Well thank God, someone with what seems to be integrity will be taking over the helm at our dearly beloved Student Association next year. Yes, the students have spoken. Well, a few have, at least. Omar Woodard will be the next SA president. The outrageous reign of petty politics of the past few years over […]
March 8, 2004
Volume 100, Issue 50
Stories from the March 8, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The GW baseball team took two games from the University of Vermont in a Sunday doubleheader at Barcroft Park in Arlington, Va. Saturday’s scheduled game against Vermont was canceled because of rain. GW (5-7) got strong pitching performances, especially from junior Dan Sullivan, who pitched all seven innings of the 4-2 victory in game two. […]
Female students celebrated their most private parts this weekend in a local production of “The Vagina Monologues.” Women moaned and demonstrated what it feels like to get pleasure from their vaginas, and others told stories about rape and abuse. One monologue represented Jewish, WASP, black, white and college students with different orgasm sounds. “We were […]
Gymnasts take Capital Cup The GW gymnastics team won the Nation’s Capital Cup Saturday at the Smith Center with a score of 195.975. The score was the highest in three years for the team and the fourth meet in a row in which the Colonials recorded a final score in the 195s. Following GW at […]
A record number of returning students opted to live at the Mount Vernon Campus for next year, leading to a smaller number of students without housing than officials originally expected. More than 100 rising sophomores chose a Mount Vernon room in Sunday’s lottery, helping ease the need to accommodate a surplus of students seeking on-campus […]
PHILADELPHIA – After failing to win the Atlantic 10 Tournament and the automatic NCAA Tournament berth that comes with it, the GW women’s basketball team will have a week to wait and ponder its fate. Will the NCAA selection committee award the Colonials an at-large berth Sunday when the brackets are announced? Or will GW […]
Students boogied at GW’s third-annual Dance Marathon in the Marvin Center Saturday to raise money for the D.C. Children’s Medical Center. Organizers said they were pleased with the event despite drawing a smaller number of participants and raising less money than in past years. Participants raised about $7,000, dancing from 9 p.m. Friday to 9 […]
In the article “Dembling disputes charges,” The Hatchet cited Joint Elections Committee General Counsel Meggie Baker as saying former presidential candidate Lee Roupas did not receive campaign violations because many complaints brought against him were “hearsay.” Roupas received at least one violation.
The University has no immediate plans to stop using a food service provider in J Street once Aramark’s contract expires in June, officials said. Robert Chernak, senior vice president for Student and Academic Support Services, said GW offered Aramark a one-year renewal so “both parties can meet their objectives.” Doug Warner, an Aramark spokesman, said […]
Junior Brian Costa said he is hoping to improve The Hatchet’s credibility while ensuring that the newspaper remains fun when he takes over as the paper’s editor in chief in May. Costa ran unopposed for the newspaper’s top spot and was elected at an editorial staff meeting last week. Costa said he hopes to put […]