October 28, 2002

Volume 99, Issue 26

Stories from the October 28, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Food for thought

The air temperature has turned from hot and humid to crisp and cool. Thoughts of apple cider and pumpkins come to mind. Besides being cut into jack-o-laterns, pumpkins also have several culinary uses like eating the seeds or making soup, tortellini, pie, ice cream and cookies. These cookies are a great way to celebrate fall, […]

Anti-war protesters converge in District

Tens of thousands of protesters, including more than 100 GW undergraduates, law students and professors, peacefully gathered on a soggy, muddy National Mall Saturday to voice their opposition to a possible U.S. war with Iraq. The demonstration, organized chiefly by International Act Now to Stop War and Racism, a coalition of anti-war groups, drew nearly […]

Halloween 101

Beneath the beauty and serenity of the White House, the monuments and the Potomac River there is an imminent darkness. Here remain tales of history that are usually left out of brochures and walking tours. Among the government figures and residents are countless ghosts that call Washington, D.C. their home. Inside the White House, Abigail […]

SA senators discuss impeachment

Student Association senators are investigating alleged finance violations by SA President Phil Robinson that could be grounds for impeachment. Robinson said he is “perplexed” by the Senate’s actions concerning a $200 expenditure, for which a form lacked proper signatures. The May Expenditure Authorization Form was for a dinner at the University Club with Presidential Administrative […]

Professional dancer visits GW

Traveling back to the United States from Holland is not rare for GW alum Vincent Cacialano, but this month his trip to the States was not just to visit his family in Norfolk, Va. On Oct. 13 the improvisational dancer arrived at GW to spend a week teaching classes in the Theater and Dance Department […]

Students volunteer for community over weekend

Thousands of GW students made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, painted houses, played with children and worked with the elderly Friday and Saturday as part of A Night to Give Back and Make a Difference Day. A Night to Give Back Despite a lack of celebrity guests and large door prizes at this year’s “A […]

Bargain hunting on an Abercrombie campus

10:50 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 21st and G streets “Coffee, doughnuts, bagels! Fall sale today!” A United Church member, with a green felt hat atop his gray head, lures passers-by to the brownstone church across from the GW Law School. It’s that time of year again, characterized by a brisk autumn breeze and items spilling […]

Gore calls for healthcare reform

Former Vice President Al Gore called for a “national defense public health act” at GW Thursday in his third major policy speech since September. The 2000 Democratic presidential candidate said the nation is vulnerable to biological attack if it goes to war with Iraq and “the United States demands a new response.” Gore, who spoke […]

Forum: A global dilemma – Students respond to study abroad option cuts

Money is motivation Lynn Leonard’s justification for cutting study abroad options that “student enrollment in non-affiliated programs has an impact on the integrity of the GW academic program and the value and reputation of the GW degree,” (“GW cuts study abroad options,” Oct. 24, p.1) is nothing more than bureaucratic rhetoric. Since, as the article […]

Alcohol-related hopsitalizations rise

Alcohol-related student hospitalizations have almost doubled from this time last year, with at least 28 so far this fall, University officials report. Up from 16 last year, the incidents are divided evenly between freshmen and upperclassmen, with a majority of female students reported. GW officials attribute a rise in student hospitalizations for alcohol-related incidents to […]