April 28, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 65

Stories from the April 28, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Departing editors: Arts editor bids adieu

To: N.C.A.L. Reports Committee From: Sydney Millstone, Minister of Covert Operations RE: Andrew Phillips/The National Park Service Dear Mr. Chairman, I am writing in response to your query regarding my aid in operation “Defoliate for Fun and Profit.” I have, as you know, for the past few years conducted an investigation, and am sorry to […]

Column: No room for prejudice in government

I’d gotten my hopes up after Trent Lott’s resignation as Senate majority leader this winter. His own party’s reactions to his comments at Strom Thurmond’s birthday that vaguely, yet favorably, recalled the aging senator’s racist views in past years made me think that perhaps Republicans would no longer tolerate intolerance. That perhaps the party currently […]

Housing lottery troubles persist

More than 170 students were still waiting to choose campus housing for next year as of Sunday evening, after a selection process marked by unexpected technical problems and room shortages caused a weekend’s worth of delays. Housing officials said junior and senior rooms were filled by about 8:15 p.m. Sunday, while sophomore housing also closed […]

COLUMN: Poverty and Iraq

Posted April 30 8:00 p.m. by Melissa Kronfeld U-WIRE Washington Bureau The war has ended and “The New Iraq” is emblazoned on every headline. But this “New Iraq” should represent more to us than just simply the rebuilding of the one nation. Now that we have fought our first pre-emptive war, let us give our […]

Friends, family recall fond memories of Ki-Seong Kim

Friends and family said they remember sophomore Ki-Seong Kim as a family man who always had a smile on his face. Kim was a devout Christian, as exemplified in the countless hours he spent volunteering at his church in Maryland, friends said. Kim, 21, took his life Friday shortly after seriously wounding a University of […]

Staff Editorial: When technology goes bad

We have Information Systems and Services to thank for making GW one of the 100 most- wired universities in America, but this year’s perpetual flaws with online services dulls our adulation. Regular Webmail disorder and recent housing selection snafus have plagued students, causing confusion and frustration to ferment. The administration would be wise to encourage […]