May 1, 2003

Volume 99, Issue 66

Stories from the May 1, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Waiting for next year

I’ve always thought it odd that there’s never been a movie made about the Boston Red Sox winning the World Series. It’s just a reoccurring reflection, obviously not so consuming a contemplation that I actually take matters into my own hands and write one myself. It’s just something that nags me every time I sit […]

At the movies … One con artist , one class trip

City of Ghosts in theaters Friday Don’t pay eight bucks for this. Even the matinee price is stretching it. That being said, MGM’s City of Ghosts is a decent movie, taking place in mysteriously exotic Cambodia, involving kidnapping, murder and prostitution. It just might be better left to the video store rack than the theater. […]

Departing Editors: Waiting for next year

I’ve always thought it odd that there’s never been a movie made about the Boston Red Sox winning the World Series. It’s just a reoccurring reflection, obviously not so consuming a contemplation that I actually take matters into my own hands and write one myself. It’s just something that nags me every time I sit […]

Column: When technology works, nobody notices

Over the past several years the GW community has seen a rapid growth in the use of technology to make the daily lives of our students easier. There has been an exponential growth of online services over the past few years, including web-based registration, retrieving grades, receiving textbook list and buying books, completing the financial […]

SNAPSHOT

Homeland security secretary Tom Ridge speaks at a National Press Club luncheon Tuesday April 29th.

Column: Hard work, good relations key to coverage

New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger once described making the transition from the newsroom to an executive editorial position as “coming down from the hills to shoot the wounded.” While my tenure as editor of the Hatchet is coming to an end, I like to think the only battles I’ve fought, as a reporter or […]

CRIME REPORT

Burglary/Non-force 4/24 Lafayette Hall Open case A male student reported that several items, including a Swiss Army Knife and a DVD, were stolen from his room. Destruction 4/23 New Hall Open case A piece of paper attached to a billboard was lit on fire. The University Police Department is investigating the incident. Disorderly Conduct 4/27 […]

Letters to the editor

Stronger coverage As the tragic events involving the suicide of Ki-Seong Kim and attempted murder of his significant other unfolded, I have found myself increasingly bothered by the way this newspaper chose to cover this horrible tragedy. I understand the fragile and intricate nature of a story like this, but I feel that The Hatchet […]

SA NOTES

Senate considers cabinet appointments The Senate confirmed all of Student Association President Kris Hart’s cabinet nominations up for consideration at the second official 2003-2004 Senate meeting Tuesday. “I’m very pleased that all my nominations on the table were confirmed unanimously and without objection,” Hart said. “This is a triumph for students, and shows what can […]

Staff Editorial: A year in review

After another year of passing judgment on a slew of University changes, The Hatchet thought it pertinent to revisit the good, the bad and the in-between changes that took place during the 2002-03 school year. Thumbs up * 4-RIDE – Administrators were able to find an extra $181,000 to improve and expand the 4-RIDE system, […]