April 21, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 63

Stories from the April 21, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

GSEHD ranks 19th in nation

The Graduate School of Education and Human Development now ranks 19th among national schools of education in this month’s U.S. News and World Report, a jump of 16 slots from last year’s 35. The GSEHD also ranked ninth among private institutions, up from the 11th spot, which the school held for four consecutive years. Temple […]

Top GW recruit Ricky Lucas shines in regional all-star game

Next season’s highest-ranked recruit for the GW men’s basketball team gave fans a glimpse of the future Thursday night at the MCI Center. Ricky Lucas, a 6-foot-5 swingman from Herndon, Va., had 11 points and nine rebounds despite playing a team-low 14 minutes in the regional game of the 30th annual Jordan Capital Classic. The […]

CASA hosts fashion show

With a larger-than-expected crowd, the Chinese American Student Association kicked off its first annual fashion show by adding 50 extra seats to the Marvin Center Grand Ballroom before the program started. With food, music, dancing and fashion, the free event drew more than 150 students. The first half of the show was dedicated to traditional […]

Women’s tennis nabs fifth at A-10s

The GW women’s tennis team earned a fifth-place finish at the Atlantic 10 Championships at College Park, Md. this weekend. The fifth-seeded Colonials lost to eventual runner-up Massachusetts but went on to beat Dayton in match for fifth place Saturday. Second-seeded Temple won the tournament for the first time since 1995, defeating fourth-seeded Massachusetts in […]

Colonials extend win streak to five

The GW baseball team won the second annual Jackie Robinson game, beating Duquesne 11-5 in the front end of Saturday’s doubleheader. The Colonials (24-11, 4-5 Atlantic 10) went on to win their next two games to sweep the series and extend their winning streak to five games. Freshman Tom Shanley won the Jackie Robinson award […]

Hospitalizations double this year

The number of students hospitalized for alcohol-related incidents has almost doubled from last year to this spring, according to a report released this month. Despite the increase in hospitalizations, there has been a slight decrease in the total number of liquor law violations. Seventy-four students were hospitalized as of April 18, compared with 38 students […]

Men’s b-ball to add six

The GW men’s basketball team will add six new faces to its roster next year and all are expected to be immediate contributors, head coach Karl Hobbs said. The Colonials have received letters of intent from guards Ricky Lucas and Carl Elliot and verbal commitments from J.R. Pinnock and Jaaron Greene. Transfers LaFonte Johnson and […]

Rev. Sharpton addresses Dems

The Rev. Al Sharpton, a 2004 Democratic presidential candidate, criticized the war in Iraq and underscored the importance of promoting civil liberties to a packed Funger Hall Thursday. Sharpton promised he would not impose his religious beliefs on others and scolded the Bush administration and religious conservatives for blurring the line between church and state […]

Seeing double

It’s morning at the Mount Vernon soccer field. A forward sprints down the field to score a goal during practice. That same afternoon, an athlete bearing a striking resemblance to the soccer player sprints to catch a fly ball in the outfield at the nearby softball field. Coincidence? No, it’s just another day for Rebecca […]

GW looks to boost faculty diversity

GW officials plan to implement a number of new techniques to bring diverse faculty members to University classrooms, including adding a minority to the search committee and recruiting more Hispanic professors. Despite hiring 35 women and 28 minorities for professor positions this year, academic affairs officials said they are attempting to close the diversity gap […]