September 25, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 14

Stories from the September 25, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Column: An encouraging case of Hoya paranoia

At least two students from Georgetown University went around Thurston Hall last weekend with a blue marker and wrote several variations of “GW sucks” inside the building. Let’s clarify that. These kids weren’t doodling on someone’s marker board. This was a systematic defacement of five floors, an elevator and a stairwell that someone must have […]

Students converge on GW for Democracy Day

About 65 student leaders gathered at GW last week to learn about the inner workings of the democratic process at the second annual Democracy Day. The event featured a variety of government officials, media writers and experts on terrorism. The day also included a panel debate between students about youth empowerment, skyrocketing college tuition and […]

Shakespeare Spoofs Hollywood

As Madonna claims in her recent hit, everybody comes to Hollywood. Even, on occasion, Shakespearean characters. Complete with the Bard’s staple plot element – confused cross-dressing – “Shakespeare in Hollywood” is a wonderfully clever new play. Ken Ludwig’s (“Crazy for You”) tale about the making of the Warner Brothers’ 1935 movie version of Shakespeare’s “A […]

GW in Brief

Web site offers free restaurant food Students can get free food from popular local restaurants delivered to their residence halls for the next two weeks just by placing their order on the Web. Campusfood.com is introducing its Web site to campus this week by offering free meals from local restaurants, including the Little Cafe, Philadelphia […]

African History Manifests Artistry

“As a Negro … I do not need to go looking for ‘happenings,’ the absurd or the surreal because I have seen things that neither Dali, Beckett, Ionesco, nor any of the others could have thought possible.” – Romare Bearden The artist Romare Bearden lived through the Harlem Renaissance and modern Civil Rights Movement. For […]

Greek Briefs

Kappa Sigma places in plane pull The Kappa Sigma fraternity placed 19th out of 57 in an airplane pull Saturday to raise money for the Special Olympics. The event took place at the Dulles airport, and groups of people pulled planes as far as they could to raise funds. Kappa Sigma contributed $1,000 of the […]

A.W.K.: Is he for real? Let’s find out

Hatchet: Is this the first time you’ve played a college show? Andrew W.K.: This is the third or fourth one we’ve done, and I don’t mean this as any disrespect at all to the organizers or to George Washington University, but I was talking to some kids today, and many students didn’t even know we […]