Monday R.E.A.L. Conversations: Interracial Dating on Campus 7 to 9 p.m. Somers Hall, 1st Floor Lounge Sponsored by the Student Activities Center “Unprecendented: the 2000 Presidential Election” Documentary film about the 2000 presidential election; followed by discussion 7 to 9 p.m. Marvin Center Amphitheater Sponsored by the GW Chapter of the National Association for the […]
October 11, 2004
Volume 101, Issue 19
Stories from the October 11, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Georgia Brown’s 950 15th Street (202) 393-4499 Georgia Brown’s is traditional Southern food with a gourmet twist. The ambiance is warm and homey. During brunch hours, live jazz is performed. The menu is divided into “acts,” the pre-show boasts drinks like “low country” Bloody Marys, white chocolate and Georgia peach Martinis. Act one is the […]
The article “Fraternity rush numbers increase” (Oct. 7, p.3) incorrectly stated that Phi Sigma Kappa has seven pledges this year. Phi Sigma Kappa has 10 pledges, the same amount it had last year.
As you get older, you begin to acquire new tastes. Beer and red wine become savory when they used to taste sour. Politics becomes interesting when in the past it was a bore. And sexually you become more willing to orally communicate, both verbally and physically. In college, I thought oral sex was an urban […]
Former GW professor Miguel Angel Rodriguez resigned as Organization of American States secretary general Friday afternoon amid charges that he accepted bribes as president of Costa Rica. “I do not want to subject the organization to a cruel and protracted persecution of its secretary general, not only in the courts but also in the media. […]
The GW men’s basketball team has disciplined three players for their involvement in an Oct. 1 altercation at Lulu’s Mardi Gras. Metropolitan and University police are investigating the incident and could still charge the players with assault. GW Director of Athletics Jack Kvancz declined to say how the three players – junior Pops Mensah-Bonsu and […]
About 96 percent of students are registered to vote in the upcoming presidential election and 80 percent have applied for an absentee ballot, GW Votes organizers said last week. The organization calculated registration statistics from a series of straw polls of students and by talking to 1,500 students living in residence halls. GW Votes, the […]
Administrators are forming a task force to explore alternatives to using Social Security numbers as the University’s means of identifying students. The move comes on the heels of a Federal Trade Commission report naming D.C. the city with the greatest amount of consumer fraud and the 18-29 age group as the most at-risk demographic for […]
“When you lose your best friend, you don’t know what to do,” said senior Sherri Weinstein, recalling her feelings in October 2001, when her best friend Adrienne died from primary liver cancer. But after discovering that primary liver cancer, also known as Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), is one of the most overlooked and under-researched forms of […]
The Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution minor is the latest casualty of academic budget cuts that are reshaping the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences. Robert Churchill, a professor of philosophy and former chair of the program, said the elimination of the minor is due to a lack of money and the unwillingness of the […]