August 27, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 6

Stories from the August 27, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Death for killer a just punishment

I am writing in response to The Hatchet’s editorial “Balancing Justice,” which argues against the death penalty in the case of Gary L. Sampson. You wrote that “State officials handing over criminals who commit state crimes to their federal counterparts are blurring an important distinction between state and federal power,” but what has occurred in […]

Quote of the Week

Sigma Alpha Epsilon President Andrew Hopkins on his chapter’s plans for its new house regarding parties with alcohol: “We’re not going to supply the campus like previous years. We plan to have smaller parties and invite mostly brothers and their friends.”

Hail to the buff

Pizza for breakfast, Burger King for lunch and a sensible J Street dinner. While this diet may shed points, it will also help you pack on those college cuisine pounds. For students who hope to slim down instead of beef up during their college career, GW offers variety of ways to stay fit through different […]

Washington Recap: Sept. 4, 2001

President Bush prepares for busy fall President George W. Bush returned to Washington Aug. 30 from almost a month at his Texas ranch, one of the longest sojourns of a sitting president. His return comes on the eve of Congress’s arrival and the beginning of what is expected to be an intense exchange over his […]

Spotlight: Graduate student works to clean D.C. streets

First-year graduate student Chasta Jones wears rubber gloves when she walks down D.C. streets. But this is not an attempt to begin a new fashion trend in town. Her gloves serve a purpose – to keep her hands clean as she picks up trash littering our capital’s streets. “I want to act rather than complain,” […]

DCD: Tea time at teaism

Originally Published 08/27/01 Teaism restaurant 800 Connecticut Ave. August 24, 2001 12:05 p.m. Hungry and thirsty on the Friday before school starts, I picked the wrong time to buy textbooks from the GW Bookstore. I knew I could not contain my hunger waiting in a line that wrapped down the stairs. I needed to go […]