February 27, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 51

Stories from the February 27, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

A Rock Reeducation

As the Strokes, on repeat, begin to splinter the eardrums, you’re met with a realization. “There’s got to be more to this rock resurgence. There’s just got to be.” “The bands” might offer a momentary escape from the MTV doldrums, but are they really reinvigorating the rock scene? Nah. Don’t be so quick to weep […]

Breaking News: Hart, Sobel to face in SA run-off

Posted 5:30a.m. Preliminary Election Results STUDENT ASSOCIATION President (Top two candidates will face in run-off next week) -Kris Hart-33 percent -Steve Sobel-18 percent Executive Vice President -Eric Daleo-51 percent PROGRAM BOARD Executive Chair -Jon Reiling For full story and complete results check www. GWHATCHET.com throughout the day.

BAR BELLE: Girls Gone Wild…part II

Where: Angles, 2339 18th St., NW Carded: Maybe Cover: None Dress: I just don’t know anymore You know when you revisit a childhood memory and learn that it’s not what it was at all? Like finding our Mr. Rogers is a pedophile or that Snuffy beat Big Bird. That’s how I felt last weekend when […]

Crime Log

Simple Assault 2/22 Marvin Center – 2:10 p.m. Open case Hippodrome staff called University Police after a fight broke out between two students. UPD arrived on the scene and found one individual was bleeding after being hit in the face. The individual indicated he was hit after refusing to give food to another student, who […]

Best of GW 2003

Thank you everyone for your participation! The results of The GW Hatchet’s Best of GW Survey are now posted! Congratulations to our Winners! Prize Winner First Prize: $50 gift certificate to Luigi’s Restaurant! Claire Buxton Second Prize: Lunch for 2 at La Prima! Nikola Otlans Third Prize: Night for 2 at Loews Cinemas, Georgetown! Rebecca […]

INTERVIEW: Clutch enough for March?

Last season the GW women’s basketball team was undefeated in conference play and riding a 15-game winning streak heading into its final regular season game. But a loss at Massachusetts followed by a first-round loss to Xavier in the Atlantic 10 tournament dashed any NCAA Tournament hopes. After accepting a bid to the WNIT, the […]

Around Campus

Provost named to Homeland Security panel The White House Homeland Security Panel appointed University Provost John “Skip” Williams to the federal Emergency Services, Law Enforcement and Public Health and Hospitals Senior Advisory Committee Friday. The panel, created by President George W. Bush in 2002, provides information from the U.S. emergency response community to the Homeland […]

Hart confident, Sobel expects tight race

Posted 6:00 p.m. 2/28 And then there were two. Junior Steve Sobel will face off with sophomore Kris Hart for the Student Association presidency next week after the two garnered the highest vote counts in a hotly contested eight-person race. Election officials announced the results at 5:15 a.m. Friday to candidates in the Hippodrome, who […]

Letters to the Editor

GW then and now I am a 23-year-old sophomore here at the University. I matriculated as a freshman at GW in the fall of 1997, left in the spring of 1998, then returned in the spring of 2002. Those four years gave this University a facelift – no, make that a complete body lift – […]