November 8, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 28

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

‘Rough Crossing’ boasts smooth wit

The Generic Theatre Company’s production of “Rough Crossing” is a delightfully witty and entertaining rendition of Tom Stoppard’s play. Much like an intellectual’s “Three’s Company,” this play relies upon the perpetual confusion of its characters to create its momentum. Playwrights Sandor Turai (Matt Johnson) and Alexandra Gal (Caroline Nisbet) are on a luxurious cruise ship […]

D.C. Diary: The Hirshhorn Museum and Schulture Garden

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Saturday, Oct. 27 10 a.m. My dance professor told me about Spanish dance performances at the Hirshhorn Museum, so I decided I would go check out the richness of Spanish culture. Arriving an hour and a half early, we walked around the Smithsonian for a while until it was […]

The Hatchet reviews three new indie film offerings

Focus Celebrated photographer Neal Slavin makes his directing debut with Focus, creating a retro, eerie feel that captures the viewer and allows a look into the mind of Lawrence Newman (William H. Macy). Based on a novel written in 1945 by Arthur Miller, Focus could not be more timely. It is a thought-provoking fable about […]

Features: Students share ‘sexiled’ stories

As Sophomore Hala Rharrit turned the key to the door of her Fulbright Hall room, she was startled by a screaming voice – her roommate frantically asking her to wait before she came in. Rharrit got the hint. Her roommate had her boyfriend over and she could not enter her room – she was “sexiled.” […]

Farrellys lose vulgarity

When you fall in love with someone for the first time, what do you fall in love with: physical or inner beauty? In Shallow Hal, the Farrelly brother’s latest creation, Hal Larsen (Jack Black) is only able to see beauty on the outside. Hal gets stuck in an elevator with self-help guru Tony Robbins (played […]

Area university bathrooms attract ‘cruisers’

GW is not the only D.C. university experiencing lewd activity in its bathrooms. According to, the same Web site that lists GW bathrooms as prime sites for sexual activity, three American University bathrooms and two Georgetown University bathrooms are considered very “cruisy.” The first floor of Georgetown’s Lauinger Library is described in an August […]

Rosey knows sports: A ring-leader for the Wizards

The similarities are eerie. A quick glance at Michael Jordan’s stats from the first game in his second comeback last week in New York closely resemble his stats from his his first game in his first. That night in 1995 against the Indiana Pacers Jordan played 38 minutes, scored 19 on 7-for-28 shooting with six […]

As I See It: Doth the SA protest too much?

This year, a familiar fall pattern emerged on campus. The GW Hatchet, for one reason or the other, decided to write a staff editorial about the Student Association. Unlike in past years, the editorial brought a strong rebuke from SA President Roger Kapoor and his top lieutenant, Chief of Staff Joe Ardito. This rebuke was […]

Monroe, Forchion picked in pre-season polls

Chris Monroe was named second-team All Conference and freshman Tamal Forchion was named to the All-Rookie team in a pre-season poll conducted Monday by Atlantic 10 coaches and media. St. Joseph’s and Xavier were selected to win the A-10 East and West, respectively. GW was picked to finish fifth in the West.

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 […]