November 24, 2003

Volume 100, Issue 31

Stories from the November 24, 2003 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Joens gets little help against GU

GW women’s basketball head coach Joe McKeown said there were two things the team focused on leading up to its regular season opener against Georgetown: keeping Hoyas senior Rebekkah Brunson off the offensive glass and stopping junior Mary Lisicky from making three-pointers. But when Friday’s game ended, Brunson had nine offensive rebounds and Lisicky had […]

Moss breaks own GW marks

GW sophomore swimmer Maggie Moss set two school records this past weekend at the George Mason Invitational, breaking her own marks in the 100-yard freestyle and the 200-yard backstroke. While final team results were not available late Sunday night, Moss said the women finished in fifth and the men finished in seventh place at the […]

Battle of the Sexes

Q:When my boyfriend is going down on me, it lasts for so long that I can’t really tell when I orgasm. How do I know? Every girl I know says she has at least three or four orgasms while getting head. How can I tell if this is happening to me? Chick: If you were […]

Championship up for grabs

Jeff Baum/ass. photo editor Students play for the intramural flag football championship at Mount Vernon on Sunday. Team champions included Shapiros (women’s), Muff Divers (men’s graduate), Heroes in a Half Shell (co-rec) and Blood (men’s undergraduate and overall).

GW in Brief

Students encourage diversity through food and art About 60 students gathered to promote diversity through the arts Saturday night in the Marvin Center. The BLAZEN student organization hosted the evening’s event, which featured performances and a dinner of eclectic cuisine. The two-hour event, which included song, dance and poetry, began with a dinner featuring American, […]

Between the Lines: A taste of what D.C. is missing

A season-opening loss to the Hoyas on GW’s home court, which will likely keep the women’s basketball team out of the Top 25 for some time, is like losing and then getting slapped in the face a few times. That much was evident in the exasperated look on coach Joe McKeown’s face Friday night. “Those […]

Community group files complaint over GW gates

The Foggy Bottom Association filed a complaint against GW with city officials Friday, claiming the University unlawfully built gates on the I Street pedestrian mall. The complaint, lodged with the D.C. Corporation Counsel, alleges that the erection of open iron gates on the mall’s east and west ends is illegal under an agreement the University […]

Rookies key comeback at Charlotte

The GW men’s basketball team suffered from a major lack of depth last season, often dropping close games due to late fatigue, but GW head coach Karl Hobbs has said a strong recruiting class will solve that problem. And if the Colonials’ season-opening 80-76 victory over the University of North Carolina-Charlotte Friday night is any […]

Students protest Aramark worker layoffs

“Aramark, rich and rude. We don’t like your attitude,” chanted about 35 demonstrators in front of the Marvin Center Friday afternoon. Holding colorful signs while circling in front of the building, students and area workers rallied in support of Aramark employees who recently lost their jobs at the University. Members of the Progressive Student Union […]

Georgia Brown’s

Georgia Brown’s 950 15th St. N.W. (between I and K streets) 393-4499 Are you staying in the District for Thanksgiving? Are images of turkey, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce dancing through your head? Is your only pilgrimage going to be to J Street, only to find everything appetizing closed? Well, stop your sulking, because […]