The article “ZBT looks to return to GW” (Sept. 7, page 1) misspelled the name of the APES liaison, junior Brian Koffler.
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.
University to commemorate 9/11 In commemoration of the third anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the Student Association is holding a candlelight vigil Saturday. The vigil will begin at 8 p.m. at the University Yard and will include speeches from University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg and SA President Omar Woodard.?The featured speaker will be Thomas […]
Alcohol-related hospitalizations at GW are slightly down from early fall last year, according to numbers released by the Center for Alcohol and other Drug Education. According to CADE, there have been six hospitalizations since the beginning of the semester, compared with seven over the same period last year. Meanwhile, the University Police Department reported 15 […]
With another hurricane approaching Florida after Charley and Frances plowed through the state over the last two weeks, many Floridian students are keeping a nervous eye on their homes. Hurricane Frances, which struck late Saturday night and continued to devastate Florida into Tuesday, has killed more than 14 people and has left more than six […]
Updated Thursday, Sept. 9, 3:14 p.m. Sophomore Susan Shin died Wednesday afternoon after jumping from the eighth floor of the Elise Apartments building. A computer science major, Shin, 19, of Ashland, Ohio, was an active member of the Engineers’ Council and the Association for Computer Machinery. Officials at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner […]
GW-TV is preparing to provide students with new programming this year, as it enters its first full school year of operation. The network, which is student-run and works in conjunction with the School of Media and Public Affairs, kicked off its first year on air Nov. 11, 2003 with “Queer Eye for the GW Guy.” […]
A new 24-hour 7-Eleven in the basement of Mitchell Hall may spell convenience for students with the midnight munchies, but it could also affect business for other after-hours food providers. As students, particularly the more than 1,000 freshmen living on the same block as the new convenience store, may be lured to the 7-Eleven, other […]