February 21, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 47

Stories from the February 21, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Hatchet gets crabs in Bethesda house

Originally Published 02/21/02 Bethesda Crab House, 4958 Bethesda Avenue, Bethesda (3 blocks west of 7200 Wisconsin Avenue) 301-652-3382 open 7 days a week until midnight. Bring a smock, wear old clothes, and ask for a bib when you get to the Bethesda Crab House. No, you won’t be doing arts and crafts; this experience is […]

John Mayer makes weekend a little longer

“Just so you know.” John Mayer began, “until we cross the threshold of that door-as far as we’re concerned it’s Friday” gesturing towards the entrance of The 9:30 Club this past Sunday night. Is this what is it means to hang with the man himself? An endless string of weekends. It might have been a […]

Sports: Having a home-court and maybe an advantage

While it is impossible to quantify exactly how playing at home contributed to the GW men’s 7-0 sweep of George Mason this weekend, a new air-pressured facility seem to be giving the men’s and women’s tennis teams a newfound home-court advantage. The domed facility, consisting of five indoor courts, is a major part of a […]

Staff editorial: Ride Colonial Express

The University Police Department seems to be on the right track to address the biggest problem students have with the late-night 4-RIDE service: long waits. While technology that would allow drivers to call when they are close by is a positive first step that should be implemented immediately, increased publicity of the Colonial Express is […]

Bi-racial Sex scandel, and teenage Apathy

Director Todd Solondz is a weird guy, really weird. No kind of bad parenting or strange past makes a guy like this. The dude is just plain crazy. He made us feel sorry for a child molester in Happiness and watch the famous “Are you going to rape me?” scene in Welcome to the Dollhouse. […]

Column: Kisses on the cheek abound for in-betweeners

I seem to run into someone I know everywhere I go. Whether it’s on campus, in Georgetown, at Fresh Fields, at Smith & Wollensky’s Grill or on the Metro, I find myself in awkward situations at least three times a day. These uncomfortable scenes occur when I see that particular person I’ve met once or […]