August 25, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 6

Stories from the August 25, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Women’s crew coach leaves for Indiana

Steve Peterson resigned as director of rowing and women’s rowing head coach earlier this month to accept the women’s head coaching job at the University of Indiana-Bloomington. This leaves the GW women’s rowing team in search of a coach with just more than a month before the fall season begins. GW Director of Athletics Jack […]

Title IX upheld by courts, administration

The U.S. Department of Education ended its reconsideration of Title IX in July without making any changes to the 30-year old legislation, signaling a major victory for women’s rights advocates on the controversial issue. The decision came after a federal judge in Washington rejected the claims of a lawsuit filed against Title IX, issuing a […]

Sports Briefs

Men’s basketball releases non-conference schedule November: Sat 8: Universal All-Stars (exhibition) TBA Sat 15: EA Sports (exhibition) TBA Fri 21: at Charlotte 7:35 p.m. Tue 25: Florida International 7 p.m. Red Auerbach Colonial Classic – 28th and 29th at GW Fri 28: St. Francis (NY) vs. William and Mary 6 p.m. Fri 28: GW vs. […]

University cancels Midnight Madness

As the hours lead up to midnight on Friday, Oct. 17, the Smith Center will be packed with students, parents and alumni. But unlike in the past decade, the arena will be filled with Whoopi Goldberg fans instead of GW basketball fans. Citing the loss of a basketball focus and increased hoopla from side acts, […]

Staff Editorial:MPD’s show of force

In what is becoming an annual tradition, the Metropolitan Police Department will be stepping up its enforcement of underage drinking laws the first few weeks of school in an attempt to scare students straight. Undoubtedly, within the first few days of school several GW students will be arrested, forced to pay up to a $300 […]

Letters to the Editor

Bring transparency to SA I believe elected representatives have a responsibility to show their constituents how they vote. However, the policy of the Student Association Senate is to vote by secret ballot for its most important decisions. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that our student government appalls so many students. It is about […]

Staff editorial: 51: On the brink

The U.S. News World and Report rankings extended numerically for the first time beyond 50 to include the top 123 schools, no longer lumping all “second tier” schools together. The change is important for GW, which, since falling out of the top 50 a few years ago, has been grouped with schools with worse reputations. […]

Colonial Mail debuts

GW students, faculty and staff should expect faster service and more options from the recently introduced Colonial Mail, technology officials said last week. The University made the switch to the new service to provide users with better service than the previously used Webmail. Johnny Bret Jones, director of Technology Engineering, said Colonial Mail is a […]

Future of academics requires student feedback

Welcome back from your summer vacation. Whether you spent the last three months relaxing, working or taking classes at a cheaper college closer to home, I hope all of you treasured the last three months. Because back on campus, the University released a report addressing a number of significant academic changes, foremost among them, the […]

GW thwarts computer virus

University technology officials said they have prevented a computer virus that has infected millions of computers worldwide from wreaking havoc on GW’s e-mail server. Johnny Bret Jones, director of Technology Engineering, said GW’s virus scanner is stripping virus-laden e-mails before they reach Webmail inboxes. The messages appear in inboxes, but no longer carry the virus. […]