September 5, 2002

Volume 99, Issue 11

Stories from the September 5, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

New Teen hottie? We’ll see.

While City By the Sea probably won’t break box office records or bring home any Oscars, this movie is surprisingly spectacular. Given an impressive cast list, one might expect no less. But its not the big names that make this worth seeing, it’s the little guys. The film tells the story of a well-respected homicide […]

Crime Report

Unlawful Entry 9/3/02- City Hall 2:45 a.m. UPD responded to student complaint of an intruder in the hall. Investigation continues Open Drug Law Violation 8/28/02- 1957 E St. 10:19 p.m. Referred to SJS Closed Liquor Law Violations 8/30/02- Thurston Hall 10:40 p.m. Referred to SJS Closed 8/31/02 Mitchell Hall 12:52 a.m. Referred to SJS Closed […]

GW expects win

Volleyball head coach Jojit Coronel expects to win this year’s GW Invitational, despite competition that includes Big East Conference powerhouse Rutgers University and 2001 NCAA qualifier Liberty University. “I expect us to use the competition to challenge ourselves and execute at a level that counts,” Coronel said. “The competition (at the Invite) is very good […]

High school star commits

The GW men’s basketball team received a verbal commitment last month from its first recruit for next season, local standout Ricky Lucas of Herndon, Va. Lucas, who recently transferred to Herndon High School, is a 6-foot-5 swingman who averaged 14 points and seven rebounds per game for Montrose Christian (Rockville, Md.) last season. GW Head […]

Draftees having success in minor leagues

Tampa Bay Devil Ray John Flaherty is the only GW alumnus in Major League Baseball, but six former GW baseball players taken in last June’s draft could give the former Colonial catcher some collegiate company in the major leagues. Junior Jake Wald and seniors Mike O’Connor, Mike Bassett, Tony Brown, Jason Baker and Matt Krimmel […]

Mayoral debate turns into circus

What began as a formal mayoral debate Wednesday night disintegrated into a political circus with the sitting mayor abandoning the forum early, one candidate talking on his cell phone and another mayoral hopeful singing her closing statement. About 150 GW students were treated to the full flavor of the District’s unique political culture at the […]

Letter: Position defined

Mosheh Oinounou’s article (“New printing charge to take effect,” Aug. 26 p.1) contains a fundamental mischaracterization of the position taken by the Student Association Senate with reference to the imposition of a printing fee. Oinounou paraphrases a statement by University Librarian Jack Siggins in reporting that “three years of negotiations between the GW Prints members […]