September 29, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 15

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

Hooters: A girls night out

Hooters 825 7th Street N.W., a block away from the Chinatown Metro station 962-0965 Hooters is not a restaurant that I would ever imagine myself spending a Thursday night at. In fact, I counted, and there were probably a dozen or fewer women dining in the restaurant, and this includes my friends and I. This […]

Campus Calendar

Monday Dean 2004 Table 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Marvin Center Lobby Student Conservation Association Internship Info Session 4 to 4:30 p.m. Career Center Workshop Room Sponsored by the Career Center “Wild Party” auditions 7 to 8 p.m. Philips Hall B-120 Sponsored by Generic Theatre Company Tuesday Fall Career Fair 2 to 6 p.m. Marvin […]

Campus Briefs

Ben Folds comes to Smith Center Ben Folds will perform a live concert on Saturday, Nov. 1 at the Smith Center at 8 p.m. Tickets will go on sale Oct. 6 at the TicketMaster on the first floor of the Marvin Center. The first 2,000 tickets will be available exclusively for students for $20 with […]

Students prep for 2004 race

With the 2004 presidential primary elections set to begin in January, GW students are beginning to organize groups in support of the Democratic and Republican candidates. The only two official democratic campaign groups are GW Students for Clark and Dean 2004, although the College Republicans are actively throwing their support behind President George W. Bush. […]

University gives SBPM green light

University officials gave the initial go-ahead to start construction of a new business school building, administrators said Friday. The move comes two weeks after a District court delayed the enforcement of a city order preventing GW from building non-residential facilities. University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg said GW’s Board of Trustees would need to affirm the […]

Local ANC looks to fill spot

The local Advisory Neighborhood Commission is accepting applications to fill an empty seat previously held by a GW student. The ANC is split into more than 35 separate panels representing District neighborhoods and discusses issues that affect D.C. residents and makes recommendations to the city council and mayor. The local ANC 2A seat has been […]

Nation in brief

Law schools file suit against Pentagon (U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – A coalition of law schools and professors filed a lawsuit against the Pentagon two weeks ago, alleging a law allowing the U.S. military to recruit on college campuses is unconstitutional. The Forum for Academic and Institutional Rights filed the lawsuit in Federal District Court in New […]

Officials critique writing course

While administrators and several professors are praising the academic merits of a new freshman writing course currently being phased into the University, at least one professor has questioned the benefits of the program for faculty. Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs Donald Lehman said GW developed the class, University Writing 20, to make students’ writing […]