September 11, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 10

Stories from the September 11, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Crime Log

Liqour Law Violation 9/7 – 1957 E St. – 1:09 a.m. Case Closed Metropolitan Police notified University Police that they transported an intoxicated student to the emergency room for excessive alcohol consumption. Referred to Student Judicial Services 9/6 – Thurston Hall – 1:25 a.m. Case Closed UPD found an intoxicated student vomiting on the floor. […]

Men rally but fall short in OT

The GW men’s soccer team scored two goals to tie the game in the final seven minutes of regulation Wednesday afternoon, but the formidable late-game comeback could not save the Colonials from a loss against Maryland-Baltimore County. GW lost 3-2 in overtime after senior forward Arnar Johannsson scored the game-tying goal in the 90th minute. […]

Column: Where are GW conservatives?

A letter to the editor in today’s edition (“Diversify opinion,” p. 5) brings up a serious point about Hatchet opinion content – it so far has been nearly void of conservative expression. It is important to note, however, that not one conservative submission has been turned away in favor of more liberal content – there […]

International leaders discuss shared values

A symposium on the shared values of Israel, the United States and Latin America Tuesday strengthened a continuing effort to bring political and cultural awareness to campus and the world, organizers said. The event, which attracted an audience of 300 people, featured panelists Miguel Rodriguez, former president of Costa Rica, a Shapiro Scholarship recipient and […]

At the Movies

“Once upon a Time in Mexico” by Jeff Frost Let’s talk about things that are cool. Guitars, for one. Guns, hot chicks, Mickey Rourke, explosions and hotter chicks also make the list. Now let’s put them all together in the boiling pot of Mexico. Antonio Banderas is having a dinner party, my friends. And everyone’s […]

Kohler’s sculptures explore simplicity and serenity

Observers lean in close to the glass figures, trying to figure out where they’ve seen these simple structures before. Twisting fingers behind their backs, onlookers fight the urge to reach out and let their prints feel the frosty texture opposite their eyes. Minds are drawn back to summers at the beach; mesmerized visitors scan the […]

Breaking News: Thurston resident contracts meningitis

Posted 7:10 p.m. September 11— A Thurston Hall resident contracted meningitis and was taken to GW Hospital Wednesday night, officials confirmed Thursday. The student, a male freshman, is being isolated and is undergoing treatment, said Isabel Goldenberg, a university physician and director of Student Health Administration. Officials said initial tests indicate the student is not […]

Women’s Soccer Preview

The 18 returning players on the GW women’s soccer team are ready to finish what they started. After a loss to Rhode Island in the Atlantic 10 Tournament semifinals last year ended their first postseason run since 1998, the Colonials said they will now look to go one step further by winning the conference championship […]

Staff Editorial: Two years later

For students who were on campus Sept. 11, 2001, the day is one we will never forget, a day that changed the course of history and the way we perceive the world. GW students will forever remember the smoke billowing from the Pentagon across the river, the boisterous mass exile that swept through the city […]

Congress returns from recess with full plate

Posted 9:43 September 11 by Ilana Weinberg U-WIRE Washington Bureau Congress returned last week from its summer recess to address a number of issues facing the nation this fall. Chief among these include the growing struggle over Iraq, pressure to pass the Medicare prescription drug bill, school vouchers, and the effects of the summer blackouts. […]