April 30, 2001

Volume 97, Issue 63

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

Staff Editorial: Sex, sports and bias

Former head athletic trainer Jacquelyn Jenkins filed suit against GW and Athletic Director Jack Kvancz last May for sexual discrimination. According to court documents obtained by The Hatchet, Jenkins alleges Kvancz specifically prohibited her from working with the men’s basketball team solely because she is a woman. If the allegations are true, GW and Kvancz […]

Political leaders pass the torch

As the heads of GW’s two most prominent political student groups on campus prepare to move on, GW College Democrats President Anjan Choudhury and GW College Republicans Chairman Bill Eldridge say they have nothing but respect for each other after a healthy rivalry. In his second year as CD president, Choudhury said student involvement has […]

Letter to the Editor: Wright choice

Integrity, sportsmanship and respect – one must have respect for self in order to obtain the respect of others. There was a lack of respect by the players of former men’s basketball head coach Tom Penders that led to his demise with the GW program. Without respect, there was no motivation for the team to […]

Wouk will give Commencement keynote address

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Herman Wouk accepted an invitation to serve as keynote speaker for GW’s Commencement on the Ellipse May 20. Six other honorary degree recipients, including singer Tony Bennett, will address the class of 2001 at graduation. “We were very excited when he accepted,” said Bob Ludwig, assistant director of Media Relations. “We think […]

Letter to the Editor: MC changes

In response to David Fabian’s suggestions in the April 16 edition of The Hatchet (“Marvin makeover”), our staff has sought to update the community on the impact of the final phase of Marvin Center construction. The Marvin Center staff works closely with the campus community, particularly the Marvin Center Governing Board, to ensure that the […]

News Brief: Panhellenic Council chooses new sorority

The Panhellenic Council chose the Alpha Phi sorority Friday to begin colonization on campus this fall, pending University approval of the chapter this week, said Alice Lingo, recruitment chair for the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Panhellenic Council President Nini Khozeimeh said she will give her recommendation to the University Monday morning, and GW will most […]

Column: Bar will raise spirits in Kogan Plaza

In order to spice up GW’s campus for next fall, I have a few recommendations to include in the campus plan. Perhaps with these changes, the plan will be acceptable to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment. First, I want to do something constructive with the patio space next to the dome thing in Kogan […]

WEB COLUMN: Common ironies

Terrible service at restaurants is a pet peeve of mine. I was once a waitress and I know what it is like on the other side of the apron. Sure the kitchen can be slow. Sure the waiter/waitress could have a large area to serve, but there is no reason it should take 25 minutes […]

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. […]