October 18, 2004

Volume 101, Issue 21

Stories from the October 18, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Nation in brief

Drinking deaths plague colleges nationwide (U-WIRE) BOULDER, Colo. – The 2004-05 school year for college students may turn out to be unprecedented, but not in a way anyone would ever hope for. Since the first weekend in September, at least six students across the nation have drunk themselves to death, just three less than the […]

University introduces new study-away program

A handful of students from across the country will come to GW next semester to study through the University’s new study-away program, GW Spring Term. The program, created earlier this year, invites undergraduate juniors at regionally accredited universities to spend their spring semester in Washington. Students will be able to study in one of three […]

Indecent Exposure at GW

Ilana Goren was not surprised when, while walking down K Street on a recent evening, she came across a young man holding his penis with his right hand and waving congenially with his left. “I said hello and just walked on by,” the senior said. At the time, Goren said she did not see a […]

Column: The mourning after: Surviving a lame shag

In every romantic relationship there are always the expectations of firsts. The first kiss, the first hand held in public and, of course, the first time you have sex. Within these expectations you develop scenarios about how these instances will play out. Will he kiss me first? Will she make the first move? And so […]

Coggins’ looks to expand to other DC-area locations

In a market saturated with upscale sandwich shops such as Au Bon Pain, Cosi and Potbelly, Coggins’ Sandwich Manufactory is planning to expand from its first location in Ivory Tower. Ron Boatright, manager of Coggins’, said the restaurant has already secured a location in the Fair Oaks Mall in Fairfax, Va. The lease, which has […]

When music meant tunes, not lawsuits

Basking in the soft glow of their home computer screens, young adults throughout the nation heralded the birth of the technological age by saluting the headphone-toting Napster cat and rushing their music savings to the bank. Beginning in 1999, the allure of innovative music downloading services quickly spread throughout the United States, allowing many to […]

Lawten powers GW on senior day at MVC

The GW women’s soccer team shut out its opponent in the last home game of the season Sunday at the Mount Vernon Athletic Complex. The Colonials beat St. Bonaventure 2-0 Sunday after tying Duquesne 1-1 Friday. In front of over 100 fans on senior day, GW’s three seniors (Kelly Lawten, Lindsay Bruno and Tara Quinn) […]

The Pita Pit petitions to stay open later

The Pita Pit owners are pushing to keep their venue open until 4 a.m. as University officials evaluate student support for the Ivory Tower sandwich shop. More than 500 students have signed a petition to keep The Pita Pit open two hours later than its current closing hour, 2 a.m. The Pita Pit owner Daniel […]

Soccer team ends long slide

The GW men’s soccer team ended its 10-game winless streak with a 3-1 victory over St. Bonaventure Sunday. The win came after a 3-1 loss to Duquesne on the road Friday. Sunday, the Colonials (2-8-3, 1-3-2 Atlantic 10) were finally able to cure their offensive woes. They got ahead early and never looked back, as […]

CLLC director pushes for all-arts Mitchell

With about 150 of Mitchell Hall’s 300 residents participating in arts Living and Learning Communities, leaders of the dormitory are pushing to transform and promote it as an entirely arts-oriented space. Ryan Ketac, Mitchell’s Community Living and Learning Center director, is in charge of an arts program that encompasses six separate LLCs ranging in concentration […]