April 25, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 63

Stories from the April 25, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

GW to start advisory panel

University officials said top business, political and academic leaders will try to focus GW’s global efforts with a new advisory board, which met for the first time April 11. Members of the board said the University is “over-enthusiastic and scattering our resources too broadly.” It suggested the University do more in certain parts of the […]

Around Campus

Busta Rhymes headlines Spring Fling The Program Board will host the annual Spring Fling Saturday from 12 to 6 p.m. with headliner Busta Rhymes performing in late afternoon in front of Gelman Library. The event will include other musical acts on H Street and food and amusements spread throughout Kogan Plaza and the Quad. Companies […]

News Brief: Marvin Center addition opens

Although University officials said the glass-enclosed Marvin Center addition was expected open Wednesday for University use, both entrances were still closed to students Wednesday night. Marvin Center employees said it would open Friday. The atrium leads to a new entrance to the building on 21st Street. Director of Media Relations Gretchen King said GW has […]

Crime Report

Weapons Violation 4/19 Marvin Center Referred to SJS. Indecent Exposure 4/15 2129 I St. At 10:25 a.m., an employee was coming out of an alleyway when she saw a man in her path pulling down his pants. She managed to get away from him. The male was white, between 35 and 40 years old, 5 […]

Protestors clash with police outside AIPAC

About 2,500 Palestinian demonstrators gathered on Connecticut Avenue Monday, once again donning homemade posters, over-sized Palestinian flags and empty water-bottle drums keeping the beat for chants. Activists assembled at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference at the Washington Hilton, where students and top politicians were meeting to discuss the Middle East conflict. “Although we […]

University stalls grad speaker announcement

GW officials said they have a speaker lined up for the Commencement ceremony on the Ellipse May 19 but will not reveal the person’s name in case the speaker cancels. Director of Media Relations Gretchen King said the University would like to announce the speaker this week or next week. “I don’t think we’re behind […]

Senate rejects Robinson picks

The Student Association Rules Committee rejected three of President-elect Phil Robinson’s cabinet nominees and accepted five Monday night. The decision, which was kept under wraps until early Thursday morning, has Robinson worried that hurt feelings from a contentious election are manifesting in Senate action. Most notably, the committee rejected former SA presidential candidate Dani Greenspan […]

Review: Jaleo

It’s close vicinity to the MCI Center makes this Spanish cocina a convenient locale for dining before a concert or sporting event. Be sure to arrive early because managers are adamant about not taking reservations on the night of a concert or sporting event and the service is s-l-o-w. Known for its tapas, or “little […]

U.S. backs Israel at AIPAC

(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offered solutions for a lasting peace in the Middle East as White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card called for separate Palestinian and Israeli states Monday night. Speaking at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference at the Washington Hilton, Card and Netanyahu were joined by […]

GW may cut complaint line

GW may disconnect the anonymous tip line that allows anonymous students and staff members to lodge complaints against professors, GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg said this week. He said in-person complaint system is being considered. Trachtenberg called the program “aggressive.” The Faculty Senate unanimously condemned the idea after Vice President and Treasurer Louis Katz started […]