October 27, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 23

Stories from the October 27, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Campus Calendar

Monday President of Romania, H.E. Ion Iliescu, receives GW President’s Medal 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Media and Public Affairs building, Jack Morton Auditorium Sports Law panel and discussion 5 to 7 p.m. Law School Great Room Chinese American Student Association game night 8 p.m. to midnight Hippodrome Tuesday The Health Status of the World’s […]

Finding faith, finding a home

In a period of life that involves important transitions, many GW freshmen turn to one or more of the many on-campus religious communities available to them in order to bond with peers and find direction in a new environment that can sometimes seem large and impersonal. Faith takes a high priority among many students, prompting […]

Chipotle vs. Baja Fresh

Chipotle 1837 M St. N.W. On the corner of 19th and M streets 466-4104 by Sarah Ransbottom “Two things, thousands of ways.” But what exactly are these two things? Tacos and burritos. Where can you find them? On the corner of 19th and M streets, just a short stroll from campus. But these aren’t the […]

Varsity Roundup

Women win, men lose in swimming against JMU The GW swimming teams had mixed results against James Madison Saturday at the Smith Center, with the women winning 125-112 and the men losing 135-107. Freshman Monica Pampell, senior Kristin Rasmuson and sophomores Maggie Moss and Christina Boland teamed up to win the 400 medley relay in […]

Home game is Warner’s last

Sunday was Senior Day for the women’s soccer team at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex, meaning it was the last time one of GW’s greatest female athletes, Kim Warner, played in front of a home crowd. “She is the best player I’ve coached or played with at GW,” head coach Tanya Vogel said. “And I […]

Here is the church and here is the steeple

Nestled deep within the GW campus, with its fire-engine red doors and beautiful brick walls, St. Mary’s is both a spiritual home for students and residents and an architectural treasure. Although it is currently sandwiched between Hillel and the Health and Wellness Center on 23rd Street, it has managed to keep its independence and its […]

Column: Misrepresenting Bush’s economy

The American economy is recovering, and recovering fast. Productivity, home ownership, across-the-board income levels, retail sales and consumer spending are all rising rapidly. The foundation of our economy, the American stock market, has recovered nearly $3 trillion in lost wealth. We have also recovered nearly 70,000 jobs, and many economists are predicting a 5 percent […]

Battle of the Sexes

Q: I’m trying to land this girl, and I’m not having much luck. She’s friendly enough, but when the moment comes, I get left hanging there. Her friends say she won’t hook up with me because she thinks I’m sketchy. That might be partially true, but I still really want to nail her. How do […]

Column: Sorry state of liberal dissent

Each year thousands of activists converge on Washington, D.C., under the banner of ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), an organization whose aims include, as its name suggests, stopping war and ending racism. This weekend, ANSWER voiced displeasure with the ongoing American occupation in Iraq. The group may actually be relevant this […]

Colonial Invasion kicks off season

The first ever Colonial Invasion marked the start of the GW basketball season Thursday night at the Smith Center, showing off the men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as GW’s spirit program. The dance team, cheerleaders, pep band and mascots were all on hand for the festivities, which drew 1,100 fans, according to University […]