October 4, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 17

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

CD reviews dissapoint

Abandoned Pools Humanistic In stores now 1 Hatchet Solo artists run certain risks. The most secret of these risks is that artists composing and performing entirely by themselves just are not inventive enough to come up with 12 songs that actually sound different from each other. For Tommy Walter, sole member of Abandoned Pools, this […]

brief: Golf Tourney to raise money for GW

The GW Athletic Department will sponsor the third-annual Coca-Cola Colonials Athletic Club Golf Tournament to benefit GW athletics Thursday. at Virginia Oaks Golf Club in Gainesville, Va. The entry fee is $150 a person, and individual sponsorship is $500 a hole. For more info, contact Dom Perno at 994-9005, or by e-mail at dperno@gwu.edu. -Lauren […]

Owls stretch reign over volleyball

The GW volleyball team committed 29 attack errors for a .000 attack percentage, yielding a 3-0 loss to Temple Tuesday night in Philadelphia. The loss snapped GW’s four-game winning streak and dropped the Colonials from first to fourth place in Atlantic 10 standings. Both teams entered the game owning a share of first place. The […]

GW wins key game before bulk of A-10s

The GW women’s soccer team defeated Virginia Commonwealth University in its final game before the bulk of the Atlantic 10 schedule bears down on the team. Senior Angelica Caramanica broke a 1-1 tie with her first goal of the season in the 2-1 win in Richmond, Va. The win ended a three-game losing streak that […]

Opinions, Staff Editorial: Fix J Street

Employees who staff GW dining facilities have filed another round of grievances against their employer, food service contractor Aramark. The last such grievances came in December 1999 and concerned many of the same issues as the current controversy, namely problems in the pay system and complaints concerning managers treating employees unfairly. The mere presence of […]

Staff Editorial: Opening National

President George W. Bush announced Monday that flights will resume from Ronald Reagan National Airport Thursday. This news comes as a relief to thousands of misplaced airport and airline workers and area businesses deeply wounded by the three-week shutdown of the District’s closest airport. Travelers, too, are elated that flights will resume, even if only […]

Letter: Shift Policy?

I mourn with my countrymen at the most devastating tragedy to hit our country. However, I do not and will not let myself be blinded by the gross misjudgment that our people seem to make. America is not invincible and will never be so while we meddle in the affairs of the Middle East, where […]

Letter: Thank you, GW

On behalf of the American Red Cross family, I would like to extend my thanks to the staff, students and faculty of GW for answering the call to give blood following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on our country. The response you gave our Red Cross Headquarters blood drive was overwhelming. Through the unselfish acts […]

Features: A relaxing cup of joe

It’s Friday night and a long week of classes just ended. A stressful week, hundreds of pages need to be read and a professor just announced that a paper is due. Friends are rushing to go clubbing, but the only thing that sounds nice is a relaxing night. Students can listen to live music, drink […]

U-WIRE: One nation, with or without God

(U-WIRE) CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – In God most of us trust. It is said that 94 percent to 96 percent of Americans believe in a god. In such times as the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, that means as much as 96 percent of our nation likely will turn to religion seeking answers. There is no reason […]