January 28, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 40

Stories from the January 28, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

The Movie Buffs check out American Psycho

The story: It’s the late 1980s and Patrick Bateman is a high-powered stockbroker on Wall Street. He works mergers and acquisitions. Or is it murders and executions? Both actually, because he’s your normal Wall Street-type during the day, but at night he roams the streets perpetrating random acts of violence. Alan says: When I first […]

Men’s tennis falls to Old Dominion

The GW men’s tennis team fell short against Old Dominion Friday, losing 5-2 against the Monarchs in Norfolk, Va. GW freshmen Matt Treadgold and Brett Warner were the only singles players to win their matches. Treadgold bounced back after losing the first set in his match and defeated Old Dominion’s Patrick Binowski 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 […]

Hatchet Movie Reviews

Currently showing movies that have been reviewed by The GW Hatchet Arts section. Red Dragon Sweet Home Alabama The Tuxedo Barbershop Previous Movie Reviews Birthday Girl Collateral Damage The Count of Monte Cristo Crossroads Dragonfly 40 Days and 40 Nights The Mothman Prophecies Storytelling The Time Machine Trembling Before G-d

Arts: Mothman falls prey to muddled plot

The number one rule of a movie review is not to give anything away. Well, don’t worry. After seeing The Mothman Prophecies, I’m still not sure what happened. Directed by Mark Pellington (Arlington Road), this movie isn’t so much confusing as it is fragmented and may be prove difficult to piece together for even the […]

Swimming struggles at UMBC

GW men’s and swimming teams suffered losses in a tri-meet Sunday afternoon at the Universty of Maryland-Baltimore County. UMBC defeated the men’s team 157-63 while the women lost 149-93. Sophomores Ruth Dubyel and Kristen Fagley led the GW women’s swimming team to a second-place finish in a tri-meet with George Mason and St. Bonaventure at […]

Student strands member of Congress

I once interned for Rep. Sam Farr of California. I had a good rapport with him and considered myself the hottest son of a gun this side of Waffle House. Now when I say good rapport, I do not mean the kind of rapport Monica Lewinsky and Chandra Levy had with their respective bosses. There […]

Bring in reigns

President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg and admissions officials seriously erred last year when they accepted too many freshmen and got 300 more students than they were prepared to take. But it seems they could be on their way to making sure it doesn’t happen again. The first positive sign: more accepted early decision candidates. GW has […]

FRATERNITY RUSH SCHEDULES

PHI SIGMA KAPPA SPRING RUSH 2002 SCHEDULE Tuesday 8PM- Georgetown Billiards Wednesday 8pm- ESPN Zone Game Room Thursday 9PM- Q&A Session with the Brothers at the House. Get to learn all about Greek Life as a Phi Sig. Friday 2PM- Football with the Brothers Friday 9 PM- Invite Only Saturday TBA- Invite Only BETA THETA […]

Real-time updates

Your editorial is incorrect about the 20-minute cable TV delay during last year’s lottery. As one of the two people running the broadcast, I can assure you that it was up to the minute in its accuracy. We used Nextel radios to keep in touch with officials in J Street, who constantly gave us updated […]

Staff editorial: Just pool it

Let’s be blunt – it’s a slow day in the newsroom. It’s pushing 70 degrees, and although it’s only January, much of the staff is starting to develop spring fever. Springtime means two things – spring break and lounging around outside, preferably at swimming pools. GW is blessed with several swimming pools, but unfortunately the […]