February 17, 2004

Volume 100, Issue 44

Stories from the February 17, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet.

DTD leaders to face charges

ormer members of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity can remain in their house until the end of the semester, Interfraternity Council leaders said. Delta Tau Delta’s national organization revoked the chapter’s charter last week after allegations of hazing. The chapter can no longer operate under the name Delta Tau Delta, and the University will not […]

Point. Click. Relationship.

College is supposed to be one of the most social times in a person’s life. A GW undergrad is surrounded by more than 9,000 peers and has access to hundreds of student organizations that bring together people with almost any conceivable common interest. But sometimes that’s not enough, and for a growing number of college […]

Campus Calendar

Tuesday D.C. Networking Night 7:30 to 9 p.m. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom RSVP to netnite@gwu.edu Speaker: Jorge Bustios, coordinator of Hermanos y Hermanas Mayores, or the Big Brothers Big Sisters Latino Branch noon to 1 p.m. Marvin Center room 403 Sponsored by the Spanish Club Wednesday Student Association Candidates Forum 7:30 to 10 p.m. Marvin […]

GW In Brief

School of Business and Public Management changes name The School of Business and Public Management recently announced that it shortened its name to the School of Business, following a year-long self review of the school. Faculty members who conducted the review created a strategic plan for the school for the next five years. Many recommended […]

Late three keeps streak alive

Just when it seemed the Colonials were too dominant to be exciting, having won each of their previous eight games by at least 12 points, they produced one of the most memorable finishes in Smith Center history Friday, beating Xavier with an improbable last-second three-pointer from 25 feet away. That win, coupled with a more […]

Mensah-Bonsu rises above the rest

Sophomore Pops Mensah-Bonsu had a hard time deciding which one of his many dunks this season was his favorite. After a moment of deliberation, he raised his eyebrows and said the most memorable slam definitely came in the GW men’s basketball team’s win over Rhode Island Feb. 7. The two-handed reverse alley-oop landed him a […]

College online meeting sites

Friendster.com What is it? – A six degrees of separation-style network of friends of friends, and it can be addictive. Who uses it? – People who want to network through their own friends to find peers, usually for friendship or business. Why is it cool? – You can build a nearly endless ring of online […]

Varsity Roundup

Men’s tennis wins two in a row The GW men’s tennis team won matches over Rhode Island and Boston College this weekend, improving to 5-4 on the season. The Colonials won a tight 4-3 match over the Eagles and handily beat the Rams 7-0. Juniors Matt Treadgold and Jake Jopling both went undefeated on the […]

La Madeleine is purely provencal American

La Madeleine 3000 M St. N.W. (202) 337-6975 www.La Madeleine.com If you are planning to study abroad in France, this is not the place to start. La Madeleine is a French bakery, but only in the American sense. This is Americanized French food, and who doesn’t like a little taste of Uncle Sam? After entering […]

Editorial: Lighten up on Greeks

Greek-letter life is becoming increasingly stagnant on campus. Whereas only four years ago G Street – referred to as the unofficial “Greek Row” – was a hotbed of Greek-letter activity, most of these once-popular houses are now closed. The houses have been effectively replaced by the newly established University-owned Townhouse Row on 23rd Street. These […]