January 21, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 40

Stories from the January 21, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Magazine dubs prof most beautiful

When anthropology professor Richard Grinker returned from a trip to South Africa over the summer, the last message he expected to receive was from Washingtonian magazine. A 40-year-old expert on Northeast Congo, Grinker was told he would be featured as one of Washingtonian’s “25 Most Beautiful People in D.C.” “I was not going to do […]

GW: A rich history of anti-war protests

Once known as the “Holiday Inn of revolution,” the GW campus continues to play an integral role in Washington demonstrations. From the election of 1968 to the nationwide University strike following the Kent State shootings, the GW campus has been at the center of momentous social change for decades. Though the “glory days” of war […]