March 28, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 54

Stories from the March 28, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet.

THE MOVIE BUFFS: Pootie Tang

Long Story Short: Pootie Tang is an international superstar and superhero who speaks his own language and beats his enemies with a belt that cost 95 cents at the Piggly Wiggly. Needless to say it was the most underrated film of 2001. Alan Says: For the most part, our previous reviews have been on movies […]

Sophomore slump strikes again

I’ve been contemplating my position in life lately, as a student, and in the role I play in my own educational career. As a sophomore at GW, I have considered the fact that I am past the college adjustment stage and should be comfortable – or at least approaching a comfortable lifestyle at school. Is […]

Late-night bites

While D.C. is renowned for its daytime political antics, the city is not usually touted for its vibrant evening hot spots. As a result, residents are often faced with “the night is young, but everything’s closed” dilemma. While the city may lack all-night bar and dancing venues, the city has made quite a bit of […]

GW gymnasts win fifth-straight A-10 title

The GW gymnastics team won the Atlantic 10 championship Saturday, qualifying for the NCAA regional competition April 6 at Penn State. This is the fifth-straight A-10 title for the Colonials and their third-straight trip to Regionals, where they could qualify for a first-ever appearance in the national competition. If the Colonials performance at A-10s is […]

James Madison knocks Rasowsky out early

Despite knocking 14 hits on Wednesday, the GW baseball team stranded 13 runners in a 7-4 loss to visiting James Madison University at Barcroft Park. GW starting pitcher Avi Rasowsky (0-2) gave up four earned runs on seven hits and three home runs before being pulled by head coach Tom Walter after three innings. “Avi […]

Around Campus: Briefs

Robinson announces SA openings Student Association President-elect Phillip Robinson announced the openings for the 2002-03 executive branch. Available positions include slots for eight vice presidents, several directors, various committee heads and SA representatives to University committees. Applications are available online at gwu.edu/~pjlaw and must be submitted to Robinson’s mailbox located in the Marvin Center room […]

Crime Log

Sexual Assault 3/20 Hall on Virginia Avenue A male Georgetown University student reported he was forcibly fondled while visiting GW. After spending an evening “hanging out” with a male GW student, the Georgetown student reported that he woke up to the student touching him in a private area. Referred to SJS. Closed. Simple Assault 3/17 […]

USA Today honors Kapoor

Student Association President Roger Kapoor may not like being stereotyped as a bookworm, but his academic accomplishments earned him national recognition in USA Today. One of 60 members of the All-USA College Academic Team, Kapoor is classified as one of “the best and brightest undergraduates found on the USA’s campuses” for original academic results, according […]

Union denounces GW construction

GW officials say they are paying attention to organizations protesting labor practices of University sub-contractor Oncore construction but have received no complaints from workers on University construction sites. A D.C. workers’ rights group, which is supported by the Progressive Student Union, paraded a 20-foot tall inflatable rat outside the Marvin Center Tuesday afternoon to symbolize […]