September 29, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 15

Stories from the September 29, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Letters to The Editor

A lesson from 9/11 Gary Livacari’s Sept. 22 article (“GW above the ideological fray,” p. 5) is a testament to the efforts of GW to honor the victims and heroes of September 11 with respect and solidarity. In addition, we sought to remind our campus and community of the horrendous effects of terrorism and demonstrate […]

Staff Editorial: Maximize learning opportunities

Students are becoming increasingly discontent with the technology in classrooms on two fronts. It is a mix between professor ineptitude and malfunctioning equipment with slow technical assistance. First, professors in high-tech rooms should go out of their way to prepare to use the costly equipment, or else it is money poorly spent. One ceiling projector […]

Column: SJT and the hurricane conspiracy

It’s been ten days since Hurricane Isabel roared into Washington like … a glorified rainstorm with some gusty winds. I do not want to have to remind anyone of that traumatic Thursday when the world stopped, but it’s my job to report the facts. And the fact is that your president and mine, Stephen Joel […]

Women’s soccer extends best start in team history

The GW women’s soccer team weathered a flurry of offensive pressure early in the second half and got a goal from senior Kim Warner to beat visiting Creighton University Sunday, 1-0. The victory came on the heels of a scoreless double overtime draw to Richmond on Friday in the Colonials’ first conference game of the […]

Atlantic 10 moves toward expansion

The Atlantic 10 will likely invite two or three schools to join the conference within the next several weeks, GW officials told The Hatchet last week. With the Big East reportedly set to extend invitations to four Conference USA schools, the A-10 will look to act quickly once the Big East announces a decision. “It’s […]

Johannsson leads men to second win

The GW men’s soccer team rallied behind two goals and one assist from senior Arnar Johannsson to defeat Towson University Saturday, 4-1. It was the Colonials’ second victory of the year, with both wins coming at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex. After a slow start to his team’s season, GW head coach George Lidster said […]

Colonials run well in the mud

The intense rain and wind from Hurricane Isabel turned the cross country course in Centreville, Va., into a giant mudslide last week. But area teams spent the week training on the wet, slippery terrain and it showed at last weekend’s GW Invitational. The host Colonials ended with top five finishes from both its teams – […]

Volleyball wins A-10 opener

The GW volleyball team opened Atlantic 10 conference play with an impressive 3-0 victory over Duquesne Saturday night at the Smith Center, improving the Colonials’ overall record to 12-2. Freshman Juliene McLaughlin led the GW charge in a breakout game for the rookie. Her statistics were not overly impressive, with 14 kills and a .333 […]

From corsets to the pushup bra

Women have a wide range of choices when it comes to undergarments. The adhesive, skin-molded, shock absorbent, 18-hour, clear strap, pushup gel bra; wonder; fantasy bras and even the “smart bra” are just a few choices found around the world today. Over time the brassiere has moved from its original purpose of supporting the bust […]

Men’s water polo goes 2-2 at ECACs

The GW men’s water polo team had a successful weekend at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championships in Providence, R.I. this weekend, especially considering it was the tenth seed going into the ten-team tournament. Playing four games against good teams, the Colonials won two and lost two, beating top-seeded Queens College and Johns Hopkins University […]