December 3, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 33

Stories from the December 3, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.

A New Day, A New War: GW loses eight alumni to attacks

Andrew Stergiopoulos (’00) Stergiopoulos, 23, the youngest GW alumnus to lose his life in the tragedy graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Stergiopoulos worked for Cantor Fitzgerald, a company based in New York that has “strong ties” to GW, business school Dean Susan Phillips said in a letter to the community. He worked […]

Staff Editorial: Give Manouch a home

Manouch Nava is a staple of the GW experience. The beloved late-night hot dog vendor who has been satisfying students’ hunger for more than 16 years apparently is now coming under heavier threats from the Metropolitan Police Department. MPD wants him to cease his operations because District law prohibits street vendors from selling food after […]

The skinny of dieting frenzies

Imagine ordering a pizza with bacon, pepperoni, sausage and extra cheese. All the ingredients of a great pizza – except the crust. Sound healthy? According to the Atkins diet, it is. The Atkins diet is one of many diets students said they have tried as a quick fix to shed extra pounds. But most health […]

Inside our Pages: Sept. 11 changed America, GW

Last Thursday we gave you an extra crossword puzzle. This week it’s a whole extra section. While I’m sure that most students found time during class to complete both crosswords, I hope you take the time to read the eight-page issue looking back at Sept. 11. It has been almost three months since the terrorist […]

In Memory of George Harrison

A fourth of the Beatles, the most powerful force in rock and roll history, George Harrison, died of cancer at 58 on Nov. 30. Harrison was a quiet, soulful-lad from Liverpool, England. He grew up imitating the guitar styles of Chuck Berry and Carl Perkins. Despite his quiet presence, Harrison wrote some of the Beatles’ […]

Colonials may fall short against taller Princeton squad

Nine of Princeton University’s 16 players are 6-foot-7 and taller, which creates potential match-up problems inside for the smaller Colonials. Three players who amount to 60 percent of the Princeton’s scoring are at least 6-foot-6. Six-foot-eight Konrad Wysocki and 6-foot-7 Andre Logan each score about 13 points a game, while 6-foot-6 senior forward Mike Bechtold […]