October 9, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 18

Stories from the October 9, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Kucinich, Nader address D.C. interests

Presidential hopeful Dennis Kucinich and Green Party leader Ralph Nader berated politicians for neglecting issues affecting District residents at a rally in northwest D.C. Tuesday night. More than 500 people rallied for issues affecting D.C., including voting rights, health care and funding for public libraries. The rally, held at the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church […]

Cat-astrophy!

Is “CATS” the worst show in Broadway history? Loaded question, I know. It’s difficult to gauge, and even more so to qualify, what the masses crave in any given era, but during his reign over the New York and London box offices, Andrew Lloyd Webber managed to release one show after another, each assembled out […]

Love: Real or just a chemical reaction?

All that is romantic about falling in love is soon dispersed in the passionate opening scene of “Dopamine” (Sundance Film Series). As Rand (John Livingston, TV’s “CSI” and “JAG”) and Sarah (Sabrina Lloyd, TV’s “Sports Night”) begin kissing intensely, Rand doesn’t describe the butterflies in his stomach or his weak knees, but rather, the chemical […]

White House under fire amid leak allegations

Posted 12:47pm October 11 by Ilana Weinberg U-WIRE Washington Bureau The Bush administration is under fire recently, after two senior administration officials allegedly revealed the identity of a covert CIA agent to syndicated columnist Robert Novak and five other journalists in July. The Justice Department has begun an investigation to track down the White House […]

Bar Belle: Visions

Where: 1927 Florida Ave. N.W. Cover: None Carded: At the bar Dress: Casual Specials: $10 “kick the keg” midnight movie; happy hour specials 5-7 p.m., 10:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Back home in the suburbs, where strip malls and fast food joints rule the land, 25-screen, stadium-seating movie theater megaplexes have been popping up like crazy. While […]

Staff Editorial: Emergency plans prove well-conceived

When a gas-fueled blaze erupted Tuesday on 23rd Street after workers demolishing the old hospital ruptured a gas line, University administrators promptly enacted contingency plans that ran surprisingly smoothly. Students witnessed calm hospital employees evacuate about 120 patients to an emergency triage center set up in the Smith Center and University Police Department officers working […]

SA Notes

WRGW records Senate meeting WRGW recorded the Student Association Senate meeting live for the first-time Tuesday night in an effort to increase student accessibility and interaction. Students heard the proceedings live on the WRGW Web site, www.gwradio.com, and will soon be able to listen to archived copies online. “It was a very well put together […]

Staff Editorial: Fan Fare: good riddance

Fan Fare, the abandoned dining option that served ballpark foods in the Marvin Center ground floor, will go down as one of the worst food venues in recent GW history. Luckily for students, GW will soon replace it with Montague’s Deli – the old J Street favorite replaced by the Salad Garden this fall. While […]

Greek Briefs

Kappa Kappa Gamma plans kickball tourney The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority will host “Kappa Kickball” later this month to raise money to fight breast cancer. Members said they invited different GW student groups to participate in the event, including other Greek-letter organizations. “There seems to be a very positive response so far,” said Emily Elliott, […]

Column: Donate blood and save a life

Roughly 220,000 pints of blood are on campus right now. It’s time they be put to good use. Every day trauma victims, premature babies, cancer patients and others need a total of 38,000 units of blood. A transfusion is needed in this country once every two seconds, according to the American Red Cross. Conscious of […]