January 29, 2004

Volume 100, Issue 39

Stories from the January 29, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Bars, Beer & Babes: My Brother’s Place

Where: 237 2nd St. N.W. (one block west from Capitol Hill) Prices: $12 all you can drink (Saturday) Girls: Catholic and fresh Rating: 3 1/2 out of 5 On a Saturday night deep into winter, when you’ve visited all the local spots, listened to “Living On A Prayer” at Madhatter’s 15 too many times, done […]

WILD ART: Lounging Around

Sophomore Isaac Njako and junior Alex Green watched television in Kogan Plaza Wednesday. Members of the Theta Delta Chi fraternity braved the cold to raise money for cancer patients. The fraternity will sit in Kogan again Thursday. Redskins cheerleaders will join the men from noon to 2 p.m.

Remember the SATs?

If you’re reading this, then you may be a little too old for “The Perfect Score.” Well, that depends – do movies filled with stereotypes, awkward love scenes and impassioned speeches about “finding yourself” still do it for you? If you’re mentally stuck in high school, then “The Perfect Score” is a serviceable, if trite, […]

Tantric Talk

Undeterred by Sunday night’s snow, Tantric rolled into D.C. to open for the band 3 Doors Down on its winter tour, which consists of nine dates along the East Coast and in the South. The guys are promoting their new album As We Go which is scheduled to hit stores on Feb. 24. After their […]

Talk from the top

Last season, the San Francisco Ballet flocked to the Kennedy Center, leaving their indelible footprints on the opera house stage with a performance laden with uniform consistency. If SFB represents the best teamwork to be found on the dance scene, the American Ballet Theatre of New York is the varsity players of the form. What […]

Alec Baldwin on GW theater and the rigors of Hollywood

It’s a good thing for Alec Baldwin fans that the actor transferred from GW when he did. Otherwise, he may have been a wannabe politician surrounded by horrible actors. Baldwin, who attended GW in the late 1970s, majored in political science and even ran for Student Association president in 1979. He held a position on […]

Column: No ominous sign

Apparently GW Hatchet contributor Paul Kendrick missed his talking points from the Democratic National Committee, for he is one of the few remaining liberals who still has enough political nerve to take issue with the state of the American economy. Economic growth, soaring investor and consumer confidence and home ownership rates, and more than 500,000 […]

The Big Bounce, a big flop

One would hope that there was more to “The Big Bounce” (Warner Bros.) than its trailer let on, but that’s just not the case. All of the film’s laughs manage to fit in its 30-second trailer, and the story isn’t expanded much further than the premise provided by its previews. The film tells the story […]

Letters to the Editor

Pandering to students When The Hatchet routinely runs accounts of the serious consequences of excessive and often underage drinking in its Crime Log, it is ludicrous that the Hatchet editorial board irresponsibly declared underage drinking “a seemingly insignificant issue” (“Intriguing Lawsuit,” Jan. 22, p. 4). The countless tales of emergency room visits and criminal behavior […]

3 Doors Down rings in the rock

3 Doors Down blasted the doors off the DAR Constitution Hall Sunday night with a southern rock furor. Their vibrant performance with the more youthful bands Tantric and Shinedown made for an eclectic mix of alternative rock. The band began its set with an elaborate light show, but the crowd didn’t brighten up until two […]