September 27, 2004

Volume 101, Issue 15

Stories from the September 27, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Man goes on trial for death of student

Edward Nelson, who is charged with killing GW graduate student Daniel Krug in May 2002, will begin his first-degree murder trial Monday at the D.C. Superior Court. Nelson is accused of entering Krug’s home at 2517 K St. and murdering him during the course of a robbery that was part of a planned string of […]

GW briefs

Aramark’s grand opening set for Sept. 30 After about a month’s delay in the completion of J Street, Aramark’s grand opening of the space is set to take place Sept. 30. During the event, which will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m., students will have the chance to win free meals and T-shirts. Aramark […]

Students tune in on debates, poised to reappear on political radar

(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – After months of political warfare conducted through books, movies, ads, attacks, and counterattacks, voters will finally be treated to live face-to-face debates between the vying candidates, and this time college students are paying attention. Republican President George W. Bush and Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry agreed to three 90-minute presidential debates. […]

Calendar

Monday Student Organization Registration Meeting Learn how to successfully register a group 7 to 9 p.m. Marvin Center Amphitheater R.E.A.L. Conversations 7 to 9 p.m. HOVA Capitol Room Sponsored by the Student Association Tuesday Kindergarten on Kogan Finger paint and make macaroni necklaces Noon to 3 p.m. Kogan Plaza Sponsored by Program Board Campout on […]

Capitol hill lends a helping hand

(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON – On Sunday afternoons, a D.C. school bus stops at the corner of D and E streets and is swamped by smiling children trying to get on. The sight is an unusual one anywhere, but especially in Washington D.C.’s Ward 8, the region of the nation’s capital where 47 percent of children grow […]

Bill would ease visa process

The U.S. Senate is considering legislation that could benefit GW’s international students by decreasing security restrictions on travel. The International Student and Scholar Access Act of 2004 would allow international students to obtain a visa for the duration of their study in the United States, instead of requiring them to renew their clearance annually. The […]

2004-2005 Women’s Basketball Schedule

2004-05 George Washington Women’s Basketball Schedule DATE OPPONENT TIME TV NOVEMBER 10 UMMC EKATERINBURG (EXHIB.) 6 p.m. 19 at Georgetown 7:30 p. 21 EAST CAROLINA 2 p.m. 23 at Tennessee 7 p.m. DECEMBER 1 VILLANOVA# 6 p.m. 4 at Oregon 4:30 p.m.</td 6 at Brigham Young 7:30 p.m. 12 at Virginia Commonwealth 2 p.m. 17 […]

Dean of freshmen hosts Wacky Wednesday at MVC

Freshmen flocked to the Mount Vernon Pub Wednesday night to eat free Chinese food and chat with Fred Siegel, the dean of freshmen. Siegel, who lives in the Mount Vernon area, was the focus of last week’s Wacky Wednesday, a series of events designed to bring GW students and organizations to Mount Vernon. “My hope […]

MPD may continue checkpoints through inauguration

Ninety days after Washington raised its terror alert level to high, Metropolitan Police officials still have no timeline for when vehicle checkpoints will be removed from campus. MPD officials remained tightlipped about their security protocol surrounding the World Bank and IMF earlier this month, calling the activity a “basic surveillance of the area.” In August, […]