January 17, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 37

Stories from the January 17, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Letter: Discrimination in fees

Shame on the University’s Center for Academic Technologies (CATS) and its Executive Director P.B. Garrett. I was disappointed to learn that CATS decided over winter break to place restrictions on student printing. CATS operates computer lab facilities at the Marvin Center, the basement of the Academic Center and across campus. These restrictions will impact countless […]

Colonials to be tested by Atlantic 10’s elite

The Colonials can establish themselves as contenders in the Atlantic 10 West conference this week with a good showing against Xavier, which they host Thursday, and St. Joseph’s, which they visit on Saturday. A win in either game would be a statement for GW, but it will not come easily. Xavier (11-3, 3-0 A-10) rolls […]

Column: Enron’s fall foreseen?

(U-WIRE) NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As many of us prepare to enter the “real world” in May, the job market we are encountering does not resemble the job market our predecessors faced when they graduated. I am not alluding to the economic downturn that seems to be slowly festering in America that all the newspapers, news […]

Rosey Knows Sports: Goodbye Chicago, and other playoff picks

The season of the Cinderella Bears will come to an end Saturday in Soldier Field, where the Bears host the Philadelphia Eagles. This game will be a match of dominating defenses and, in the end, the Eagles’ balanced offense and a duo of running backs, Duce Staley and Correll Buckhalter, will create too many problems […]

DC Diary: Prank presents at The Pleasure Place

The Pleasure Place Tuesday, Jan. 15 7 p.m. The scene: a very windy night in Georgetown with a couple of friends. The destination: some sort of sex shop. The mission: to find the perfect and funniest gag gift idea. Now, let me begin by saying that I am defifinitely not an expert when it comes […]

GW makes housing change

GW housing officials have eased off a new requirement that all sophomores live in campus housing next year by making it easy for students to claim exemptions. The University will now allow sophomores to move off campus by signing a form indicating they cannot afford to live in a residence hall or have another extenuating […]

Owls provide first test for Colonial women

Two teams enter Friday’s game with identical records, histories and expectations. Both GW and Temple, (9-6, 4-0 A-10) have been crushed by top-five teams, including Temple’s loss to No. 3 Vanderbilt University last week and GW’s loss to No. 2 Tennessee early in the season. Both teams have had success against lesser, mediocre conference teams. […]

GW unveils Mount Vernon and law school additions

Students, faculty and staff are moving into a new law school and a revamped Mount Vernon Campus residence hall this semester after months of construction delays. Officials cited weather and permit delays that postponed the completion of these projects, both of which were scheduled to open in the fall. The townhouse-style addition to the GW […]

Judge declares mistrial in Jenkins suit

A D.C. Superior Court judge declared a mistrial Dec. 19 in a discrimination suit that would have cost GW $42,000 in damages for charges against Athletic Director Jack Kvancz. Judge Joan Zeldon threw out the case because the jury issued “conflicting verdicts” in response to two key questions she issued. Jurors answered “no” to the […]

Trammell Crow begins to repair water damage

Maintenance staff in the Schenley spent this week repairing 12 radiator leaks, a sewage backup and replacing the floorboards in one sixth-floor room after students returned to find water damage after winter break. Workers from the Trammell Crow Company, who manage the Schenley residence hall through GW’s Office of Property and Real Estate, patched flaking […]