February 9, 2004

Volume 100, Issue 42

Stories from the February 9, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Gymnastics edges W&M

The GW gymnastics team edged out a narrow victory over the College of William and Mary Sunday evening, 194.100-193.150. William and Mary sophomore Brittany Gibbs turned in the best individual performance of the night, placing first on the vault, uneven bars and balance beam and breaking two school records in the process. But the Colonials […]

Steak adds power punch to the plate

Sam & Harry’s 1200 19th St. N.W. (between M and N streets) (202) 296-4333 www.SamandHarrys.com Steak is what D.C. is all about. It shows your killer instinct and political prowess in a cage of hungry party animals. It is the dinner of choice for Washington power brokers. Political players (and those in training) go to […]

Changing direction

Sitting at the end of the GW women’s basketball bench is Eran Horodniceanu, his short, skinny frame in a sharp, business-like suit. Horodniceanu follows the action in front of him and occasionally looks down through his glasses to record any analysis or observations with a pen. Truthfully, Horodniceanu looks more like an accountant than the […]

Joens Squashes Spiders in win

The GW women’s basketball team defeated Richmond 69-48 Sunday in a game in which senior Ugo Oha blocked the 326th shot of her career to tie the Colonials’ all-time record. A crowd of 657 at the Robins Center in Richmond, Va., watched GW earn its eighth straight victory by 13 points or more. Despite their […]

Column: Paramount need for audit

In the upcoming campus elections, students will be asked to vote on a referendum to increase the student fee from $1 per credit hour to $2 per credit hour, up to 15 credit hours per semester. As a member of the Senate Finance Committee, I’ve been intimately involved in discussions concerning the finances of the […]