January 23, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 41

Stories from the January 23, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

D.C. Baseball: D.C. gets another chance

“Wait ’til next year.” The expression was started by Brooklyn Dodgers fans around the 1940s and 50s when the Brooks were good but played perennial second fiddle to the New York Yankees. The Dodgers lost the World Series in ’41, ’47, ’49, ’52 and ’53, making those four words the mantra for teams that came […]

Crime Report

Burglary 1/20 – 619 22nd St. 8:16 p.m. case open An individual reported that a stereo and $30 in cash was taken from her apartment. 1/18 – Mitchell Hall case open An individual indicated that his laptop was stolen from his room. Robbery/Force 1/18 – Off campus 10 p.m. case open A UPD officer was […]

The Full Nelson: Despite losses, patience will pay off

I don’t know too much about the stock market. Essentially, my knowledge extends to this: you do research on a company, buy low, sell high and turn a pile of change into piles of cash. Sounds pretty good. Well, I’m here to sell you a sports stock, and its official title is the GW Men’s […]

SA Briefs

Alcohol bill rejected After intense debate, the Senate rejected a proposal to change Student Association bylaws to prohibit SA funds from being used to purchase alcohol by an 18-5 vote Tuesday night. “I’m really disappointed that the legislation didn’t pass, especially when it was simply the right thing to do,” said Sen. Dan Moss (U-SBPM), […]

INTERVIEW: Stutter John and friends or how to say pussy in sign

“That’s how you say pussy in sign language?” Both entertainer and interpreter recoil in looks of pure shock. “Pussy … pussy … pussy.” The audience wasn’t sure if they could laugh or not as the entertainer began to berate the interpreter. Little did they know, it would get much worse before it got any better. […]

Op/Ed:GW ignores student housing concerns

The Housing Committee of the Residence Hall Association has had an ongoing dialogue with the University about how the housing selection process could be improved, a relationship that has resulted in many positive improvements over the past few years. Diverging from such a mutual atmosphere, the administration has made dramatic and sudden changes to the […]

Staff Editorial: Hello Commonwealth?

Students requesting University housing next year might get a great view of the Potomac, but there is a chance it will be from the other side of the river. The record class of 2005, with by 300 unexpected incoming freshmen in 2001, has forced the administration to acquire even more housing for next year as […]

Letters to the editor

Protests important As a former student, Hatchet staffer and veteran of several D.C. protests against the Vietnam War, I read with interest Alex Kingsbury’s piece “GW: A Rich History of Anti-War Protests” (Jan. 21, p. 8). Coincidentally, last Saturday I attended my first peace march since my GW days, here in San Francisco. Some things […]

Greek Briefs

Professional fraternities hold fair GW’s three professional fraternities will have representatives in Kogan Plaza Monday to talk to students about the benefits of joining their organizations. Delta Sigma Pi, a business fraternity, Beta Alpha Psi, an accounting fraternity, and Theta Tau, a fraternity focusing on education, will join together for the first time at GW […]

Op/Ed: What good is spilling blood?

I am very much at peace with the fact that Student Association President Phil Robinson vetoed the resolution on joint Israel/United States relations. Taking a position unnecessarily on such a divisive issue puts the student government at odds with a significant portion of the student body. What I am concerned about is that this resolution […]