April 30, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 63

Stories from the April 30, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Late rally propels baseball over URI

With a come-from-behind victory Sunday, the GW baseball team won two of its three weekend Atlantic 10 conference games at Rhode Island. The Colonials (30-17, 12-7 A-10) received solid pitching from Jason Baker in game one and strong hitting from senior Ross Smirne in game three to pull out two wins at Bill Beck Field. […]

Calling a score for Gore

I was going to write about how the 76ers are finally going to dispose of Indiana and how Iverson is the man and how Philadelphia is going to beat up on New York next, then Milwaukee and then Los Angeles en route to the title. I was then going to mention the coincidence that the […]

GW rows second to UMass

For the sixth-straight year the GW women’s crew team placed second behind Massachusetts in the Atlantic 10 Rowing Championship Saturday on the Cooper River in Camden, N.J. The competitive Colonials won the gold in the women’s varsity eight event, and GW women’s head coach Steve Peterson was named the A-10 Coach of the Year for […]

FILM REVIEW: ‘One Night’ of laughter

By Jane Smith U-WIRE Washington Bureau April 30, 2001 Ever become so obsessed that you would give up your job, home and possibly even your life? Harold Zwart, director of the newly released “One Night at McCool’s,” notices it only takes the right smile set upon a glam body to drive some men to this […]

Staff Editorial: Fraternity fiasco

Top GW administrators appear to be forcing the Interfraternity Council to accept a member fraternity already rejected by the IFC this school year. GW makes it clear that Zeta Beta Tau will come to campus in 2002 no matter what the IFC wants. If GW officials are serious about Greek-letter groups getting more independence and […]

Upcoming Games

Monday- no games scheduled Tuesday- no games scheduled Wednesday- Baseball vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 3:00 p.m.

The voice of a World Bank protester

By Jane Smith U-WIRE Washington Bureau April 30, 2001 Meandering her way through police barricades and clusters of media cameras, Lauren Lastrapes, an activist and senior at George Washington University, arrived at Edward R. Murrow Park Sunday afternoon to join in protests against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. On her and other protesters’ […]

Water polo finishes last at Easterns

The seventh-seeded GW women’s water polo team finished in last place at this weekend’s Eastern Championships at Brown University after losing matches to Hartwick College, the University of Michigan and Harvard University. Brown defeated Princeton University 11-10 in double overtime to win the tournament, receiving an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament at Stanford University […]