February 4, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 42

Stories from the February 4, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Colonials streak continues at La Salle

The Colonials assembled a second-half effort in their 83-70 loss to La Salle Saturday reminiscent of the season’s early days, when erasing a double-digit halftime deficit seemed like just another play in the Karl Hobbs handbook. But since GW’s losing streak began last month, GW hasn’t played with the electricity a comeback requires. The Colonials […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: KSA hosts networking fair

More than 20 students from the Korean Student Association gathered in Marvin Center 403 Saturday afternoon to learn networking techniques and get advice from professionals in a variety of fields. “We wanted to try and widen the students’ knowledge of different career fields. The one we held last semester contained mostly representatives from the internet […]

Sports: WRGW gets on board with new basketball policy

Students from WRGW took a train to the 30th Street station and a cab to the Tom Gola Arena in Philadelphia, where they announced the Colonials’ 83-70 loss at La Salle on air. Nothing seems out of place here – a student station providing its own transportation to an away game – except that it’s […]

GW reserves MCI center as backup for Commencement

This year’s graduation will take place on the Ellipse as it has since 1992, and for the first time the MCI Center will be sitting ready if the outdoor event is canceled because of security risks or bad weather. The University finalized the deal with the MCI Center Thursday, offering to pay $40,000 for the […]

GW shows close Enron links

Although several major news organizations have included a teaching stint at GW in former Enron Corp. CEO Kenneth Lay’s background, no record of him as a professor exists at the University. At least one GW alumnus has authentic ties to the scandal. Leslie Caldwell, who earned her law degree at GW, is lead prosecutor in […]

Judge denies professor tenure

GW owes a former professor more than $75,000 in damages for improperly denying him tenure but is not obligated to grant him the highest professorial level, the D.C. Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. The decision upholds an earlier ruling. Former Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science professor Apostolos Kakaes was hired as an assistant […]

Colonial women defeat La Salle

If they didn’t know before, the Colonial women now know that a basketball game lasts until the final buzzer, with three of their last four wins coming in the final seconds of play. Against Temple and Richmond earlier this week, Anna Montanana bailed the team out with last-second baskets for one-point victories. Friday against St. […]

Bringing back diversity with Black History Celebration

In celebration of Black History month, the Black Student Union is brining the nationwide celebration of black achievement close to home. The Black Student Union, in its 34th year at GW, created the Black History Celebration to complement Black History Month. The celebration spans from Jan. 21 to March 9, going beyond the traditional month-long […]

GW gymnastics tumble end over end

The Colonials had a disappointing performance on the balance beam in their final rotation to place third in Saturday’s quad meet at West Virginia University. Host West Virginia won the meet with 195.125, its second-highest total of the season. The Mountaineers were followed by Kentucky (193.925), GW (193.225) and Massachusetts (189.600). West Virginia’s Teshawne Jackson […]

Burying the Hatchet

I recently returned from a semester abroad. I met this guy there, and we became close friends. I’m also really having a hard time readjusting to life back at GW. I miss my host country so much and this guy, too. What can I do? -My Heart’s Abroad A re-entry group should definitely be created […]