Galileo Galilei said simply that the Earth orbits the sun. As children of technology, it is very hard for us to comprehend where religion would fit into this discovery. In an age when important scientific discoveries are made almost daily, we are more capable of casting aside today what was truth yesterday. “The Life of […]
November 20, 2003
Volume 100, Issue 30
Stories from the November 20, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet.
I am writing this in response to an editorial written by Sue Schlobin, an alumna of GW. I apologize for being disrespectful, but I have never read anything more pretentious, condescending, and intolerant. In her piece, she basically wrote an attack directed at a student, Doug, who held a sign that read “Go Home You […]
On an unseasonably warm November afternoon, the members of Exit Clov gather in a basement apartment, picking at gourmet bagels in flavors such as French toast, mocha and pumpkin. The night before, the band played a successful Halloween party. While the rest of the neighborhood is either hung over or asleep, the musicians are surprisingly […]
A profound sense of hope gives way to frightening despair when I think about the golden opportunity the Democratic party is about to pass by. It seemed too perfect for Democrats. The economy was sputtering out of control and the situations in Afghanistan and Iraq were degenerating into anarchy. President George W. Bush looked vulnerable […]
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing the Barenaked Ladies perform, you know that in addition to being one of the country’s most successful rock bands, they’re also just a bunch of comedians. Last Monday’s performance was a perfect example of this. At 8 p.m. sharp Steven Page, Jim Creeggan, Ed Peterson, Kevin Hearn […]
While Aramark, GW’s dining services provider, began the year optimistic about business at GW despite the creation of Colonial Cash to replace meal points, it is now apparent that all is not well. The company’s revenue is down at least 30 percent. The inevitable fallout of Colonial Cash has begun. Colonial Cash has put Aramark […]
Where: 1100 New York Ave. N.W. Carded: Not this time, but it should be expected Cover: Check made out to “Dean for America,” but not usually Dress: Varies from “after work” to “before the big game” Specials: $2.50 pints from 3 to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. to closing, seven days a week I love […]
Cog in the wheel Jake Glickfield, a GW sophomore (and future cog in the machine) seems to miss the point of protests (“Commies in D.C.?” Nov. 17, p. 4). Let’s lay down some ground rules to start: First, everyone has a right to express an opinion. Second, an opinion is not invalid simply because it […]
Thursday Poetry Slam to raise money for children affected by or living with HIV/AIDS 9 to 11 p.m. Hippodrome Sponsored by Global AIDS Campaign, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Yoga Club and Wooden Teeth Class Council Senior Night 9 to 11:30 p.m. Third Edition, 1218 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Friday Sen. Tom Daschle (D-S.D.), Senate minority […]
The article “Qualified Free Speech” (Nov. 17, p. 5) was mistakenly attributed to Alexandra Valenti. The article was written by Andrzej Moczydlowski. The Hatchet deeply regrets this mistake.