March 5, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 49

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

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 […]

Sororities show off fashions for charity

Sorority and fraternity members filled the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre to standing room only for Friday night’s Seventh Annual Panhellenic Fashion Show to benefit the Y-Me national breast cancer organization. Students raised $3,500 for the organization by showing off the latest fashions in workout, club, business and dress wear. The show began with an athletic […]

Baseball weekend cancelled

Last weekend’s Capital Classic in Greensboro, N.C., was cancelled because of inclement weather. The Colonials (1-5) were scheduled to play Georgetown Saturday and George Mason and the United States Naval Academy Sunday. The tournament will not be re-scheduled. Four straight GW games have been cancelled since Sunday’s series finale with the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. […]

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 […]