March 7, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 51

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

The Bar Belle: Andalu

Where: 1214 18th St. NW Getting in: carded at the bar Prices: kinda steep Food: nope Dancing: you betcha Pluses: The music was good Last Tuesday night there was a blackout in New Hall, and good ole’ University Police wouldn’t let anyone in or out. After waiting outside in the cold for a good 15 […]

Entertainment Guide

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Crime Report

Destruction of Property 2/26-28 – Academic Center No suspects or witnessed Closed 3/1 – 900 block 24th Street Referred to MPD Closed Drug Law Violation 3/1 – Fulbright Hall Referred to SJS Closed Disorderly Conduct 3/1 – Mitchell Hall UPD was called at 2 a.m. to break up a fight between two males, one of […]

Sports: UMass knocks down threes, knocks off GW

PHILADELPHIA -The Colonials watched their brief second-half lead in the Atlantic 10 Tournament slip away much like their season slipped away in early February: quickly. Massachusetts ended the Colonials’ season with a 73-62 loss Thursday in the first round at the First Union Spectrum. A-10 Second Team member Chris Monroe’s game-high 19 points led GW […]

Around Campus: Briefs

Supreme Court Justice will speak Friday at ceremony Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will deliver the keynote address at the dedication ceremony for the new GW Law School “cornerstone” Friday at 11 a.m. The cornerstone is located at 700 20th St. and will mark the new addition of a complex that includes Lisner, Lerner, Stockton […]

Out of Left Field: Tourney worthy?

The first thing Joe McKeown did after his team’s 67-64 upset loss to Xavier in the Atlantic 10 Tournament last week was campaign for an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament. McKeown recited a laundry list of reasons why his Colonial women are worthy of an invite: a 20-win season, 15-2 conference record, national schedule […]

Judges discuss racial, religious hate crimes

Three judges discussed intolerance of blacks and Jews among Americans with students Monday night as part of a panel about hate crimes. “The stature of African Americans in this country is an issue that has caused more oppression than any other situation with the possible exception of the saga of the Jewish people,” New York […]

New Hall ready for power outs

GW building officials said failures in New Hall’s emergency light system last week were caused by an elevator that malfunctioned before power in the building went out. When power cut off last Wednesday night, exits signs and an elevator emergency call box failed, leaving one student trapped in an elevator and rooms dark for about […]

Gymnasts sweep JMU

The GW gymnastics team swept first, second and third places in all four individual events and took first and second places in the all-around in their 194.3-184.3 victory over James Madison University Wednesday night at the Smith Center. Devin McCalla, who was recently named A-10 Performer of the Week, took first in the all-around (39.325), […]