September 27, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 15

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

Students approve of Bush

Ten months after the closest and most scrutinized presidential election in history, GW students and the American public say they are pleased with President George W. Bush’s handling of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Bush’s job approval rating jumped from 50 percent in August to 90 percent last week, according to a Gallup poll. This […]

Features: Planes, trains and automobiles

It was always easy getting to an airport, only seven Metro stops away from campus on the Blue line. Pack the bags, grab the trusty Metro card and walk to the Foggy Bottom station to catch a train to Reagan National Airport. But now that the airport is closed for an indefinite amount of time, […]

A-10 Preview: Volleyball’s unlimited potential threat to A-10

The volleyball field in the Atlantic 10 Conference is tougher this season than last, according to head coach Jojit Coronel. Nonetheless, the Colonials goal remains the same. They want to win the A-10. While the goal is the same, the method is different. This season, instead of relying on age and experience, Coronel said the […]

World Back/IMF postpone meetings, look ahead to 2002

By Mira Katz U-WIRE Washington Bureau Posted 4:15 p.m. Sept. 28 The World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund (IMF) will not hold their annual meetings this weekend in Washington, a move that could cut in half the number of demonstrators expected to attend. Police officials now estimate up to 10,000 demonstrators could visit the […]

A-10 Preview: Soccer shoots to top conference

With Atlantic 10 conference play underway, both the men’s and women’s soccer teams have their sights set high. But this means something different for each team. The men’s team wants to win the Atlantic 10 Championship, which has room for only the top four conference teams. GW qualified for the tournament last year, but this […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Peace protesters march in festival fashion

Posted 11 p.m. Sept. 30 A fleet of police cruisers led waves of protesters through Adams Morgan Sunday on the second day of the weekend’s demonstrations against U.S. military retaliation for Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Metropolitan Police Chief Charles Ramsey led the procession of hundreds of protesters mixed with D.C. residents and visitors. The march […]

Richmond defeats women’s soccer in double-overtime

The GW women’s soccer team dropped its first Atlantic 10 Conference game in grueling fashion as Richmond midfielder Meredith Johnson scored the game-winner at the 1:06.37 to give Richmond a 3-2 win. GW freshman Meghan Cracker scored her first collegiate goal at the 11:02 mark of the first half. Jessica Sultzer gave GW (2-4, 0-1 […]

News brief: GWAC participates in Sunday anti-war protests

Several GW Action Coalition members marched through D.C. streets this weekend, joining thousands of other activists from all over the country who protested U.S. military action in response to Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. “We are calling for peace and the end of racism,” GWAC member Eleiza Braun, a junior, said. Braun said many D.C. universities […]

Crime Log

Harassment 9/13 – City Hall On Sept. 22 two female residents reported that someone had left a picture of a dead deer on their door about a week earlier. The women said they previously opened their front door to find trash in the hallway. Open 9/19 – 2100 Pennsylvania Ave. A local man who applied […]