October 8, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 18

Stories from the October 8, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Classic ‘Beauty’ changes face

The image of the female has permeated visual media since humans etched their first mark on a cave wall. The National Gallery of Art’s “Virtue and Beauty” is a collection of mostly female portraits created in Florence between 1440 and 1540 during the Renaissance. The show seeks to express the Renaissance interpretation of the image […]

Errors plague Volleyball

The GW volleyball team dropped its second and third consecutive conference matches this weekend with road loses at Massachusetts and Rhode Island. With these loses the Colonials (4-9, 3-3) evened their previous first-place conference record to 3-3. The Colonials fell behind early to a powerful Minutewomen squad Saturday in their sixth-straight road match, before losing […]

Audiences taste old and new

Tori Amos D.A.R. Constitution Hall Constitution Hall maintains a level of dignity when it hosts concerts: smoking is not allowed, food is not allowed and – an unspoken rule – talking is not allowed. Throughout Tori Amos’ superlative set, the audience sat in what could be called a respectful hush. The first strains of each […]

Women remain winless in conference

The GW women’s soccer team lost both of its home games over the weekend and remains winless in the Atlantic 10 Conference. In a tough game against Xavier Friday, the Colonials lost 4-3 in sudden-death overtime. On Sunday, GW was shut out by Dayton, losing again 3-0. A late first-half surge gave Dayton some insurance […]

Staff Editorial: Hotel GW

Sixteen students and a Community Facilitator who were supposed to move in to the former Sigma Nu house on G Street this fall are still being housed in the GW Inn. The Community Living and Learning Center says the house is awaiting final permit approvals before the students can move in. But now that Family […]

Amiryar calls for democracy in Afghanistan

GW professor Quadir Amiryar said diplomatic, economic and legal actions should remain the United States’ priority in leading the international coalition against al Qaeda, the global terror network allegedly run by suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden. The group is widely believed to be responsible for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. “Without even using a single […]

Letter: Terror not product of Israeli policy

Placing blame on the relationship between Israel and the United States for last month’s terror attacks on New York and Washington in “Shift Policy?” (Oct. 4, p. 4) is irresponsible, lacks historical backing and clouds the realities of the current global environment. GW deserves better. Let us say hypothetically the United States were to declare […]

Cross country places second at Invite

Both GW men’s and women’s cross country teams placed second behind East Carolina University in Saturday’s Overton-Pirate Invitational meet in Greenville, N.C. Junior David Talbird led the men’s race finishing fifth out of 39 runners. Freshman Mary Beth McCullough placed sixth out of 29 runners to lead the women’s team. Talbird ran a 26:13, 23 […]

Spotlight: Winging it

An empty stage, a spotlight, hundreds of scrutinizing eyes on the faces of rowdy college students and no script. While such a scenario may strike fear in the hearts of most GW students, to the members of GW’s only improv/sketch comedy group, Recess, it is all in a day’s work. “When you get on stage […]

Return to Center: GHB contributes to deaths

Alexander Klochkoff, a sophomore at the University of Maryland College Park, was found outside his Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house facedown with no pulse in a beanbag chair Sept. 5. Police immediately ruled out foul pay and alcohol poisoning in the 20-year-old’s death, but toxicology tests now show that Klochkoff’s death may have been caused […]