GW Hillel could offer a kosher dining plan that would provide Jewish students with more on-campus kosher food options by next fall, Hillel officials said. Hillel will submit a proposal in two weeks that would allow students to purchase a meal plan from Hillel similar to the one GW offers, Hillel Executive Director Simon Amiel […]
March 15, 2001
Volume 97, Issue 53
Stories from the March 15, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Junior Russ Rizzo was elected editor in chief of The GW Hatchet for the 2001-02 academic year by the newspaper’s editorial board March 10. He plans to change the perception of The Hatchet on campus, reach out to readers and gain more trust and respect from students. Rizzo, a journalism major from Atlanta, started writing […]
What a difference an administration makes. President George W. Bush made good on his campaign promises by offering broad-based tax relief. The Bush plan will straighten out inequalities in the current system while boosting a slowing economy. For students with a part time job or entering the workforce, this policy will make a difference in […]
Welcome to the Bush recession. By resurrecting plans used by former President Ronald Reagan, President George W. Bush proposes a huge tax cut – understated at around $1.6 trillion – targeted at the wealthiest Americans. The proposed cut will cost more than $2 trillion while using up almost the entire budget surplus. Because of this, […]
Foggy Bottom residents are angry that the University removed a 100-year-old call box when they installed a new blue-light phone at the corner of H Street and New Hampshire Avenue last weekend. While GW seemed to resolve the issue by putting the box back after residents complained, the issue exposes just what is missing from […]
By Alex Kingsbury U-WIRE Washington Bureau March 19, 2001 The campus of the University of California at Berkeley, once the epicenter of protest movements and civil unrest in the 1960s, has again become a hotspot for debate over columnist and UC Berkley alumn David Horowitz’s “10 Reasons Why Reparations For Slavery Is A Bad Idea […]
The Office of Admissions is following the directives of the board of trustees in the number of students admitted to the class of 2005. The trustees order exceeds by more than 400 students the cap imposed by the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment in its approval of the campus plan and will again result in […]
We have all walked past the signs in bright blue or red letters declaring a high school a “Gun-free School Zone.” This has always seemed a bit ridiculous to me, like a bank having a “We Have No Security Cameras” sign in the window. After the Santana High School shooting, everyone has been looking at […]
Do you remember the band Soundgarden? The alternative band had a few hits in the middle to late ’90s. No? Well, do you remember mid-’90s alternative radio at all? The Boston-based rock band American Hi-Fi surely remembers it, and anyone looking to delve into a little painful music nostalgia need look no further than the […]
In a photo caption on page 10 of the Monday, March 12 edition, board of trustees Chairman Sheldon Cohen and D.C. City Council member Jack Evans were misidentified. In the photo Evans is on the far left and Cohen is third from left.