August 30, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 7

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

O revitalizes Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’

What would Shakespeare do? Would he have written about a bunch of prep school kids running around on the basketball court and then going home to plot each other’s death? Had Shakespeare known the popularity of basketball and urban dramas four centuries after his death, he just might have adapted his “Othello” into something very […]

UPD Crime Log

Crime Log 8/23-8/29/01 Disorderly Conduct 8/25/01 Marvin Center Closed Referred to SJS Liquor Law Violation`8/25/01 HOVA Closed Referred to SJS Destruction of Property`8/26/01 22nd and I St. Closed Referred to SJS Disorder Conduct 8/26/01 Marvin Center Closed No suspects Theft I 8/27/01 Marvin Center Closed No suspects or witnesses Drug Law Violation 8/27/01 Crawford Hall […]


Where: Connecticut Avenue near Dupont Circle Getting in: carded at the door Prices: moderately expensive Food: nope Dancing: a little Pluses: funky music, veranda with seating The Bar Belle would like to officially welcome herself back. The summer was long and hot but the time at home was treasured and offered much-needed relaxation of the […]

A Hatchet History of the Atilla Cosby Trial

note: the stories are in order begining with the most recent Judge jails Cosby until sentence hearing GW suspends Cosby pending hearing Cosby convicted of seven charges Judge to rule on Cosby case Tuesday Cosby testifies to owning two guns Cosby trial enters third week GW suspends Cosby from team Cosby testifies that he made […]

Staff Editorial: Talking expansion

Everyone has a price. GW discovered that some neighbors could be bought for a $500,000 donation to a local charity. Toss in concessions regarding GW’s planned use of the future Elliot School of International Affairs, and a deal was struck that will most likely allow construction on the facility to continue over the objections of […]

Staff Editorial: This new house

Cheap beer. Loud parties. No one checking IDs. According to chapter President Andrew Hopkins, these are all things of the past at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house, which reopened this fall after renovations to bring the facility into compliance with District law. Hopkins’s statements that the fraternity, which has been unrecognized by GW since 1993, […]

DCD:Moving on up

HOVA move-in Wednesday August 22, 2001 9 a.m. I heard all the horror stories. “You’ll never get an elevator.” “Pack a lunch because it’s going to be a lonnnnnnng day.” After hearing about the pleasures of move-in day, it sounded more like the most depressing day of my life rather than the most exciting. Nevertheless, […]

There’s no place like home

Gather the roommates, measure the room and board the Metro heading toward Pentagon City. It’s the time of year when Linen’s ‘n Things gets crowded with familiar GW students on a mission to change impersonal dorm rooms into distinctive dwellings. Sophomore Monica Mega said purchasing a rug is one of the most important tasks when […]

Women’s basketball dominates overseas exhibition

The GW women’s basketball team went undefeated during an 11-day basketball tour of Switzerland and Italy last week. The women trounced five teams by an average of 40 points a game. In the final game of the trip Aug. 24, GW defeated the Italian club team Alessandria 97-46. The Colonials put out a balanced attack, […]

Volleyball readies for season opener

The GW women’s volleyball team will begin its regular season this weekend with three games in the Patriot Invitational at George Mason University. Head coach Jojit Coronel said he would like to use this opening tournament to gain early momentum for the rest of the season. After winning all four games at the GW/Navy Chesapeake […]