March 28, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 54

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

Maggiano’s offers family dining and Italian aura

Maggiano’s Little Italy 5333 Wisconsin Avenue (202) 966-5500 Reservations: a must on weekends Attire: casual but neat There is nothing small about Maggiano’s Little Italy. This family-style Italian restaurant, located on Wisconsin Avenue next to the Cheesecake Factory, serves up some of the biggest and best authentic Italian meals in D.C. The large dining room […]

Cost of not seizing day

With thousands of students enrolling in the Elliott School of International Affairs to learn about happenings in the world, and thousands more coming to GW supposedly because of the advantages of going to school “at the center of it all,” it is surreal that only a handful of students show up for important and unique […]

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 […]