September 8, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 9

Stories from the September 8, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Letters to the Editor

SA alienated Former House Speaker Sam Rayburn was once quoted as saying, “You cannot be a leader, and ask other people to follow you, unless you know how to follow, too.” The supposed leader of our University student body has demonstrated that he does not follow elementary parking laws. Signs are posted clearly as to […]

Volleyball sweeps invite

The GW volleyball team was an unfriendly host for its invitational tournament at the Smith Center last weekend, winning all three of its matches in the GW Invitational without losing a single game. Senior captain Sarah Hokom led the Colonials with a combined 21 kills and 38 digs, earning the tournament’s Most Valuable Player award. […]

Women beat Hoyas for split

The GW women’s soccer team split a pair of games at the Eurosport Hoya Classic last weekend, beating cross-town rival Georgetown 2-1 on Sunday after falling to Virginia Commonwealth University 1-0 on Friday. Beating the Hoyas was particularly sweet for the Colonials after losing to Georgetown in their last three meetings. “I really, really wanted […]

Men look for new leadership

The GW men’s soccer team is not expecting the 2003 season to be a rebuilding campaign, despite losing five seniors from last year’s NCAA Tournament squad. Senior captains Fabio Andrade and Justin Evans said the 2003 Colonials have a good chance to advance even further in the NCAA Tournament than last season, when they lost […]

Officials plan to replace two HWC courts

The University must replace the third- and fourth-floor basketball courts in the Lerner Health and Wellness Center, after a soccer ball set off the sprinkler system more than a week ago and caused the floors to flood. Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Facilities Tony Vecchione said replacement is likely to begin this week on the […]

Second City lights up Lisner

GW students watched as a doctor, his patient and his patient’s husband sat on the Lisner Auditorium stage, which was temporarily converted into a doctor’s office. “I’m afraid I’ve found a lump in your breast,” the doctor informed his patient as a hush fell over the crowd. After seconds of contemplation, the patient’s husband rose […]