Though vicariously, GW made the political talk show rounds Sunday when a mini-controversy surrounding CNN’s “Crossfire” – which broadcasts daily from the Jack Morton Auditorium in the Media and Public Affairs Building – began circulating. Republicans have raised concern that Paul Begala and James Carville, the liberal two of the program’s four hosts, are permitted […]
September 16, 2004
Volume 101, Issue 12
Stories from the September 16, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Vladimir Angelov, an adjunct professor in GW’s dance department, will be debuting his multimedia dance and film project “TransParent” at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage next week. Angelov, who has partnered with the local troupe CityDance, is the writer, director and choreographer of the work, which was chosen by the Kennedy Center’s Local Dance Commissioning […]
Switch on ESPN any Tuesday. Below the ticker showing the latest golf scores from Dubai is a clock counting down the seconds to the channel’s most anticipated weekly show. Unless you’ve been living in a cable television-proof cave, you know I’m talking about the World Series of Poker. My poker instincts tell me most of […]
Daniel Ellsberg, the man largely responsible for the release of the Pentagon Papers, spoke at the Watergate complex Monday to mark the fifth anniversary of the Watergate Living and Learning Community. Ellsberg, who spoke at the community’s first event five years ago, spoke about how his decision to release the Pentagon Papers and how it […]
EMeRG not to blame As a member of the Emergency Medical Response Group, but more importantly a student, I am deeply concerned about the level of research that went into Tim Kaldas’ column in the Sept. 13 edition entitled “Change the Policy (p. 4).” Mr. Kaldas made a blatantly false statement when he said that […]
Ah, the GW undergraduate. Such hope, such vigor, such passionate devotion to political change. “Bush sucks,” we cry, with all the intensity of a mewling child. I write this admittedly harsh critique of my peers not out of spite, but out of genuine distress for the state of political discourse at this University. Debate is […]
According to the owner of DC 9, the new U Street bar blending indie rock and good ‘ole fashioned tube lighting, the bar has been open for eight months. But I refuse to believe it. Everything about the bar seems to say that the corner of 9th and U streets has always been home to […]
Punk ain’t easy, and no one knows this better than Chicago-punk quartet The Methadones. After tasting success as a member of such a legendary punk bands as screeching Weasel and The Queers, frontman Dan Shafer (a.k.a. Dan Vapid) found himself laid-off and unemployed last year. Lucky for fans, he found a creative outlet for this […]
From its opening fanfare to its final shot, “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow” (Paramount Pictures) seems like a nonstop homage to films that helped define the genres of adventure, fantasy and sci-fi. “Star Wars,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “King Kong,” “Godzilla” and “The Wizard of Oz.” – you won’t be alone if […]
Men’s Water Polo Results from Sept. 15 Navy 13, GW 6 News and notes The GW men’s water polo team lost 13-6 to No. 12 (CWPA) Navy Wednesday night at the Smith Center. Freshman John Jennings scored two of the Colonials’ goals, and freshman goaltender Chris Whittam made 14 saves in the loss.