About 50 GW students took advantage of free HIV testing in the Marvin Center Saturday, as the rest of campus wrapped up a week of events to increase awareness about the disease. Campus groups commemorated AIDS Awareness Week, which included World AIDS Day Dec. 2, with 11 events including a date auction and panels with […]
December 3, 2001
Volume 98, Issue 33
Stories from the December 3, 2001 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Drunken banter fills the hall. The audience cheers as dinner arrives. The guys from Bigwig prep like this every night before the show. Pipes, concrete, and pure unrestrained madness backstage at D.C.’s own Black Cat. The end of the hall and then its into The Suicide Machines’ dressing room. No signs, no grand entrance, just […]
Reporting lowered sales because of a year-old police initiative to crack down on underage drinking in the city, local bar and liquor store owners are considering new policies and warning students to obey the law. MPD spent $88,000 in federal grant money to launch the D.C. Campus Alcohol Reduction Effort last December, said Lt. Patrick […]
There are 290 empty red cushioned chairs at Sholl’s Colonial Cafeteria, a restaurant seating 300. Rows of broccoli, mounds of meatloaf and lines of blueberry pie sit untouched on the long serving counter. On a good day hundreds of students would be chatting loudly and grabbing food. The only sound heard there today is the […]
Popular hot dog vendor Manouchehr Nava said he is feeling extra pressure from Metropolitan Police lately to shut down by 1:30 a.m. Nava, known to most students as “Manouch,” said MPD gave him two weeks to stop selling food outside Tower Records late at night. Although D.C. regulations prohibit food vendors to operate after 1:30 […]