February 7, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 43

Stories from the February 7, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Temple shreds GW on nat’l TV

Posted 2 a.m. Feb. 10 — The Colonials gave ESPN viewers and the Smith Center crowd of more than 3,000 little to get excited about on Saturday as they fell to Temple 80-58 in GW’s first and final national television appearance this season. The loss extended GW’s losing streak to seven games, its longest since […]

Arts: Hatchet chats with Sevendust

Surprised, vocalist Lajon Witherspoon from Sevendust stopped singing for a few seconds in awe of the voices that sang above his. With hundreds of screaming fans chanting word-for-word to the band’s recent hit single “Angel’s Son” at the 9:30 Club last Thursday, the band is hardly falling apart, as this month’s article in Spin magazine […]

D.C. Diary: Nothing fishy about it

Fisherman’s Market, SW Sunday, Jan. 27 2 p.m. Living in such a small community it is easy to forget that there is life outside Northwest, Washington D.C. The District is filled with areas that at first glance are not desirable to visit, but the Fisherman’s Market is a lot more impressive than it might seem. […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: School kids get taste of GW life

Shavonne Stoney, the newest member of the Office of Community Service, started work on Monday. She dove right in posting fliers at the Judicial Service Office and creating numerous e-mails. By the way, Stoney is only nine years old. Stoney was among 31 third-graders from the Davis Elementary School who followed GW administrators during Groundhog […]

Out of left field: Pats let it all hang out

My dad calls me up with 30 seconds left in the game. “You better get ready to print a retraction, kiddo,” he says in reference to my column on the danger of the Patriots winning the Super Bowl. I hear shrieking and breaking glass in the background. I ask where his friend Paul is. “I […]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Students experience relaxed spring rush

Members of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity shared cigars and stories with potential pledges on the steps of the fraternity’s G Street house Thursday night during the group’s second spring rush event. The evening, like all of the spring’s open events, was a chance for students to meet the members and learn about the fraternity. […]

Staff editoral: Stealing Trust

Last November a breach of trust occurred at GW’s Mount Vernon Campus between students and Aramark maintenance workers. A maintenance worker known as “Marlin,” who has since been fired and barred from campus, allegedly stole about $3,000 worth of personal items from residents in Somers Hall. What is troubling about the University’s action is twofold. […]

Letter: Vagina stunt no laughing matter

Am I the only person who was befuddled by the appearance of a mysterious monstrous mutilated merkin on wheels in Kogan Plaza Wednesday at high noon? My wife and I passed by it three times and couldn’t figure out, apart from the obvious shock value of displaying a gigantic female sex organ on wheels, what […]

Review: Beijing Bicycle

Beijing Bicycle (Sony Picture Classics) is a painful, but interesting story. So many injustices, small and great, take place in this movie that it’s hard to sit through. However, the story pulls the audience in, as we emotionally identify with the plights of a situation quite foreign to most Americans. In China, a bike is […]