April 16, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 59

Stories from the April 16, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Colonials baseball takes two from flyers

The GW baseball team won Sunday’s rubber match as the Colonials took two of three games from third-place Dayton last weekend. GW (22-14, 8-4 Atlantic 10) improved its home-conference record to 5-1 as the team heads to next Friday’s huge doubleheader at Temple. The first-place Owls hold an 8-1 conference mark. “(The wins) put us […]

Men’s tennis finishes fourth

The GW men’s tennis team ended its season with a fourth-place finish at the Atlantic 10 Championships Saturday in Pittsburgh after losing a match for third place 4-3 to Xavier. In eerily similar fashion, the team lost 4-3 to Xavier March 31 in a match held at Duquesne, the site of the A-10 Championships. St. […]

Water Polo faces Hartwick in Eastern Championships

The GW women’s water polo team (14-10, 6-2) will compete against No. 17 Hartwick College in the Eastern Championships Saturday at noon in Providence, R.I. Top teams will compete in the Eastern Championships, including No. 14 Princeton University, No. 15 University of Michigan, No. 17 Hartwick, No. 18 Indiana University and No. 20 Brown University. […]

Staff Editorial: Party pardon

Recent charges levied against the Delta Tau Delta fraternity for breaking alcohol policies at a February party demonstrate serious failures of fraternity self-governance and overly lenient University enforcement in handling groups that break the law. Delta Tau Delta mismanaged a party for its president, Bob Simon, during his Student Association presidential campaign – a party […]

Upcoming Games

Monday – Golf at Cleveland State Invitational All Day Tuesday – Baseball vs. Navy 3 p.m. WTennis at American University 3 p.m. Wednesday – Baseball at Towson 3 p.m.

Letter to the Editor: Auto etiquette

Is Alyssa Haynes joking in “GW’s traffic woes” (April 9, p. 4)? Does she actually think the city of Washington, D.C., is going to close H Street between 23rd and 21st Streets for GW students? The streets of D.C. were here long before the University set up shop. The streets are for the cars, not […]

Column: Spring fever claims new victim

Pardon me while I wallow in my own emotional and motivational filth. I am really not that mature. You would want to think that over the last three years of college I would have matured into this presentable young man that parents would want their daughters to bring home. But no, the difference I notice […]

Letter to the Editor: Columbian calamity

I saw The Hatchet’s story in Thursday’s issue based in part on two telephone interviews with a reporter (“Internet confuses GW applicant process,” April 12, p. 1). While I cannot quibble with the overall message – that we have not done as well as we should – a couple of things got lost in the […]

Staff Editorial: Cosby back in court

“Accusations of awful things,” as Atilla Cosby wrote in an August 31 Hatchet op-ed characterizing an alleged sexual assault incident in May, have resurfaced in connection with the GW basketball player. In January the U.S. Attorney’s Office filed new charges stemming from the incident, going for misdemeanor charges rather than a felony. Athletic department and […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: New institute will study spirituality and health

GW will study how spirituality and religion affect health with the George Washington Institute on Spirituality and Health, planned to open in June. The institute will sponsor conferences, retreats, awards and continuing education programs, GWISH Program Manager Renee Bergen said. The John Templeton Foundation, a group that invests money in groups that conduct research on […]