A fundamental responsibility of government – and of the University – is to protect the lives of those in its care. Creating or perpetuating dangerous conditions runs counter to that goal. Construction on and around GW’s campus has created hazards to the University community and local residents. Other pre-existing conditions along the streets of Foggy […]
September 4, 2001
Volume 98, Issue 8
Stories from the September 4, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Lines at the GW Bookstore are nothing new. And they probably will not disappear in the future. But what has improved over recent years are the strategies the bookstore employs to deal with the crush of students. These new policies have eased congestion and helped students cope with what can be a stressful experience. As […]
After reading Russ Rizzo’s column about how The GW Hatchet strove to portray the brutal murder of student Jonathan Rizzo sensitively (“Covering a GW tragedy responsibly,” Aug. 27, p. 4), I had to scrape my jaw up from the floor. Who is he kidding? While the article that paid tribute to who Jonathan was did […]
GW’s campus is going through a renewal of sorts this year. New residence halls, new fields, new eating options, new 8 a.m. classes for freshmen. To keep up with the pace, we here at The Hatchet are rolling out some changes of our own. And we hope you notice. First off, you will see my […]
Ten years ago, the sight of someone talking on a cell phone would prompt curiosity and awe. Prominent businessmen and doctors seemed to be the only ones with the financial means and use for them. But in 2001, cell phones are becoming ubiquitous. Although these miraculous gadgets evoke scorn when they disrupt a class, a […]