April 15, 2004

Volume 100, Issue 60

Stories from the April 15, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Golf takes fourth at invite

The GW men’s golf team placed fourth in the 13-team field at the Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational Monday. Originally scheduled as a 36-hole event, the invitational was shortened to 18 holes due to heavy rains. The University of Maryland won the invitational with a team total of 295, 10 shots ahead of second-place United States […]

Who’s good and who’s evil?

Dolph Lundgren has an IQ of 160. He was an Olympic athlete, speaks five languages and has a master’s degree in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. And yet he gave it all up. Why, you ask? Most likely because he had the chance to play one of the coolest comic book heroes […]

Crime log

Disorderly Conduct 4/9 – Public Space 12:01 a.m. – case closed Five students were arguing with a cab driver on the 2100 block of F Street. Two of the students complained that they did not want to pay the fare, and fled the scene. The other three students were left to pay the fee. Referred […]

Column: Computer virus attack

My E-mail account: “Re: Your Document.” Me: “Ooh, mail. Cool. I wonder what it is. Maybe it’s that Nobel Peace Prize I ordered.” (click) Re: Your Document: “Your computer has detected a virus.” A virus? Me? But I was always so careful. Sure, I was connected to the network, and I shared my music with […]

Past the Post

Before, the only excuse for not attending at least one gallery exhibition in the District must be credited to laziness. Up until this point, what was keeping some at bay was the distance of a mere half dozen blocks between campus and museums. Now, to the benefit of everyone, the Arts Club of Washington has […]

Kerry proposes free tuition

In an effort to galvanize young voters, presumed Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry is pushing a plan that would give free rides to public university students who perform two years of community service. To promote his plan, Sen. Kerry (D-Mass.) embarked on a series of campus visits, which began Monday with a visit to the […]

SA notes

Ethics package fails in Senate A package including legislation calling for an end to secret ballot voting and imposing term limits on senators failed in the Student Association Senate Tuesday. Sen. Asher Corson (U-CCAS), who submitted the pieces, said he expects Sen. Ben Traverse (U-CCAS) to resubmit the legislation next year. “The ethics package failed […]

In stores: CD Reviews

Artist: DJ Danger Mouse Album: The Grey Album Genre: Hip-Hop Label: None Perhaps the best-known unreleased album of all time, The Grey Album takes the vocals from Jay-Z’s Black Album and puts them over the backing tracks from the Beatles’ White Album. After EMI Records announced Feb. 10 that it would take legal action against […]

Students face registration woes

University officials said they expect a smooth registration process as students continue to choose fall classes this week after a worm limited registration times Friday and Monday. Though some students are complaining about a lack of notice and failure to obtain classes because of the Internet worm, administrators said they feel the process was fair. […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday Prelaw Society Banquet Guest speakers include David Falk, Michael Jordan’s former sports agent $7 members, $10 non-members 6:30 to 11 p.m. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom “The Crucible,” a play by Arthur Miller Tickets $5 Thursday – 7 p.m., Friday – 8 p.m., Saturday – 6:30 p.m., Sunday – 2 p.m. Lisner Downstage Sponsored by […]