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.

Honors symposium focuses on environment

More than 100 honors students participated in the semi-annual Honors Symposium this weekend, which included group presentations and lectures by experts concerning world environmental concerns. Titled “The Ecological Challenge: Pollution, Protection, Controversy,” Honors Program Director Peter Rollberg said this fall’s symposium followed a different format from past years. He said he invited three speakers instead […]

Letter: Don’t miss conservatives

I certainly do miss GW for numerous reasons, but the irrelevant ranting of conservative students is definitely not one of them. In response to the news piece on Bush’s visit (“Bush speaks on campus,” Oct. 17, p.1), I would just like to note that an educational institution blessed with the abundant resources of Washington, D.C. […]

GW presents appeals zoning case

Judges for the District Court of Appeals listened to arguments on GW zoning restrictions from University and D.C. attorneys Thursday morning, but set no time frame for a final decision. Representatives for the District Board of Zoning Adjustment appealed an April decision that shot down their provision requiring the University to house 70 percent of […]