January 29, 2004

Volume 100, Issue 39

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

Column:Super Bowl is CI all over again

If you don’t gamble and you’re not from New England or the Carolinas, then Super Bowl weekend might be tough to stomach. I’m looking forward to Sunday as a Patriots fan, but for non-New Englanders, it might feel like the second-coming of Colonial Inauguration. Instead of being “super,” the upcoming weekend has turned into a […]

Column: GW’s part in the dream

Reflecting on last Monday, the day that has been nationally set aside as a dedication to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his dream, evoked mixed feelings. On one hand, it was a beautiful sight to see hundreds of students come together and go into the community to make a positive change. These students were […]

Column: Israel worth the trip

“Are you crazy?” That was just one of the many responses I heard from my friends and family when I told them I would be traveling to Israel during winter break. The other question I was asked a number of times was “Are you sure you want to go to Israel?” Yes, I was sure. […]

Crime Log

Simple Assault 1/25 – 3:03 a.m. – Kogan Plaza open case A female student reported that two males approached her, and one came up from behind and dropped a condom down the front of her shirt, asking, “What are you doing tonight?” Robbery/Purse Snatch 1/22 – 12:55 p.m. Schenley Hall – open case A female […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday Colonials tailgate party Cheer on the women’s basketball team before it plays Duquesne at 7:30 p.m. 5:30 to11:30 p.m. University Club, 1918 F St. N.W. Winter Cotillion Tickets $15, available at Ticketmaster 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom Sponsored by Asian cultural organizations Friday Community service organization fair Noon to 2 […]

SEAS opens security lab

GW students will study computer and Internet security starting in about a week when the University opens a new lab in Phillips Hall. The lab will feature a “completely confined” network for security testing, meaning outside sources cannot access it. Students will hack into or infect the computers and then figure out how to patch […]

SA Notes

The Student Association Senate canceled its Tuesday meeting because of inclement weather. The Senate planned to vote on the Finance Committee’s mid-year review of student group funding, but will now vote on it Feb. 3. “Students are going to have to wait another week for the Senate’s decision on their appeals,” SA President Kris Hart […]

GW student runs for Texas House seat

While some GW students will spend this summer interning for a politician, sophomore James Scott Gilbreath will be campaigning to become one. Gilbreath, a Democrat, is running for a seat in the Texas House of Representatives. He believes that Republican partisanship in Texas has grown out of control, leading many politicians to abandon their constituents. […]

Former CIA Director speaks on terror

Former CIA Director James Woolsey and GW professor Leon Fuerth kicked off a series of town hall meetings about the war on terror at the Elliott School of International Affairs building Tuesday. The event, “The War on Terrorism and the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of the World,” was the first of a series […]