May 2, 2002

Volume 98, Issue 65

Stories from the May 2, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

INTERVIEW: Porn God Ron Jeremy heats up the Hatchet

Around the block, masses stand excitedly waiting for a glimpse of legend. Some might have thought that the president was making an appearance at Visions Cinema Bistro Lounge. That is, if conversation had not radiated through the air quipping about whether or not the special guest would whip out his “money-maker.” No, this was not […]

Staff editorial: Preventing rape

While Student Judicial Services processed more sexual assault cases this year than last year, experts remind us that this may not reflect an increase in actual incidents. The increase does indicate that campus culture may be changing to encourage more women to report sexual assaults and seek help when they occur. No matter what the […]

INTERVIEW: DC Drop-out spreads the word of Bad Religion

As Bad Religion’s latest adrenaline-packed release, Process of Belief, continues to fuel the masses, the band members themselves are surfing the wave of success on the road. Bad Religion’s lead guitarist Brian Baker is a long-time D.C. local and former GW student. In sitting with Baker, all pathways were open as conversation ranged from his […]

Column – On Your Tonsils: Real Excellence awards unveiled

I have been hearing about the Excellence in Student Life Awards for some time now, and just like in People magazine’s Sexiest Man list, I was snubbed. But what are these awards anyway? I can only imagine that they are excellent and thoughtful awards for students that do very good things on this campus. No, […]

Koken throws no hitter for first career win

Freshman Nick Koken threw a seven-inning no-hitter in the Colonials 17-0 win over Mt. St. Mary’s at Barcroft Park Thursday. The right-hander struck out six and did not walk a single batter his first collegiate win. Koken fell one pitch short of a perfect game- he hit the Mountaineers shortstop Jamion Christian with a pitch […]

BAR BELLE: says goodbye

I don’t know what to write. Perhaps I do not want to say adieu, or maybe words cannot express the emotions I feel within the recesses of my heart, but these last few weeks of my life at GW have been inexplicable. How does one say goodbye? It isn’t possible. I wish I had some […]

Letters: Falling short

I, like many GW seniors, am shocked to hear that our graduation speaker will be the president of another U.S. university. After four years of seeing this University spend obscene amounts of money to bring big music acts to campus, brag about laser-light shows during Colonial Inauguration and boast of bowling alleys and video games, […]

Pizzeria Paradiso offers italain getaway

3.5 Hatchets Pizzeria Paradiso 2029 P St., NW (202) 223-1245 Dough: $8.95 for an 8-inch, $12.95 for a 14-inch Attire: casual Tucked within a row of brownstones in Dupont Circle, Pizzeria Paradiso sits quietly with a humble decor. The small and chic restaurant has limited seating but is overflowing with customers. Opting to sit at […]

Letters: Students unheard

Tuesday night was the final Student Association Senate meeting of the school year. Unfortunately, only a handful of students actually show up to our meetings and one must question why this happens. As this year’s undergraduate senator at-large, please allow me to give you an example of why this happens. At Tuesday’s meeting, I introduced […]