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.

Reflections on the barrell of a gun

A fine-featured woman throws her head back laughing uproariously. She chatters enthusiastically in indecipherable gibberish to another woman, who sits tied to a single chair on the stage. The theater blacks out and a blast of tango music bursts from the house speakers. What follows? Obviously, it’s a large black man dressed in a Chinese […]

WEB EXTRA: Hart wins election, looks to reform SA

Posted 6:30 p.m., Friday March 7 Kris Hart edged out Steve Sobel for Student Association president Thursday, winning by 91 votes. Hart, a sophomore, garnered 53 percent of 2,021 student votes to Sobel’s 47 percent. “We did it,” Hart said. “We’re going to have a great SA. The SA is coming back to the students.” […]

GW women’s basketball seeks tourney revenge

At first, it would seem like nothing is new for the GW women’s basketball team this March. Just like last year, they won the Atlantic 10 regular season. Just like last year, they are the No. 1 seed in the West. And just like last year, they have a first round bye in this weekend’s […]

INTERVIEW: Swedish girls make for hot nights

Draped across a plush leather couch, I feel awkward, not because it’s an interview, but because I not used to this sort of thing. I’m in a bar, with two fairly attractive young women, and they’re talking to me. “What’s your sign?” won’t work on these two. They’re battle worn music veterans. Sure they’re cute […]

Colonial women maintain poise, knock off Duquesne

SOUTH KINGSTON-GW head coach Joe McKeown wasn’t too worried when his team let its nine-point lead over Duquesne drop to one point in Friday’s second-round game of the Atlantic 10 tournament. He didn’t even take off his jacket. He knew his team remembered all too well what an early exit from the conference tournament would […]

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 […]