October 23, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 22

Stories from the October 23, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet.

SHS offers flu shots

With flu season set to begin in November, GW Student Health Services is offering vaccination clinics for students until next week. More than 400 students and faculty members received flu shots for $15 on Wednesday in the Marvin Center. Another clinic will be held Wednesday in the Mount Vernon Pub from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 […]

GW to begin SBPM construction

Construction of a new business school building will begin next month after a year of delays. The $56 million-facility, Ric and Dawn Duques Hall, will be erected between Funger and Madison halls on 22nd Street and will feature high-tech classrooms, a 115-seat auditorium and a stock trading room. The building will be connected to Funger’s […]

GW In Brief

Student group offers new political viewpoint A prospective GW student organization will bring a new view on the Middle East conflict to campus. The Middle Eastern Christian Student Alliance, which is applying for official recognition from the Student Association, promotes social awareness of Christians in the Middle East, founder Adam Ramey said. “The Christians of […]

Crime Report

Simple Assault 10/19 – Marvin Center 3:08 p.m. – case closed A male individual unaffiliated with GW approached a University Police officer on H Street complaining that two male students were making remarks about his mother. The subject then threw a cup of coffee at the students. No injuries were sustained and the subject was […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday Colonial Invasion 8:30 p.m. Smith Center Navaratri $5 for members, $8 for non-members 7 p.m. to midnight Marvin Center Grand Ballroom Sponsored by the Indian Students Association Friday Kegs on Kogan 1 to 4 p.m. Kogan Plaza Sponsored by the Center for Alcohol and other Drug Education Peer Educators Passion in Paradise Date Auction […]

Greek Briefs

Rev. Al Sharpton to visit American U. The local chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity is bringing Rev. Al Sharpton to American University on Friday. Sharpton will discuss voter registration. “(Sharpton’s presidential) campaign manager contacted us on Monday,” said Kappa Alpha Psi member Mo Kierstedt. “(His) campaign manager is a brother in our fraternity.” Sharpton […]

SA Notes

Senators consider mandatory summer session Student Association Vice President for Academic Affairs Drew Sindlinger addressed the Student Life Committee at its biweekly meeting Tuesday to address senators’ concerns about the Alternative Academic Calendar. Senators said they are concerned about the impact a mandatory summer session would have on student groups. They said the SA would […]

Bar Belle: Lindy’s Red Lion

Carded: yep Cover: nope Dress: I guess so Specials: Plenty Like many GW students, my parents were in town this weekend. While a visit from the folks might cause great stress and anxiety for some, I rarely have that problem with my family. That’s because after over a dozen visits since freshman year, I know […]

Iraq funding passes House, Senate

Posted 12:00am October 24 by Melissa Kronfeld U-WIRE Washington Bureau President George W. Bush’s $87 billion plan to reconstruct Iraq and Afghanistan passed in both the House and Senate last week, but not before a contentious debate between lawmakers. Emotions ran high as both Republicans and Democrats questioned the priorities and financial intentions of the […]

Mystic River review

When labeling a movie a thriller, most would envision a certain formula. A murder leads to an obvious suspect. But wait! Climactically, this suspect is vindicated with obscured details that point decisively to the most harmless or uneventful character in the film. A second outcome could be more manipulative. The uneventful character is really innocent […]