June 16, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 4

Stories from the June 16, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Reviews: Hollywood Homicide

L.A. is a place that scares me. What scares me is not the seedy atmosphere, but the fact that if I ever get killed there, a goof-ball like Josh Hartnett would be policing my corpse. “Hollywood Homicide” (Columbia Pictures) is a movie based in some very generic concepts. Joe Gavilan (Harrison Ford) is the hard-nosed […]

Places to go

Memorials and Museums Vietnam, Lincoln and Korean memorials 23rd Street and Constitution Avenue NW Three of D.C.’s most famous memorials are just minutes away from campus. Getting there: A short walk from campus. The Phillips Collection 1600 21st Street A large permanent collection and rotating exhibitions make the Phillips Collection one of the country’s premiere […]

Reviews: Finding Nemo

A great white shark pulls you down into the murky depths of the sea, what do you do? You join his 12-step meat eaters anonymous group, of course! Well, you would if you were a fish in the new Disney/ Pixar animated film “Finding Nemo.” This bubbly underwater adventure brings the voices of actors Albert […]

A heart to ‘Hart’ with the SA president

Rising junior Kris Hart won the Student Association presidency and became the leading voice for GW’s student body following a narrow election in March. The SA functions as the student government, providing resources for students, allocating money to student organizations, sponsoring events and catering to students’ needs. Although the Springfield, Pa. native is younger than […]

GW vs. D.C.: a look at the on-going conflict

One of the first lessons incoming students come to learn is that the University has poor relations with Foggy Bottom community groups. GW and the District are engaged in a court battle over how much the University can build and how many students it needs to house. This story is The Hatchet’s try to give […]

D.C. offers job variety

Unlike students on most college campuses, GW freshmen have the opportunity to build their resumes from the start – by working at one of hundreds of revered organizations in the nation’s capital. GW students intern and work for law firms, senators on Capitol Hill, magazines and newspapers and non-profit agencies, among other places of employment. […]

Between the Lines: In search of sports at a political school

If you’ve made it to CI, you probably already know people come to GW for political rallies instead of pep rallies, and would rather see a presidential debate than a basketball game. But if you’re like I was two years ago, you still need your sports fix, whether that means having a team to root […]

Freshman dives into student organizations

Each incoming freshman class boasts hundreds of former high school class presidents, community service leaders and yearbook and newspaper editors. But with more than 250 clubs and organizations at GW, assuming a leadership position in a student organization can seem like a daunting task for a freshman. But sophomore Audrey Kruse proved it can be […]

GW adds frosh writing program

Following a national trend toward an increased focus on college students’ writing skills, GW will introduce a new freshman writing course this fall. The four-credit class – University Writing 20 – will replace the traditional freshman English requirements and focus heavily on writing skills. In the weeks prior to Colonial Inauguration, 700 randomly selected incoming […]

MVC preps for freshmen

Although the Mount Vernon Campus will exclusively house freshmen for the first time this fall, officials said it will not significantly impact life at the suburban campus. But students will see the addition of a new residence hall and possible improvements in dining options and shuttle service. “This isn’t going to have a major effect […]