November 8, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 28

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

Blankvoort earns Performer of the Week

Thomas Blankvoort was named Atlantic 10 Performer of the Week after his two-over-par 146 (70-76) at last weekend’s Old Dominion Seascape Collegiate. Blankvoort, who tied for 16th place at Seascape, has been GW’s low scorer in six consecutive tournaments. Blankvoort leads the Colonials with a 72.3 stroke average. He has five top 20 finishes in […]

Letter to the Editor: 4-RIDE or 4-WAIT?

I read with some interest “SA opposes fee” (Nov. 5, p. 1), in which University Police Department Director Dolores Stafford claims she received no complaints regarding 4-RIDE service this semester. Perhaps UPD does not check their e-mail, because after my experience with them roughly two weeks ago, I certainly made a complaint. On my way […]

Colonial Women earn pre-season honors

Defending champion Temple and the runner-up Colonials have been picked to win the women’s basketball Atlantic 10 East and West respectively, the conference announced Monday. The Colonials return four starters, including A-10 Rookie of the Year Ugo Oha, and will debut this season ranked 20th in the nation by the Associated Press. A-10 coaches selected […]

Fuzio makes pastas focus of fusion food experience

You’re sitting around on a Friday night with a few friends deciding what to eat for dinner. One person wants Italian food, another suggests Greek food and perhaps a third wants Thai or French. The solution to this common dilemma is Fuzio, a relative newcomer to Dupont Circle that serves up a unique brand of […]

Letter to the Editor: Support GIs abroad

Do you remember Sept. 11? Do you remember how you felt? I remember feeling a sense of frustration and vindictiveness. We are the most powerful nation in the world, the symbol of freedom and democracy, and this attack only strengthened this belief and made us realize our fight for freedom is never over. Now, almost […]

BAR BELLE: Marshall’s

Where: 2524 L St. N.W. Getting in: carded at the bar Prices: mid-range Food: yup Dancing: ummm . . . no Pluses: good drink specials A magnificent thought sprang into the Bar Belle’s brain as she walked to Georgetown with friends on a chilly night: they would go to Marshall’s. One friend, who doesn’t always […]

Correction

“In Cigar Circles” (Nov. 5, p. 8) incorrectly stated the Cigar Smokers Forum was founded this fall. The Cigar Smokers’ Forum was founded in 1995 by Matthew D. Dybwad and Santo Commarato.

Staff Editorial: Stamp out hazing

This has been a busy week for GW’s unrecognized fraternities. Zeta Beta Tau’s national organization revoked the GW chapter’s charter after parents of pledges lodged complaints of hazing. And Sigma Alpha Epsilon members kidnapped two of the fraternity’s members Tuesday outside Funger Hall. These two significant and credible reports of hazing in such a short […]

Around Campus

Religion week celebrates faiths The Program Board’s multicultural affairs committee will sponsor a week of religious events called “Festival of Faiths” starting Monday. The annual religion week will have a different focus this year. In previous years individual religions scheduled events celebrating only their own faiths, said junior Arezoo Riahi, chair of multicultural affairs. There […]

Forum: Printing fee necessary to cover costs

“How else can GW squeeze a few more dollars from students’ pockets?” This question was printed in The Hatchet on Monday, in reference to a printing fee that is being considered at the Gelman Library. While I can understand opposition to the printing fee, I do not agree with the rationale presented in the editorial. […]