April 24, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 64

Stories from the April 24, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Colonial Cash attracts locals

Area restaurant officials could see more business from GW students next year when the University combines meal points and debit dollars in a new program called “Colonial Cash.” The new payment plan will provide a wider variety of eating options but will force many students to purchase larger meal plans. This range of options places […]

GW men’s basketball update

The Pennsylvania Valleydawgs selected senior Chris Monroe as the 38th pick in the United States Basketball League draft Tuesday, April 15. Monroe said he is uncertain if he will spend any time in the semi-pro league. If he did, it would only be after he graduates from GW and it would primarily be to gain […]

Sports Briefs

GW ranked fifth on A-10 student-athlete honor roll GW placed fifth on the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll last Thursday, with 165 student-athletes making the list. All student-athletes currently holding a 3.0 cumulative GPA made the honor roll, which totaled 1,783 students from the 12 A-10 universities. Women’s rowing led GW with 27 student-athletes on […]

Column: Pre- and post-war perspective from abroad

Pre-war opinion American patriotism falls flat in a country far from the red, white and blue. As an American abroad, I ask how can I hold my head up high when the stomachs of my British neighbors churn at the thought of fighting our battles? Propaganda runs rampant, and I’m scared to open my mouth […]

The Vagina comes again

Somewhere, deep inside, my vagina has a really, really smart brain.” Eve Ensler’s play (it’s actually a staged reading) “The Vagina Monologues” may be the first of its kind to actually encourage keeping one’s mind in their pants. It’s a call to women everywhere to embrace their true center, which happens to be about two […]

Letters to the editor

Don’t end alumni e-mail I was quite disappointed to learn that our (alumni) e-mail accounts, which we were told we would have for life, would be deleted on June 2. This has been my sole e-mail address and frankly, I liked it that way. I think that the University should have discontinued the service beginning […]

Georgetown gallery gives artistic voice to an “Age of Unreason”

Forget your preconceptions of dullness. Forget the stereotypes that shadow the world of art. Pure expression, unyielding honesty, total engagement with reality; such things that have made art powerful in the past are now resurrected in the present with the Museum of Contemporary Art in Georgetown. Directors M.V. Clark and Felicity Hogan collection of works […]

MVC shuttle to up hours

University officials said they might add more Mount Vernon shuttle vans next year after use of the service increased by 70 percent over the past year. Officials are also looking into possibly making the shuttle a 24-hour service, as the campus is set to house strictly freshmen next year. John Kane, operations manager for the […]