September 9, 2004

Volume 101, Issue 10

Stories from the September 9, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Crime Log

Drug Law Violation 9/2 – Thurston Hall – case closed University Police officers responded to Thurston after Community Living and Learning Center staff requested a room search. UPD discovered five grams of marijuana and a bong. Referred to Student Judicial Services Liquor Law Violation 9/6 – Guthridge Hall – case closed UPD officers observed a […]

Bus crashes into ledge

A shuttle bus inexplicably rolled down a hill and overran a ledge near the Acheson Science Building at the Mount Vernon Campus Tuesday night. No injuries were reported from the accident, which was the second involving an MVC shuttle bus in the last week. The bus, which contained four students and a driver, crashed through […]

SJT limits Votes funds

University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg will not disburse more money to a student voting initiative that has already received $5,000 from his office. Trachtenberg said GW Votes, a Student Association-sponsored program that aims to register students to vote in the November election, should now be funded solely from the student organization budget. GW Votes organizers, […]

The Bar Belle: Rhino Bar and Pumphouse

3295 M St. N.W. For the first Thursday night of fall semester, I had plans to go out big and head to one of the promo events in true Bar Belle style. However, my plan hit a road block when I became quite inebriated at the wee hour of four in the afternoon. I awoke […]

On the road again

Singer/songwriter Pat McGee came down with a bit of a cold after his Fall Fest performance last Saturday. “It’s been a long week of really early morning flights, traveling and just sort of running myself down,” he said. For the past five years, he and his band have taken few breaks from the road, averaging […]

Kennedy Center Freebies!

This weekend you can switch up your normal routine by attending Washington D.C.’s premier performing arts venue at the best possible price: free. All it takes is a love for something different and the motivation to march down to The Kennedy Center for an afternoon. In honor of its 33rd year as the nation’s most […]

Fall flat 2004

If attendance, rather than intensity, is the measure of a great concert, then Fall Fest 2004 was an unqualified success. Despite being held two weeks earlier in the semester than in the past, this year’s Fall Fest broke the event’s attendance record with nearly 4,500 people on hand. Unfortunately, the music, which was meant to […]

Dancing in the Moonlight

It’s sad but true – some people are simply not blessed with the ability to dance well. Like Elaine from “Seinfeld,” they struggle to master even the simplest of moves, drifting awkwardly to the beat and causing others to look on with amusement or shock. But the rhythmically challenged should not give up hope just […]

Mo Money, Mo Rocca

On stage and hopping around on one foot, Mo Rocca mulls an audience question with increasing anxiety. An audience member has asked him to make up a funny bogus life story on the spot. “I feel the need to satisfy you,” he said. “And yet I find your request very strange.” It wasn’t the first […]

Tempting fate with Macbeth

“Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more.” -Macbeth The Shakespeare Theatre’s season opener is a dark, ominous and potentially unlucky play. Referred to as “The Scottish Play” by those in the ever-superstitious theatre industry, Macbeth is known to bring […]