February 3, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 44

Stories from the February 3, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

D.C. sniper investigator speaks on campus

Montgomery County Police Chief Charles Moose, who ran the sniper investigation this fall, spoke to a Marvin Center audience Friday about the importance of leadership and standing by one’s convictions. The event, part of the School of Business and Public Management 2002 Leadership Retreat, featured the chief talking about crisis management. “If your job and […]

Columbia tragedy hits GW

Hours after NASA officials announced the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated Saturday, GW’s principal space expert was doing his part in the information gathering effort. Dr. John Logsdon, director of the space policy at the Elliott School of International Affairs, conducted interviews with dozens of international media outlets this weekend. Logsdon said he felt a “certain […]

Graham Colton performs at GW

Rock band Graham Colton returned to GW for the third time this year Friday night as part of the Ballroom Series in the Marvin Center’s Grand Ballroom. With a mellow crowd, Graham Colton’s repertoire ranged from the upbeat melodic tunes “Jessica” and “Save me” to “Matthew,” a song lead singer Graham Colton wrote for his […]

E-mail service returns

After a week of server slowdowns and failures, most students were able to access almost all GW e-mail functions by Sunday. As of Sunday night, ISS officials reported that e-mail had been restored to user inboxes back to the beginning of semester, Jan. 11. Students said they found other ways to communicate with family, professors […]

Conservatives convene in Crystal City

Thousands of conservatives including hundreds of students converged in Crystal City, Va. this weekend for the 30th annual Conservative Political Action Conference. The conference included dozens of conservative pundits, academics and politicians and was a showcase for conservative organizations from the Heritage Foundation think tank to groups like the Counter-Clinton Library, a group raising money […]

Officials suspend NE service site

The Office of Community Service suspended its partnership with a Northeast elementary school after four students were robbed near the site Jan. 21. The students were returning from tutoring at Neval Thomas Elementary School with seven other volunteers when three men stopped them on Anacostia Avenue near the Minnesota Avenue Metro stop. The group, including […]

MC officials consider Einstein’s move

Einstein Bros. Bagels may relocate to the former Colonial Computers space to reduce overcrowding and heating and ventilation problems in its current location in the lower level of the Marvin Center. The University plans to make the switch by next fall and officials hope to start construction as soon as they receive a “feasibility report” […]

Fraternities prep for rush

Spring fraternity rush begins Monday, bringing revitalized advertising, high expectations and a host of activities. After fall rush failed to fill the expectations of some fraternities, the University is making a serious commitment to expanding Greek life on campus. “The publicity is 100 times better than it was last spring,” said Laura Taddeucci, director of […]

AROUND CAMPUS

Stress series discusses sucessful sleep The Coping with Stress Series on the Mount Vernon Campus will discuss secrets to successful sleep, including methods for falling and staying asleep Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. in Eckles Library. The event is sponsored by the department of Recreational Sports and Fitness Services, and is open to all […]