December 3, 2001

Volume 98, Issue 33

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

A New Day, A new War: Bush looks to expand war

As the final Taliban-controlled city of Kandahar comes under assault by Afghan rebels and U.S. ground troops, experts are calling the war a success and urging the Bush administration to maintain the coalition. “So far (the war) has gone more successfully than anyone dared hope in terms of the ease with which the Northern Alliance […]

News Brief: GW pulls Red Bull from shelves

GW accidentally violated its exclusive beverage contract with Coca-Cola for almost a year before Essentials Market in Mitchell Hall stopped selling Red Bull energy drink last month. Assistant Director of Auxiliary Services Lyle Vaughan said he was unaware of the contract breach, and that an employee without the authority to make sales decisions must have […]

A New Day, A New War: Protecting our backyard

Most knew after a friend or co-worker told them to turn on the television. Some happened to be watching in time to see the second strike. GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg found out when he heard the bang. As the blinds lifted to reveal the blaze from the angled building, Trachtenberg said the mood of […]

Around Campus

Students to hold U.S.-Israel Solidarity Rally In response to the suicide terrorist attacks in Israel over the weekend, the GW Student Alliance for Israel and the Jewish Student Association will hold a U.S.-Israel Solidarity Rally on Kogan Plaza Monday at 8 p.m. “We are looking to remember the victims of the attacks and show GW’s […]

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 […]