University budget cuts have forced the School of Media and Public Affairs to abandon plans to hire additional professors, which would allow the school to admit more majors. SMPA Director Jean Folkerts said the Journalism Program proposed to hire two full-time professors this semester, but failed to receive adequate funding. She said the school only […]
September 9, 2002
Volume 99, Issue 12
Stories from the September 9, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Protesters square off with Metropolitan Police in riot gear outside the World Bank last October during subdued demonstrations after September 11. University officials estimate 15,000 demonstrators will attend this year’s International Monetary Fund and World Bank meeting, scheduled for September 28-29.
September 11 Events Schedule Pentagon Ceremony President Bush will speak at the Pentagon ceremony. The large U.S. flag flown on the side of the Pentagon after the attack will be unfurled in the same location during the ceremony. A moment of silence will be observed at 9:37 a.m., the approximate time at which American Airlines […]
Posted 3:45 p.m. Sept. 12 by Melissa Kronfeld U-WIRE (DC BUREAU) (U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – More than 30,000 college students will be denied federal funding for the 2002-2003 school year due to the Drug-Free Student Aid provision of the Higher Education Act according to an annual report released by the Department of Education. The HEA provision, […]
Posted 8:26 p.m. Sept. 12 by Marcus Mrowka U-WIRE (DC BUREAU) (U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – With the large number of write-in votes still to be counted, it appears that current Washington, D.C., Mayor Anthony Williams will have another shot at office later this fall. The latest reports indicate that Williams seems to have won in a […]
Monday, Aug. 26 Radio City Music Hall 10 a.m. Every year hordes of MTV enthusiasts turn to watch and experience the excitement of the Video Music Awards. Beyond the glitz and glamour of the star-studded red carpet, there is a world of hard working people that spend months making this awards show happen. This summer, […]
The Digital Millennium Act of 1998, which states that the recording industry and artists should be compensated for music played over the Internet, uses completely backward logic – it penalizes small, non-profit stations like WRGW, but asks nothing of large, for-profit radio stations. The government and record industries are putting undue financial pressure on college […]
(U-WIRE) PHILADELPHIA – While I was filling out course evaluations last semester, I overheard a conversation between two students sitting next to me. “He only gave me a B on my last paper,” one student said. “I’m going to give him a really bad evaluation.” “I’m going to do the same,” the other one replied. […]
The GW men’s soccer team’s 3-1 loss to North Carolina State University was its second loss against a top-ranked opponent in the Duke/ Adidas Classic in Durham, N.C. Freshman goalie Derek Biss recorded 23 saves in his collegiate starting debut, including 15 in Friday’s heartbreaking 2-1 overtime loss to Duke University. Not a regular starter, […]
Molly Sunderdick’s first-half goal was all the GW women’s soccer team needed for a 1-0 win against Wagner College in the Colonials’ home opener Friday at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex. Head coach Tanya Vogel said her team controlled the play from the opening kickoff. “I think we had about 90 percent of the possession […]