It is always nice to know backup systems are ready to act in case the unexpected occurs. In the case of last week’s New Hall power outage, the University’s backup system failed and left students in the dark. Had the loss of power occurred during an actual emergency in which lives were at risk, the […]
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 latest film version of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine (Dreamworks and Warner Bros. Pictures) lacks the depth and emotion that its author intended. It is a well-directed science fiction adventure with astounding special effects and some superb acting. But the script is silly and trifling. The film, directed by Simon Wells, grandson of the […]
I find it disturbing that The Hatchet’s most prolific columnist, Russ Rizzo, is also the newspaper’s editor in chief. In his weekly column (“Inside Our Pages”), Rizzo often writes of a previous Hatchet story, and gives an account of why it was published, in the process providing opinions about the issues surrounding the article. If […]
Die Hard I Long Story Short: Bruce Willis saves Nakatomi Towers in Los Angeles. German terrorists are no match for him, and neither is Carl Winslow – the guy from “Family Matters.” Alan Says: First off, I’d like to say that I enjoy the entire Die Hard trilogy. In my humble opinion the original is […]
I, too, want to be like Jared. Who wouldn’t? He’s thin, he’s rich, and he made all his money just by taking a walk over to everyone’s favorite sandwich place – Subway. I tried to follow in Jared’s footsteps – twice. I failed in both attempts. It was about 1 a.m. about two Saturdays ago, […]