October 2, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 16

Stories from the October 2, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

SA Notes

Judicial advisers provide free services The Student Association initiated 11 Student Judicial Advisers to work to help students better understand the judicial process if charged with University violations. The advisers volunteered their services to the SA. SJAs work with counselors from Student Judicial Services to learn how to help students create their witness statements, go […]

Black…It’s like space without the stars

Some viewers have complained that the film “Dead Poets Society” has an utter lack of serious rocking out. “Sure, it taught me to believe in myself,” some viewers might say. “But where’s the gut-wrenching drum solo?” Well, the wait is over. Jack Black (“High Fidelity”) is about to answer your prayers in his newest movie, […]

Traffic accident prompts H Street safety concerns

A silver Lexus hit a female graduate student in front of the Marvin Center Tuesday evening. The heavy traffic flow of the 2100 block of H Street has prompted officials and the city to discuss closing it off in the past. The student, Jessica Burt, was taken to GW Hospital where her bruised left foot […]

Bar Belle: Rhino Bar

Where: 3295 M St. N.W. Carded: Twice at door Dress: preppy Specials: none on Friday night, but go on Saturday for $2 drinks until midnight When I mentioned to a friend who went to Georgetown University that I was planning to go to Rhino Bar, he immediately told me it was the sketchiest place in […]

Students, administrators debate mandatory summer

A mandatory summer session was the central focus of a tense meeting between administrators, faculty and student leaders Tuesday night. Charles Karelis, chair of the University’s committee to explore acedemic calendar options, answered student and faculty questions, and discussed pros and cons of the proposed system. Under a changed calendar, the University would mandate rising […]

Column: It could happen to you

There is something that I really need to tell you. Are you sitting down? Good. You need to know that I am in an abusive relationship. I am telling you this, so maybe you cannot make the same mistake I did. What happened to me can happen to anyone. We all have the same likelihood […]

Provost enables more SJT travel

The appointment of a University provost last semester is allowing GW President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg to travel abroad more freely this year. Trachtenberg, who recently returned from a trip to London, is set to visit the Middle East in October and China in December, both GW-related trips to “follow up on resources, plan joint ventures, […]

Gallo, golfers win tournament

The GW golf team won the Rehoboth Beach Fall Invitational Monday in Rehoboth Beach, Del. Sophomore Andrew Gallo led the Colonials, shooting an even-par 72 in the first round and a blistering 69 in the second round to claim the individual title. As a team, GW shot a two-round total 588 to set an overall […]

UPD to improve Townhouse security

University Police officials are working with the Greek-letter organizations living in Townhouse Row to develop security procedures and curb underage drinking at GW’s newest residential facility. UPD Chief Dolores Stafford said security measures at Townhouse Row have proven effective so far, adding that no alcohol violations have been recorded since the facility opened to students […]