November 13, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 28

Stories from the November 13, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Coaches laud expansion

There is little doubt that Atlantic 10 basketball will improve when St. Louis University and the University of North Carolina-Charlotte join the league for the 2005-06 season. But the move affects more than just basketball. The two schools officially accepted the A-10’s invitation to join the league earlier this week and should make their presence […]

Cinema Sinner: Opera

To enjoy this film with your date: Clothes: Black tux and formal wear with blood stains Food: Italian Music: The Three Tenors vs. Iron Maiden Some people feel superior when shoving “class” and “culture” down everyone else’s throats. They will turn off an amazing Ultimate Fighting match that their friend is watching, and flip on […]

Volleyball tunes up for weekend

The GW volleyball team did not play its best volleyball of the season Tuesday night but still easily defeated Maryland-Eastern Shore at the Smith Center, 3-0. More important news came from Ohio, where Xavier (12-4, 6-6 A-10) upset Dayton (21-9, 10-2 A-10), 3-2, to pull to within one game of GW and Rhode Island (12-16, […]

Thar she blows…no really

Like a frigate adrift in the doldrums, “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” floats aimlessly, its narrative mainmast shattered by the long guns of an indulgent screenplay. If any of the words in the previous sentence confused you, steer clear of this latest Russell Crowe film, because in order to enjoy this […]

Bar Belle: Chadwick’s

Where: 3205 K St. N.W. Carded: At the door Cover: Nope Dress: Casual Specials: $2.50 Amstel Lights and Heinekens I had heard a lot about Chadwick’s. I knew it is close to Loew’s Cinema Georgetown by Washington Harbour and that it is popular with Georgetown University students. Since I was coming from the movies with […]

Varsity Roundup

Forchion will play Saturday Junior Tamal Forchion said he expects to play in the GW men’s basketball team’s second exhibition game against the E.A. Sports All Stars on Saturday. The forward missed the team’s first exhibition after straining his left groin but has had a good week of practices, head coach Karl Hobbs said. Saturday’s […]

SA Notes

SA looks to raise fees The Student Association Rules Committee unanimously voted Tuesday to raise the SA fee to $2 per credit hour. Students currently pay $1 per credit hour up to 15 credits. The bill also allows the fee to rise annually in proportion to tuition increases. If the Senate passes the bill this […]

Woodward headlines Kalb report Monday

Posted 9:30pm November 13 by Jane Black U-WIRE Washington Bureau Reporter Bob Woodward says he was always prepared to sit outside the “big shot’s” office as long as it took for him to get his answers. He remembers long before the Internet and the 24-hour news cycle, when a notepad was a reporter’s Bible and […]

Unranked women set for exhibition

The GW women’s basketball team opens its season Thursday night at the Smith Center in an exhibition game against a traveling team made up of National Women’s Basketball League players, including two former Colonials. The NWBL team will play wearing jerseys from the Tennessee Fury, one of the league’s regular teams. The past two seasons, […]