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.

Staff editorial: Big Brother

On Jan. 1 the Immigration and Naturalization Service will begin the large-scale tracking of foreign students in the United States. GW must be certified to use this tracking system by Jan. 30 in order to retain its ability to accept international students. There is no question that GW will be certified by the necessary time […]

U.N. Approves Iraq Resolution

Posted 3:07 p.m. Nov. 11 by Marcus Mrowka U-WIRE (DC BUREAU) (U-WIRE) WASHINGTON–The United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a resolution with specific guidelines to disarm Iraq of weapons of mass destruction last week, marking the latest step in President George W. Bush’s campaign against Saddam Hussein. The resolution warned Hussein that he must stop […]

Back to my childhood with Mickey Mouse

2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 Orlando, Fla Disney’s Magic Kingdom Getting off the monorail and setting foot into Magic Kingdom immediately put me in a childlike euphoria. I hadn’t been to Disney World since I was eight, 12 years ago. I could not believe how much time had passed. The minute my friends and I […]

Staff editorial: Go to town

For two weeks The Hatchet has reported on financial mismanagement by the Student Association. The facts have been presented and investigations are supposedly underway, but those responsible are still going about their business in the SA, “representing” students. Students, except for a few, remain apathetic that SA officials, who violated SA bylaws and participated in […]

American Inequality and the Question of War

Posted 6:39 p.m. Nov. 13 by Melissa Kronfeld U-WIRE (DC BUREAU) (U-WIRE) WASHINGTON–For months the Bush administration has argued in favor of a necessary change for the Iraqi regime. Their plan: to launch a pre-emptive strike with a full-scale invasion to topple Saddam Hussein. Hussein poses a threat to national security and to the security […]

Slam nights at teaism

“And I take your heart . and I put it in my blender . and I press pulse, whip, then liquefy. Now your heart is a mess . in my blender . how does that feel,” Madame Hillary, known at her law office day-job as Patrice Winslow, reads to her audience. Her words are weighted […]

BBall Preview:Men look to surprise doubters

It’s 5 p.m., practice has been over for 30 minutes and Chris Monroe is taking jump shots from behind the three-point line. Five, six, seven, eight, nine in a row. The senior shoots from the same spot as freshman Mike Hall feeds him the ball and watches in admiration. Neither of the two players needs […]

Battle of the sexes

Q: I’m a freshman with a boyfriend back home that I’ve been with for the last three years. I love him and miss him a lot, but only being able to call him and see him every few months is eating me alive. I didn’t think that a long distance relationship could be so hard […]

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. […]