February 13, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 47

Stories from the February 13, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Around Campus

Lieberman to speak on bioterrorism Senator Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.), a 2004 presidential candidate, will keynote the first in a four-part seminar series about homeland security Friday in the Marvin Center. Lieberman will speak at noon, capping off the morning session, which begins at 8:45 a.m. He will cover bio-terror threats and U.S. readiness. Brad Roberts, […]

GW men routed at Dayton

The Colonials fell behind on the road for the second straight game Wednesday night at Dayton, but this time the GW men’s basketball team couldn’t muster a comeback as the Flyers handed the team its third straight loss. After falling to Rhode Island by just five points last Saturday, GW fell out of the game […]

SA Senate Notes

2003-2004: Student Association candidates President: John Costanza, Adam Greenman, Kris Hart, Jon McDaniel, Graham Murphy, Steven Sobel, Daniel Teles Executive Vice President: Mundo Acosta, Eric Daleo, Laura DeLucia, Jeff Schrimmer, Reid Wilson Senators: Undergraduate At-Large (two): Amy Garber, Adam Ramey, Brendan Regan, Lee Roupas Undergraduate CCAS (six): Shendrina Alexander, Mohammed Ali, Ken Anderson, Aaron Bock, […]

From the Heartland: Everybody loves a winner?

With all the recent talk in The Hatchet about school spirit – or the lack thereof, here at G-dub – I’ve noticed a common theme: “If we had a winning team, then I’d have school spirit.” To these students I ask, would you support a basketball team that has won 20-plus games 11 times in […]

Staff Editorial: Drop the act

The University’s rationale to stop accepting academic credit from unaffiliated study abroad programs is to ensure the “integrity and reputation of the GW degree.” What the administration does not tell students is that the main reason for the October change is purely financial – this is a way to charge students GW tuition even when […]

Greek Briefs

University evaluates Asian fraternities and sororities GW is in the process of selecting Asian fraternities and sororities to colonize on campus. Last semester, the University sent out a letter to Asian student organizations on campus asking them to organize groups of students to apply for University recognition. Out of the seven groups applying, four were […]

Column: Politics on the mind

My drunken roommate stumbles through the door, takes a swig of water, burps and collapses on his bed. He turns on the TV, channel surfing through a deluge of images, from G-string divas to Conan O’Brien to Star Trek. He finally makes his choice, opting to watch “NewsNight with Aaron Brown,” which tonight features a […]

Crime Log

Disoderly Conduct 2/9 Pennsylvania House – 2:44 a.m. Case closed An individual was knocking on several doors when a UPD officer found him in a hallway. The individual was combative and uncooperative when the officer asked for his identification. The individual also had a bruised face, a bloody mouth and bloody hands. The individual was […]

Manouch: “A catalyst for conversation”

Although city permits restrict Manouchehr Nava’s vending times to 1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 10 p.m. on weeknights, many students said they enjoy grabbing one of his famous hot dogs after a late night of partying or studying. Found six days a week outside Tower Records on 21st Street, Nava, known as “Manouch,” provides […]

Staff Editorial: Let us know

The director of the FBI said colleges and universities may be targets of the next terrorist attacks. The country is on the second highest threat-level for an attack. Yet, the University remains at normal alert level. The University, especially the newly created Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management, should be more proactive in letting […]