September 30, 2004

Volume 101, Issue 16

Stories from the September 30, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Black Eyed Peas to perform at Smith Center Nov. 14

Hip-hop act The Black Eyed Peas is scheduled to perform at the Smith Center Nov. 14, according to the publicity department at Interscope Records. The group returned to the U.S. in August 2004 to continue touring, fresh off the release of its multi-platinum second album, “Elephunk.” The album included such hit singles as the Sept. […]

Low turnout to mark IMF and World Bank protest

This weekend’s G-7, International Monetary Fund and World Bank protests will be sparsely attended and should pose minimal inconveniences to students, University officials said. “(The demonstrations) are expected to be minimal during the weekend,” said John Petrie, assistant vice president for public safety and emergency management. “They’re real and important to the people demonstrating, but […]

House passes gun bill

The House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday that would eliminate virtually all of the District’s gun restrictions. The bill, titled the D.C. Personal Protection Act, would repeal a ban on handguns and semiautomatic weapons put into place by the D.C. City Council in 1976. Passed by a 250-171 vote, the bill would also relax […]

Crime Log

Assault on Police 9/25 – Thurston Hall – case closed A UPD officer was bitten and another officer injured when they responded to two male injured students. One of the students, who was bleeding from the back of the head, told UPD he had been drinking and smoking marijuana. EMeRG. was unable to provide medical […]

Bar Belle: Lulu’s

Lulu’s Club Mardi Gras 1217 22nd St. Maybe it was the return of the warm weather, or perhaps more likely the three vodka tonics. But something put me in the mood to party Bourbon Street style. Since flying to New Orleans for the weekend was not feasible, I settled for Lulu’s. Oh, and did I […]

Thumbs Up Thumbs Down

Dining options in the Ivory TowerBetween Coggins’, Pita Pit, Gallery Caf? and the soon-to-be-opened Dunkin’ Donuts, students now have a diverse choice of eateries to counterbalance fast-food dominated J Street. &nbsp No final exam scheduleThus far the University has yet to release a final exam schedule. In so doing, it has inhibited students’ ability to […]

“Coexistence” on the Mall

“We live in terror because persuasion is no longer possible; because man has been wholly submerged in history; because he can no longer tap that part of his nature, because we live in a world of abstractions, of bureaus and machines, of absolute ideas and crude messianisim. We suffocate among people who think they are […]

Letters to the Editor

Bad experiences We started talking in my Youth and Delinquency class about the latest suicide, and no one in the class knew where the University Counseling Center was, or even what the phone number was. I got the idea to volunteer my time at the counseling center if I could, so I went online to […]

First round of presidential debates hits on Iraq War, safety abroad

(U-WIRE) WASHINGTON — Ending the war in Iraq and protecting American soil were at the forefront of the first presidential debate, held Thursday at the University of Miami. With a tone of conviction, President George W. Bush questioned Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John F. Kerry’s ability to lead America’s troops in Iraq. “What message is […]

The Printmakers Gallery: a Silent Journey

If you meander down Connecticut Avenue past the cultural restaurants and weekend open-air markets, you will encounter a small and remote art gallery that hosts an array of new and creative pieces of art from around the country. The Washington Printmakers Gallery, a sophisticatedly humble museum of sorts, has recently been graced by Christine Giammichele’s […]