October 6, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 17

Stories from the October 6, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet.

WEB EXTRA: Varsity Roundup

Golf team takes fourth at Temple Invitational The GW golf team battled through rough weather to finish fourth out of 13 teams this weekend at the Temple Invitational in Moosic, Pa. Sophomore Dan Mirabella led the Colonials, placing eighth overall with a nine-over-par 151 in the two-day tournament. Sophomore Andrew Gallo also played well, placing […]

Come and take a 4-Ridealong

Sept. 13, 9 p.m. – 2:30 a.m – Saturday night is still young and a tightly-knit pack of students stumbles into the street, a few of them waving to the van they’ve cut off. The van driver, Anthony Smith, shakes his head a little and smiles. “I used to look and wonder. Now I just […]

The artist under the stairs

No one ever expected to see a moustache on Diana Ross. “People always get upset at me because I put a moustache on her,” said Eric Marlow, 52, with a laugh. “I like to take people and push them to the limit.” Every day, GW students stream in and out of the Gelman library with […]

Battle of the Sexes

Question: One of my roommates, “Liz,” is a definite morning person, and she has a habit of waking up before her alarm clock and going to take a shower without turning it off. Practically every day, either my other roommate or I are woken up by Liz’s alarm and have to get up and shut […]

Something’s fishy here!

Legal Sea Foods 2020 K St. N.W. 496-1111 M-Th. 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. F. 11 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. Saturday 4 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Closed Sunday George Clooney and HBO are trying to tell all of America that K Street is a place of power. From lobbyists to consultants, this isn’t only the […]

Students criticize lack of sexual health care

While Student Health Services provides a number of options for sexual health care, some students said they are disappointed with the current services. Student complaints include the inability to see a gynecologist at SHS and receive long-term contraceptive prescriptions. However, SHS offers contraceptives on a short-term basis and an emergency contraceptive, commonly known as the […]

GW awaits Supreme Court decision

The U.S. Supreme Court will decide this month whether to hear GW’s case against a city housing order. The decision will end or breathe life into the University’s three-year battle to reverse a D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment order intended to curb its growth in Foggy Bottom. The order originally required the University to house […]

Don’t forget about football!

Finally, the Atlantic 10 has been caught amidst the flurry of expansion that has bombarded the ranks of college athletics. What started out as the Atlantic Coast Conference ransacking the Big East for its top football schools, Miami and Virginia Tech, has now snowballed into a larger domino effect. The question is: What does that […]