September 20, 2004

Stories from the September 20, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet.

University names new trustees

Five new GW Board of Trustees members, who were appointed by the group in June, will begin their positions under the leadership of re-elected chairman Charles Manatt. Manatt, a former U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic and chairman of the Democratic National Committee, was chosen for a three-year term during the board’s election this summer. […]

Colleges offer unique courses

(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – Many universities around the country offer students special courses each semester that provide unique and unforgettable experiences. The George Washington University, American University and Howard University join forces each spring to provide students with the Washington Post Semester seminar. Athelia Knight, director of The Post’s Young Journalists Development Project is the coordinator […]


Monday Effective Interviewing Workshop 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Marvin Center 302 Sponsored by the Career Center Multicultural Greek Council Block Show Includes a step-dance show from multicultural Greek-letter groups 5 to 8 p.m. Kogan Plaza Sponsored by Multicultural Greek Council Tuesday The New Nuclear Danger Speaker Helen Caldicott, president of Nuclear Policy Research Institute 5:30 […]

Business in the front, party in the back

Most college students are wary of the line that separates work and play. However, some GW entrepreneurs traverse it purposefully, just like they bypass the Thursday night waiting line at Lulu’s. For these students, blasting hip-hop, mini-skirts and frozen margaritas are just another day at work. Senior Eric Lund and junior Sam Slater have been […]

Medical school introduces masters nursing degree

The GW Medical School began offering three programs for master’s in nursing this year to help remedy a nationwide shortage of nurses. “Nursing is not new to the University,” said Jean Johnson, senior associate dean for health sciences programs. “Offering the degree is new.” Leadership and management, clinical research administration and end-of-life care are the […]

Class takes to the trails

It’s a Friday morning – 75 degrees and sunny. It’s the kind of day any college student hates spending inside a lecture hall, half-listening to a lesson they’ll forget as soon as they walk outside the door to start their weekend. For the 20 students enrolled in Jeremiah Davis’s hiking class, spending days like this […]

Towson hands men’s soccer second straight defeat

The GW men’s soccer dropped its second straight game Sunday, a 3-1 defeat to Towson State University at the Towson Center Soccer Complex in Maryland. It was the second consecutive loss for the Colonials (1-3-1), who are winless in their last three games. The game was originally scheduled for Saturday but was postponed because of […]

Volleyball skid ends with tourney sweep

After losing its first seven games this season, the GW volleyball team needed a spark. Sophomore Kaimana Lee went as far as saying the Colonials were going to “annihilate” the next teams they played. The Colonials backed up Lee’s statement by beating Jacksonville 3-1 Friday night and defeating the University of Akron and the State […]

Book review: “The Love Wife”

In life, few stories are told the way they are in novels. There isn’t time while chatting over coffee to neatly lay out characters or slowly build up to a climax. Real life stories are fragmented. They are told between bites of a bagel and interrupted by cell phone rings. We go back and forth, […]