August 25, 2002

Volume 99, Issue 9

Stories from the August 25, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet.

New printing charge to take effect

GW library and technology officials said all systems are in place to implement a campus-wide printing fee announced last month. The 7-cent per-page fee went into effect in Center for Academic Technologies labs last week and is scheduled to start in library computer labs Sept. 3. Beginning the first day of classes, students in all […]

GW breaks ground on 23rd Street

Digging their buff and blue shovels into the soil, University administrators broke ground on two residence halls Aug. 8, putting the University on track to fulfilling a city on-campus housing requirement of 70 percent by 2009. However, the means and legal maneuvers GW used to acquire the property have Foggy Bottom residents agitated over what […]

Students move into 1957 E St.

Featuring views of national monuments, the State Department and the Capitol, GW’s newest residence hall opened to students Aug. 17 after a two-year legal struggle that made some residents nervous about whether they would be able to move in this August. While the 1957 E St. residence hall will open on time for fall semester, […]

Italian Stallion works legal lolita

“Love is a many splendored thing. Love lifts us up where we belong. All you need is love.” So says Ewan McGregor’s character, Christian, in Moulin Rouge: If only it were that simple. The Last Kiss, the latest film from Italian writer-director, Gabriele Muccino, explores the complexity of love and the strain of relationships. The […]

Letter:Invasive article

I read the article regarding the two leaders dismissed from CI, as well as the column written by Kate Stepan (July 8). Although I appreciate the Hatchet’s goal to communicate news to students, I feel the article exploited two members of our community. Throughout the story the students were disrespected and spoken of more like […]

Wesley Snipes hits the mat

What happened to Wesley Snipes? We know he’s no A-list actor, more a stand-in for roles turned down by Denzel Washington, but in his new movie Undisputed, Snipes (Blade and Blade II) sinks to new lows delivering a painfully contrived performance. This is not the Snipes we saw in New Jack City or White Men […]

GW hires new coaches

Former men’s novice rowing coach Matt Boyle was promoted to varsity men’s head coach Aug. 9 after leading the Colonials to one of their most successful seasons in history last spring. The team advanced to the finals of both the San Diego Crew Classic and the Dad Veils and also won the A-10 Invitational Title. […]

This Old Apartment

Neil Conway can always tell when school is about to start by the influx of parents and students in his hardware store just off Dupont Circle. Most are looking for basic tools to fix things or keep around residence hall rooms and apartments, but some return for friendly personal advice about common home ailments. District […]

Basketball releases non-conference schedule

Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams recently released their non-conference schedules, which begin in late November and continue until the start of Atlantic 10 conference play in early January. The men’s schedule is highlighted by the team’s season opener at the University of Connecticut on Nov. 25. Second-year head coach Karl Hobbs will return […]

Summer Scrapbook

June 1, New Haven, Conn. – Aug. 3, San Francisco, Calif. Wake up at 5:30 a.m., eat, dress in spandex and ride. Armed with a map of the day’s route, water, food and spare tires, juniors Steve Carlson and Evan Johnson biked 70 miles a day – before stopping for lunch. This describes an average […]