Blitzer and Bob Scheiffer, chief Washington correspondent for CBS. “I truly believe this will be the biggest and brightest […]