September 4, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 8

Stories from the September 4, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Student alleges MPD assault

Metropolitan Police arrested a Sigma Alpha Epsilon member early Friday morning for allegedly assaulting an officer after an altercation that resulted in injuries. The student, a junior and officer in the fraternity who wished to remain anonymous, said an MPD officer assaulted him unprovoked outside the fraternity’s house. He said the officer hit him in […]

The University Club offers elegance

Jazz softly seeps into the ornate blue and gold entranceway. The tick-tock of the Georgian grandfather clock keeps time as Ella Fitzgerald muses about love. The giggles and cries of its notoriously noisy F street neighbor Thurston Hall seem unable to penetrate the wall the two buildings share. At the University Club an escape to […]

The major dilemma

Many GW students stress over obtaining a degree in the major that will help them find the perfect career. But professors said the decision should be based on what subject students find most interesting and where they excel. After spending countless hours discussing possible majors with advisers, many students often remain unsure about declaring. But, […]

A day in the win column

I shouldn’t even be telling you this because I might loose all my credibility as the new assistant sports editor. Until Tuesday, I had never been to a GW soccer game. I always wanted to go. I just never had the will to drag myself to Bargain Buggies, rent the car and drive the 25 […]