September 12, 2002

Volume 99, Issue 13

Stories from the September 12, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

D.C still draws talent

Some GW athletic coaches said they were initially concerned about attracting student athletes to Washington, D.C. after September 11, but those fears have since been quelled by strong recruiting classes and athletes saying they were not afraid to attend GW. Men’s soccer head coach George Lidster said he initially thought what had once been his […]

School to alter faculty complaint line

Looking to ensure personal rights, the Faculty Senate will propose an alternative to GW’s current anonymous faculty complaint line this week. After months of discussion about its negative impact on faculty security, officials said the senate will focus on the line at its meeting Friday. The line, which allows students and faculty to leave anonymous […]

Men’s basketball loses recruit

The GW men’s basketball team lost yet another player this week when the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse informed the team that freshman guard Carl Elliot will not be academically eligible to play this year. Elliot, who will no longer attend GW, is a 6-foot-3-inch point guard from Trinity-Pawling High School (Brooklyn, N.Y.) that signed a national […]

9/11: Bringing business back into the District

Asmat Pikar is looking for real estate. He has checked out some places near the Capitol. He wants something with a lunch crowd nearby. A year ago, Pikar was not sure his Adams Morgan restaurant, Afghan Grill, would survive. Now, he is preparing to become a chain. Pikar is one of many in the D.C. […]

UPD increases H St. safety

Although GW placed a University Police officer in front of the Marvin Center last week because of construction, there are currently no plans to permanently station an officer there or close off H Street, officials said. Michael Gargano, associate vice president for Student and Academic Support Services, said officers may be stationed outside the H […]

Around Campus

Former GW student killed in apparent murder-suicide A former GW student and his brother were found dead in their Bethlehem, Pa. apartment Friday, according to the Associated Press. The brothers were victims of an apparent murder-suicide. Andrew Parker, a junior who transferred from GW to Lehigh University this year, is accused of murdering his brother […]

9/11: GW revamps crisis procedures after attacks

Some professors ended classes as soon as they heard about the attacks, while others kept students in class because they did not know what else to do. The GW women’s volleyball team continued their morning practice until a student ran into the Smith Center almost an hour after the Pentagon was hit, warning them about […]

Crime Report

Harassment 9/10/02 – Guthridge Hall 11 p.m. Two roommates filed a complaint when a third roommate made “unreasonable demands” at the time of her move-in. Closed, referred to Student Judicial Services 9/10/02 – 1957 E St. 11:50 p.m. Individuals filed a complaint when a roommate who the Community Living and Learning Center assigned tried to […]

9/11: Defining Patriotism: One Year Later

The flags are up again. A year after September 11, the patriotic symbols of our country are again adorning the cars and homes of a nation still in mourning. On the streets of Foggy Bottom and GW, the mood is reflective – patriotism is a malleable concept, each person adapts their own. “You don’t see […]

Greek Briefs/SA Senate Notes

Greek Briefs Twenty-five Kappa Sigma brothers will pull a Boeing 727 at Dulles Airport Sept. 21 to raise $1,000 for the Special Olympics. The fraternity will also have a barbecue Tuesday Sept. 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. to kick off Rush Week, which lasts until Sept. 21.  Phi Sigma Kappa is hosting band […]