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.

Lacrosse looks forward to success

While they ended their inaugural Division I season with a big loss to No. 20 George Mason Tuesday, the Colonials showed late-game grit that could indicate a promising road ahead. The Colonials classify themselves as a strong second half team, evidenced when they held the Patriots to just three second-half goals in the 13-4 loss. […]

Smith Center vandalism leads to pool draining

Smith Center vandalism results in pool draining Smith Center staff drained and cleaned the building’s 190,000-gallon swimming pool this week after a brick was thrown through one of the double-paned windows near the pool early Monday morning, sending shards of glass into the water. University Police reported that an officer was leaving Funger Hall at […]

Sexual assault reports rise

Preliminary numbers from Student Judicial Services for disciplinary violations this year show a “concerning” hike in sexual assault complaints, suspensions and expulsions, while alcohol violations remained flat and fraternities saw a marked decrease in violations with no hazing charges. Sexual assault victims come forward Senior Assistant Dean Mike Walker reported that Student Judicial Services received […]

MC gets face-lift

Students will find more J Street seating space next fall, after GW completes a $20 million Marvin Center renovation project. The University will expand J Street by 35 tables and enclose an outdoor patio over the summer to provide year-round eating space. “The student population has increased, so the demand is there to have more […]