November 11, 2002

Volume 99, Issue 30

Stories from the November 11, 2002 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Food for thought

The heat is turned on in the residence halls and outside the temperature is falling into the 30s at night. With wintertime comes flu season. The flu shot may not be an option, so simply do what moms have always told their children – make some chicken soup. Chicken is easily recycled from other dishes. […]

Men lock up spot in A-10 Tournament with win

The GW men’s soccer team earned a bid to the Atlantic 10 Tournament for the second time in the past three years after shutting out Richmond Saturday at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex. The Colonials’ fate was still uncertain after the 2-0 victory, but a Duquesne victory sealed the GW’s fate later that night. The […]

Rock singer speaks, sings at Lisner

Graham Nash of the rock group Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young spoke candidly to about 20 students and 450 community members about his childhood, experiences with the band, and his friends Thursday night in Lisner Auditorium. Interviewed by Cerph Colwell, a classic rock disc jockey from WARW 94.7 FM, Nash talked to the disc jockey, […]

Women fall inches short at A-10s

Kim Warner’s last minute shot was rolling towards Rhode Island’s empty goal, inches away from tying the game and giving the Colonials an opportunity to force the game into overtime Friday. A win in this game would send GW to its first Atlantic 10 tournament championship since 1997. But Rhode Island defender Kelly Irvin reached […]

Building XX in demand for theater, dance groups

Theatre and dance department students and faculty said they want to control television studio space in Building XX, which they have been using on a permission-based status since last year. GW officials said the department will have exclusive scheduling rights for the space until the spring, but cannot determine who will take control of the […]

Vogel shines on both sides of GW’s bench

Tanya Vogel graduated from the GW women’s soccer team in 1996 as one of the most successful players in Colonials history. A highly decorated athlete, she was named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Year in 1996 and still ranks fifth on GW’s all-time points list with 52. Not only was Vogel successful, her team […]

Soy to the world!

“Whatcha doin?” my roommate asked me as I stared at a blank computer screen, the cursor taunting me as it blinked endlessly in the upper left-hand corner. “Writin’ a piece,” I replied, obviously lying. Writing involves typing, and a case of writer’s block made my fingers fear for the keyboard. “On what?” “This stuff here.” […]

Students look for full-time campus TV station

Despite the state-of-the-art Media and Public Affairs building and the strong presence of CNN on campus, officials said a viable GW television station similar to other schools’ stations is “not likely.” School of Media and Public Affairs officials said the University is trying to integrate television production into the curriculum, but a full-time television station […]

Letters to the editor

Blackford Defense This letter addresses the recent public attention on Sen. J.P. Blackford (SEAS-G) of the Student Association. While I was in graduate school at GW, I served several terms as an SA senator, including time on the Senate Rules Committee, which Blackford chaired. I always respected Blackford’s integrity and judgment even when we disagreed […]

GW hosts Latin American diplomat

El Salvadorian Ambassador Rene Antonio Leon Rodriguez discussed his country’s new democratic system and its economic development in a speech at GW Saturday night. The Ambassador spoke at a program called “Journey to El Salvador” hosted by the International Students Society in the Marvin Center’s Grand Ballroom. He received a warm welcome from the audience […]