I could not be more proud to be a student at The George Washington University as the candlelight vigil, held on the Quad to remember September 11, was the most beautiful experience I have had at GW in the last three years. Never have I felt more unified with my fellow students, both as my […]
September 16, 2002
Volume 99, Issue 14
Stories from the September 16, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Posted 8:51 p.m. Sept. 18 by Rati Bishnoi U-WIRE (DC BUREAU) (U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – Amid a fledgling economic climate where tales of bankruptcy scandals unfold as quickly as small town gossip and the unemployment rate rises to new heights, not everyone faces an uncertain financial future; at least not in the nation’s capital. As par […]
Townhouse Row has the potential to expand and improve Greek-letter life on campus, but its vague planning and lack of fraternity and sorority commitment could inhibit current ideas for a Greek Village. To create this Greek Village, both the administration and the Greek community should work together to finalize details and set firm plans for […]
We appreciate the Hatchet’s recognition of our decision to stay on the air in Monday’s article “Fees threaten WRGW (Sept. 9, p. 1).” Our decision is not without careful research and attention to the constant monitoring of the situation. WRGW has been working wholeheartedly with administration to determine the best way to handle the circumstances. […]
The events of 9/11 focused the attention of the country like no other event in history. Seeing their greatest buildings imploding was, for many, the most traumatic and horrifying footage Americans had ever seen. Now, a year later, we, the living, have assumed the task of remembering those who have fallen. As anniversaries go, “9/11 […]
The GW volleyball team lost two of its three matches at the Boise State Invitational this weekend, finishing third overall in the four-team tournament. The Colonials (6-4) beat host Boise State University Friday and fell to Eastern Washington University and No. 8 University of Utah Saturday. Eastern Washington (11-0) went undefeated to win the tournament […]
I just had an orgasm. Summer, in the sexual escapade that is life (full of hasty fumblings, unfulfilled expectations and lonely mornings) is the climax, that blissful release that the whole year builds up to. That warm weather in May is like foreplay, it heats things up and gets you thinking about what’s to come. […]
The defending Mid-American Conference Champion Ohio Bobcats lived up to their billing Friday afternoon when they handily defeated the GW women’s soccer team 5-2 in Athens, Ohio. Senior midfielder Kimberly Sanders scored her first career goal in her first game against her twin sister Rachel, a defender for Ohio University. Despite Sanders’ goal and an […]
In response to Pietro M. deVolpi’s letter (“Defending Patriotism,” Sept. 12, p. 5), I would like to bring attention to the fact that over seventy countries’ people fell victim to the tragedy of September 11. If we truly mourn the lives lost, we have no business discriminating between the ethnicity and nationality of the victims. What right do we have to rally around those deaths as solely American, just because they occurred on American soil? Or do you mean to say that your heart only goes out to the “American” victims?
So we don’t have a football team. It is a sad reality every Saturday, and if you’re like me, sometimes you weep openly until you fall asleep amid tissues and a carton of ice cream while watching your third SportsCenter of the night. But as my colleague Brian Costa informed us in an article a […]