April 11, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 58

Stories from the April 11, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

SA disputes drug question

GW students are joining others around the nation in fighting a law that strips them of financial aid for past or current drug offenses. Question 35 on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form asks students if they have been convicted of possessing or selling illegal drugs while over the age of 18 (tobacco […]

The Film Buffs: Seven

Long Story Short: A psychotic serial killer murders his victims according to the Seven Deadly Sins, apparently misinterpreting the Sixth Commandment. Alan Says: Seven (New Line Cinema) is one of the most gruesome and depressing movies I have ever seen. The story moves slowly, it’s always raining in the background and there is very little […]

Post, residents miss GW story

In a new spin to an old dispute, Chris Shea’s April 7 article “Building the Imperial University” appeared in The Washington Post Magazine Sunday discussing resident’s quips in the dispute between GW and Foggy Bottom over GW’s expansion. In an ongoing dispute, residents in the article contend that the University has become an “objectionable” presence […]

Filling fare found at southern belle

Great atmosphere and top-notch food make Georgia Brown’s an enjoyable dining experience for any occasion. Located at 15th and K streets, this southern belle serves up fresh dishes and deliciously creative cocktails. This chic and trendy restaurant has a creatively decorated dining room, adorned with funky furniture and a canopy of branches spanning the ceiling. […]

Neighbors misunderstood

It is unfortunate that members of the GW community are so quick to judge our Foggy Bottom neighbors, when few actually take the time to meet these people and listen to their side of the story. Our neighbors are an invaluable resource of information that everyone, particularly students, should take advantage of. The residents of […]

BAR BELLE: The Bar Crawl

Where: lots o’ places Getting in: Easy, if you’re 21 Prices: Specials everywhere Food: bring your own Dancing: only in the streets Pluses: drinkin’ in the afternoon This weekend shall never be forgotten. It was the weekend of the Bar Belle’s inaugural crawl. She didn’t think she was going make it because the cherry blossoms […]

Around Campus

Forced Robbery 4/5 2300 Block G Street Three individuals were robbed at gunpoint at about 3:45 a.m. as they walked north on 23rd Street. They were approached by a black male, approximately 25 years old, 5 feet 10 inches, weighing 165 pounds and wearing a black leather jacket, black hat, gray sweat pants and black […]

Bassett breaks record in loss, adds to it in win

Senior Mike Bassett’s 51st homerun in Tuesday’s loss broke GW’s all-time career record, and his 52nd homer in Wednesday’s win improved his total. Tuesday’s 9-8 loss off a ninth-inning homerun snapped the GW baseball team’s seven-game winning streak. Bassett knocked in a two-run homerun, breaking the record he shared with Joe Beichert for three days. […]

Trakkin’ through D.C. trails

It is always refreshing to be able to step a few miles outside the bustling, hurried pace of city life in the District and take time off to smell the roses. For people who get tired of the everyday grind of traffic and business, the District offers relaxing alternatives in nature only several miles away. […]

UMass cuts send ripple through conference

They’ve won seven conference championships in nine years, made seven NCAA Final Four appearances and finished with a 27-6 final record. But the UMass men’s water polo team’s legacy is over. The team was one of seven varsity sports eliminated by its athletic department last month, part of a $17 million school-wide budget cut handed […]