November 6, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 26

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

SA Notes

SA investigates unlimited Metro pass A coalition of D.C. student leaders is floating a plan that would allow students to purchase unlimited Metrorail passes through their universities. The D.C. Metro University Student Alliance is researching a proposal that would give students the option of adding an extra fee to their tuition bill in exchange for […]

Cinema Sinner: Crawlspace

Disclaimer: These films deal with deranged material and are meant for mature audiences only. To enjoy this film with your date: Clothes: A college moving company’s T-shirt Food: Your filthy roomate’s dried puke Music: “Dead Man on Campus” soundtrack You come home and find your place trashed. Your John Belushi “Animal House” poster has been […]

Crime Log

Illegal Dumping 4/24 – Ross Hall 3:20 a.m. – Open Case A University Police officer observed a male individual throwing trash bags into a compactor. The man then leaped into his vehicle and sped away before the officer could question him. Unlawful Entry 4/24 – Marvin Center 9:20 a.m. – Case Closed UPD called Metropolitan […]

D.C. students remember Yitzhak Rabin

GW and Georgetown students commemorated the life of former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on the eighth anniversary of his death Tuesday. GW’s Student Alliance For Israel and the Georgetown Alliance For Israel co-sponsored the event, held at GW Hillel. The program featured Jay Footlik, former special assistant to President Clinton on Israeli-American affairs, and […]

Bar Belle: Nightmare on M Street

Where: Various locations around M Street in Northwest D.C. Getting in: carded twice Cover: $7 Food: sushi Dress: It’s Halloween so go figure Specials: $2.25 Bud and Bud lights at participating bars Belle Rating: 2.5 belles After a brief foray on the Web (it’s not just for porn, ya know), the Bar Belle is back, […]

GW turns on dorm air conditioning

Freshman Elizabeth Carlton said Wednesday that she was unable to sleep for the past few nights because the recent warm weather has made living conditions in Thurston Hall unbearable. “Last night I got so frustrated that I filled a towel with ice cubes and put it on my head,” Carlton said. But Carlton and other […]

Season rides on last game

Two vital wins last weekend put the GW men’s soccer team in position to qualify for the Atlantic 10 Tournament, but to gain one of the bracket’s six spots, the Colonials need to either tie or beat the undefeated Richmond Spiders on Saturday or get help from Rhode Island. Heading into the regular season finale, […]

Varsity Roundup

Rowing teams win Head of the Occoquan The GW crew teams ended their fall season on a high note last weekend at the Head of the Occoquan in Fairfax Station, Va., where both the men’s and women’s varsity rowing squads finished first. The Colonials won the Women’s Varsity Eight in a time of 16:23, while […]

Arabic language interest increases

GW will offer more Arabic language class sections and add at least one faculty member next fall in response to growing student interest and enrollment in the subject. Currently, more than 130 students are enrolled in Arabic classes, up 30 percent from two years ago. When GW first started offering Arabic classes in 1993, the […]