March 6, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 53

Stories from the March 6, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Bonnies’ Sanctions send waves through Atlantic 10

While the possibility of GW hosting a first-round tournament game became less likely after a loss to Xavier last week, it became impossible after Atlantic 10 opponent St. Bonaventure forfeited six conference wins because of an ineligible player on its men’s basketball team. This means GW, which had a chance to secure the fourth seed […]

Color in a black and white world

Black is a Color is a three-gallery exhibit featuring the work of black artists drawn from the Corcoran’s permanent collection. Black is a Color shows the viewer that African-American art and identity are inextricably entwined. The pieces in the first gallery are the most colorful in the display, but the most captivating pieces are found […]

Duquesne’s star makes early exit

SOUTH KINGSTON- Beth Friday averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds for Duquesne this season, but the stat line from her final collegiate game will read 0 points, 0 rebounds, and one minute played. It actually took less than 30 seconds. After an Ugo Oha miss on the first possession of the game, Friday came down […]

Around Campus

Students bid for top housing picks Although the University is looking for additional housing accommodations and has not yet collected Intent to Return forms, the Residence Hall Association will host Martha’s Marathon Friday night. Martha’s Marathon is an auction for the top five housing selection numbers. The RHA will auction off numbers two to five […]

Movie: The Queen is back

Bringing Down the House 2 Hatchets With an unlikely duo like Steve Martin and Queen Latifah, both respected actors in their own right, you are bound for success, right? You’ve got star power, so what could possibly go wrong? Oh yeah, the script. Talented actors can only take a film so far when its headed […]

Bush addresses reporters, nation

Posted 12:30a.m. March 9 by Marcus Mrowka U-WIRE Washington Bureau “Saddam Hussein and his weapons are a direct threat to this country, to our people, and to all free people,” President Bush said in his 2nd prime-time news conference Thursday night. Bush addressed concerns of an impending war with Iraq the night before Chief Weapons […]

Crime Log

Simple Assault 2/24 Gelman Library – 11:02 a.m. Case closed A female individual unaffiliated with GW entered the library and got into a verbal altercation with an employee. She also kicked and pushed the employee. The argument arose over a personal relationship. The employee wanted to press charges; Metropolitan Police arrested the woman and charged […]

Between the Lines: Presidents’ folly adds to disarray

It’s been a rough week for the Atlantic 10. Monday, the league was forced to impose sanctions on St. Bonaventure after the NCAA ruled the Bonnies had been using an ineligible player for most of the season. Later that evening, Rhode Island announced it was investigating allegations that former coach Jim Harrick, Sr.’s staff and […]

Poets speak out on war

Speakers urged the Bush administration not to go to war in Iraq and called for world peace at Wednesday night’s Poets Against the War program. More than 200 people filled the Marvin Center Continental Ballroom to capacity, forcing organizers to turn away several latecomers. Rep. Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) and University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg also […]

SA Senate Notes

Trachtenberg discusses trimester system University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg spoke to the Senate for almost an hour on Tuesday about his proposed trimester system, which may have GW operating year-round by fall 2005 at the earliest. “How can we use our space and facilities most efficiently and in a way that helps our students?” Trachtenberg […]