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.

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 […]

GW cheerleaders won’t seek U Md.’s varsity status

Cheerleading is not a sport. At least not at GW, where it falls under the classification of a student activity. But at the University of Maryland, cheerleading became a varsity sport last month, as the school created one squad to cheer at games and one to attend competitions while providing a total of 12 new […]

University reacts to New Hall security breach

Housing officials shut off student GWorld access Friday to a New Hall storage room containing archived housing information including student Social Security numbers and senior administration correspondence. The Hatchet discovered last week that students living in New Hall could enter the storage closet, located in the first-floor community room. The room held files for the […]

Seniors say farewell with key A-10 win

Everyone wondered, prior to Sunday’s game, if senior Kim Warner would score in her final home game as a Colonial. The prolific scorer and Atlantic 10 leader in goals answered just two minutes into the game against Temple, netting her 40th career goal as a Colonial and her conference-leading 11th of the season. Warner added […]

Law professors vote to sue Pentagon

GW Law School professors voted Friday to join a group of law schools suing the U.S. Defense Department for allegedly discriminating against gays. If Law School Dean Michael Young approves the decision, the school will become a member of a coalition of law schools that claims the Solomon Amendment, which withholds federal funding from universities […]